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16 June 2021
10:44 hour

can someone explain what's happening with this stock?

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10/06/2021 - 19:46

ORPH so far it's (+600%) there's no news about this stock, no one is talking about it, what makes a stock go up like that? it opened at 5$ now it's 40$. is it being manipulated by big institutions? most importantly, how one can spot stocks like that early? thank you   submitted by   /u/WifeStealer99 [link]   [comments]


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    If the price of a stock goes up when people are buying and goes down when people are selling, couldnt someone with a lot of money just buy millions of dollars worth of a penny stock, which in turn would boost its price and guarantee that person profit if they sold soon after? I understand how this would not work with a larger stock beacuse those millon dollars worth of shares would just be dilluted with the rest? But with a small stock surely millions of dollars worth is a large percentage of the shares available? Demand increase while supply stays the same= Increase in value? What am i missing?   submitted by   /u/pav313 [link]   [comments]
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  45. I recieved an offer to purchase. what do I do? (01/04/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Hi Everone, New to the stock market, and only have a few hundred invested. one stock I own is at ~7 per share, but I just recieved an offer to purchase for almost quadruple that. This is part of a merger agreement for the company I am investing in to become a subsidary. Explain this to me as if I have no knowledge of the stock market and I have no idea what I am doing. I think i was just in the right place at the right time, as I'm just poking around on Robinhood making a couple bucks at a time. Why wouldn't I take this offer? It seems too good to be true, or am I missing something. Also, what is going to happen to my shares if I decline?   submitted by   /u/Mouse1515 [link]   [comments]
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  46. Invest in silver!! (08/04/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    If you’re questioning my credibility, all I can tell you is I know people.... You’d need a big explanation to do make this decision but I’m just going to summarize this quickly... Silver is undervalued x100 Why? Huge global bank Ponzi scheme If you remember the 2008 housing incident with the banks it’s very similar to that. The Ponzi scheme is reaching the end of its cycle probably within the next 10 months meaning silver will absolutely explode. (And gold) The banks are trading tons of silver they don’t have with just paper receipts... so if you invest don’t buy the stock because the stock represents tangible silver. But the tangible silver doesn’t actually exist, meaning the stock won’t redeem itself. You need physical silver. Just look at J.P. Morgan. They are hoarding all the silver right now because they are aware of what’s going to come. Netherlands already started paying off people with cash because they can’t give them back their silver an entire year ago. Research bank holiday.... the banks are going to try to cover up what’s happening behind the scenes. If too many people demand they’re silver from the banks at once, the banks will be completely exposed. And if they’re never caught for their Ponzi scheme, at least you prepared for it in case it happened. Think of it as money insurance. We know it’s there so bet on it happening because it will pay off immensely. I recommend getting Canadian maple leaf silver coins because they don’t have the terrible American certification. Be wise with this information. Q   submitted by   /u/griffinhay24 [link]   [comments]
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  47. Shares owned by Institutions (21/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Can someone explain to me how a stock can be 104% of shares held by institutions? I own a stock and my brokerage app said 101% of shares held by institutions last week- today it now says 104% I tried researching how that could be but Im still not understanding- what i got out of it is that it’s either shorted or the data isn’t current? I don’t get how the percentage would go up if the data wasn’t current. If it is a heavily shorted stock can someone give me some insight on what the potential outcome of that high of institutional ownership would be? Just curious about what might happen in a situation like that. Thank you!   submitted by   /u/freethrowbiscuit [link]   [comments]
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  48. Is the dip over (19/03/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    So I heard that today is the quadruple witching day whatever you want to call it and it’s 1 out of the 4 most volatile day of the year (correct me if I’m wrong) The market been dipping since the day after Jerome Powell spoken, but I don’t know if there’s even a correlation between that. If anyone knows anything about the stock market please explain why it is dropping so damn much, I just got into stock market 3 months ago and it been down down down from all the tech sell off. Is it over, if not how much more of losing before we see a green market all over again? During this time should we average down the share or just wait patiently until the market recover then buy more?   submitted by   /u/Ovisa [link]   [comments]
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  49. Can someone give me a breakdown of call and put on Robinhood (15/04/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    So basically I just got interested in stock options but am so confused where to start. I use Robinhood and basically I bought $18 worth of a stock. Call me stupid or whatever I really dgaf, but. Anyway could someone explain to me what happens now: I bought 1 contract of NFLX $700 Call 5/15 buy (or it says it’s pending as of now). So does this mean if the stock price is over $700 on May 15th (which is obviously highly unlikely: NFLX is $412 rn) that I would make a bunch of money? I realize that this was stupid to do but I am trying to learn. Can anyone just give me the run down   submitted by   /u/VickyRoBy [link]   [comments]
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