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    To elaborate on the title, is anyone else tired of the excessive and mostly illogical comments flying around Reddit and other forums discussing stocks blaming every drop in price on hedge funds and every increase in price as a short squeeze? Hedge funds aren't singling out every penny stock and are not behind any price drop which occurs. They make most of their money on stocks above a certain market cap. I often see people randomly accusing companies like Citadel of shorting a stock when they're not even involve. And on the flip side of that, every increase in price isn't because there's a short squeeze occurring, and it's madness to believe what happened with GME is going to happen with every stock. Sometimes people randomly assign a stock as squeezing when there's relatively low short volume on it. I feel like all of this magical thinking about stocks is causing unwanted pump attention to relatively solid picks and overall dragging low cap stocks down more than any institutional investors could.   submitted by   /u/WilliamSaintAndre [link]   [comments]
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  45. Explainer: What's happening with Tesla's $7 billion German 'gigafactory'? (22/06/2021 - Investing.com)

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  46. There could be a feedback loop between crypto market and the stock market (23/02/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    I think we all agreed about the moving of the us stock market has great impact on the crypto market, but how about the opposite? Before people don’t think crypto market can influence the stock a lot, but now things are changing. If we look back to what happening in the last few weeks or months, we can clearly see the connection between stock market and the crypto market are fundamentally changed, because those crypto companies like $riot are actually in the stock market now, not only a concept sort thing. And also companies like $tsla are publicly admitted they invested in the crypto. So the moving of the crypto market will directly influenced the price of those companies and the influence the whole stock market. This totally changed the big picture. We can imagine, since the us stock market only opens in the the certain time, but the crypto markets is 24/7, and also the other big players Chinese and Europeans are totally in different time zone, the impact between those traders are delayed, so it’s possible making a feedback loop. Think about if a investment institution invested in $BTC a few days ago. Then the stock market start moving down. Then they have to dump some $BTC to make up the loss, then drive the crypto market down, then at night the European Chinese might consider dumping a bit to avoid the risk as the market going down. The. The next morning the institution sees the BTC going down, he might need to dump some stocks to make up the loss of the $BTC. So the trend might be enhanced by this loop, up or down, either way could be. And that might explain the moving of the market in the last few days and foreshadowing the future. This is not a investment advice, only my personal thoughts.   submitted by   /u/MoeNancy [link]   [comments]
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  47. There could be a feedback loop between crypto market and the stock market (23/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I think we all agreed about the moving of the us stock market has great impact on the crypto market, but how about the opposite? Before people don’t think crypto market can influence the stock a lot, but now things are changing. If we look back to what happening in the last few weeks or months, we can clearly see the connection between stock market and the crypto market are fundamentally changed, because those crypto companies like $riot are actually in the stock market now, not only a concept sort thing. And also companies like $tsla are publicly admitted they invested in the crypto. So the moving of the crypto market will directly influenced the price of those companies and the influence the whole stock market. This totally changed the big picture. We can imagine, since the us stock market only opens in the the certain time, but the crypto markets is 24/7, and also the other big players Chinese and Europeans are totally in different time zone, the impact between those traders are delayed, so it’s possible making a feedback loop. Think about if a investment institution invested in $BTC a few days ago. Then the stock market start moving down. Then they have to dump some $BTC to make up the loss, then drive the crypto market down, then at night the European Chinese might consider dumping a bit to avoid the risk as the market going down. The. The next morning the institution sees the BTC going down, he might need to dump some stocks to make up the loss of the $BTC. So the trend might be enhanced by this loop, up or down, either way could be. And that might explain the moving of the market in the last few days and foreshadowing the future. This is not a investment advice, only my personal thoughts.   submitted by   /u/MoeNancy [link]   [comments]
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  48. Doge to the dollar (06/05/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Okay for transparency I'm going to say I've never bought crypto, thought we had seen the last back in 2014-2015 and still about a year of trading under my belt. That being said the way I've seen crypto work, gets based on hype, media, and personal value from the main retail traders. It's been going up and I feel that it's not going to stop. There is a small cool down happening right now towards the anticipation of the SNL skit happening this Friday. There have been 5 moments where doge had sores each of these times. The people who have or want in are sceptical and rightfully should be. However if these events are to be trusted, i actually have a strong belief that doge is going to skyrocket on Saturday night if Elon actually does make another passing. Worst case is people will still be buying doge regardless of Elon mentioning doge or not and that smaller gains will be made instead. We will know more Friday so keep your eyes open folks.   submitted by   /u/dyingjedi21 [link]   [comments]
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  49. Who's jazzed on $JAZZ and $GWPH? (21/02/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    I owned GW Pharma for almost 2 years because a) their pot derived meds help people with Epilepsy in a big way and b) I thought the day might come that someone would acquire GWPH and that's now happening with JAZZ. Because Jazz is paying $ and stock for GWPH, I'll now own Jazz per this M+A. When Jazz stock dropped on the GWPH announcement, figured I may as well buy the dip as I'll own some JAZZ anyway. It's recovered pretty well since the dip. Jazz is a $9B profitable company with a few meds already on the market. My opinion is they'll grow revenues and profits significantly with GWPH products becoming a part of Jazz. GWPH was limited by their Sales model, regions they sell into, etc. Jazz reports earnings this Tues. So, here are my questions and opinion: who else is into JAZZ or GWPH? are you just cashing out or going to now ride Jazz as I am? if JAZZ drops on Tues earnings do you buy more? I'm thinking yes.   submitted by   /u/ccstocks [link]   [comments]
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