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16 June 2021
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After market Poppers 6/10/21 . This may get interesting could be next $MDLY

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    I'm just wondering what caused it to skyrocket during the after hour and premarket today? I just couldn't find anything on it. The last thing I found about it was over a week ago. So, I was just wondering what could have caused the MDLY to go up so high today.   submitted by   /u/yoohoooos [link]   [comments]
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  7. Today's interesting Pre-market. (11/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Today's premarket was definitely... interesting to say the least. I opened up my Yahoo finance app and saw literally all of the holdings in my speculative portfolio down anywhere from 4-12 percent. Specifically both $OPEN and $PLTR were down more than 10 percent (PLTR down that much initially after the earnings report). Lo and behold, the market opens and everything immediately is up way higher than in pre-market. Now obviously futures are only indicative to some extent and don't actually reflect at which price-point stocks will open but it still leaves you wondering how PLTR can drop more than 10 percent in pre-market off the earningsreport and currently later in the day is trading up more than 8 percent. I don't buy all of the tin-foil hat theories that people have come up with since the whole GME saga but damn this is still kinda sus. I mean someone with premarket access could've scooped up some palantir shares this morning in pre-market and be up more than 20 percent within a matter of hours. What are your thoughts on this?   submitted by   /u/alttoby [link]   [comments]
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  8. Anybody read this article? It makes some interesting points about future of EV market (28/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    https://www-wsj-com.cdn.ampproject.org/c/s/www.wsj.com/amp/articles/whats-missing-in-the-electric-vehicle-revolution-enough-places-to-plug-in-except-tesla-11614380406 The point they are making is: “Tesla has charging stations and everyone else is so far behind. Building that infrastructure for other companies will be expensive and will take 20-25 years to pay off the investment unless US government interferes.” Full disclosure - I do not hold Tesla stock, I never did and I think it is way overpriced. It is a compelling argument but how did Tesla manage to do it and nobody else will? I am assuming the same argument was used 100 years ago about gas stations, no? In any case, interesting to see what you guys think. Not specifically about Tesla but about how the rest of EV market will evolve.   submitted by   /u/Dowdell2008 [link]   [comments]
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  9. Michael Burry - "the market is dancing on a knife's edge" (22/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    https://twitter.com/michaeljburry/status/1363383141168128004?s=21 “Speculative stock #bubbles ultimately see the gamblers take on too much debt. #MarginDebt popularity accelerates at peaks. At this point the market is dancing on a knife’s edge. Passive investing’s IQ drain, and #stonksgoup hype, add to the danger." https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Euu1vWXVoAA3r6U?format=jpg&name=small There's been a lot of talks about the current market being a bubble, that could be caused by the low interest rates and QE. Michael Burry's latest tweet had a very interesting graph showing margin debt increasing to new highs. Hadn't seen this posted and thought it could make for an interesting discussion.   submitted by   /u/ShubhamG77 [link]   [comments]
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  10. What do you think about AQB? (13/02/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
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  11. The Two Largest Sources of Industrial Demand For Silver Are About to Explode Higher. Interesting article/DD. Interesting to learn More? r/WallStreetsilver sub is a place to go. (14/02/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
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  12. Interesting trend with the relationship between stock prices and bond yields (23/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  13. A LOT of uncertainty in the markets and SLR could he expiring. We're in for an interesting market over the next several weeks. (28/03/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
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  14. Bumble BMBL - non hyped value? (13/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  17. What literature, websites, and any other sources of information did you study investing from? (22/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  18. Next step for Apple ???? (08/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  19. First Graphene Limited: Just got a patent for a process to convert oil to graphene graphit and clean hydrogen (18ct/stock) (27/04/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
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  20. Interesting experience with new retail investors (23/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  21. Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger's interesting talk on EBITDA and frauds. In today's crazy and unpredictable market, can you think of any companies that have raised red flags? (26/02/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
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  22. Me, taking a smoke break after watching my GME stonks bought with money I borrowed from my grandma absolutely tank. Market please use lube next time ty. (25/02/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
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  23. How would universal basic income effect the stock market now. (13/03/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    I couldn’t see any other posts about this except one that are years old. It seems like more people are throwing money in to the market who have never done so before and people are talking about it and more people are doing the same. I’m curious, if a country gave every citizen 1000$ a month let’s say, how that would effect the stock market, and then society. If, like I’m sure all of you, would get an extra 1000 a month it would go straight to the stock market to turn it into more money and retire early or whatever your goal is. It seems like this would just make inequality even worse, the poorest would probably spend it on debt or better food or on consumption that they couldn’t get before and for people who don’t really need it they would save or invest it. Like a stimulus but more, If all this money is pouring into the stock market every month maybe on the same days the prices would just be insane, constantly going up and the plays you could do to time when people get the UBI would make the market so volatile! Obviously this UBI could be in some form of different currency that can’t be exchanged, maybe even a crypto that can be spent on everything except investments. But then you could just buy something then sell it for dollars and away you go. It’s an interesting thought and I wonder what you think.   submitted by   /u/21ST__Century [link]   [comments]
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  24. Hypothetical Situation: where to place 100K in a stock market crash (17/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  25. $TRCH is an interesting buy for the week. (14/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  26. This is the stock market today (25/02/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    ME (a famous person with bank account loaded with cash, “How can I make more money?”) Oh yeah.. I buy XYZ stock. I turn around tweet about it... Today’s RETAIL INVESTORS jumps in and buys the XYZ stock. The price of the XYZ stock soars, ME sells off. RETAIL INVESTORS left in the market riding out the XYZ stock price volatility. Few win, many loose. No DUE DILIGENCES are done. ME like those on top (Chammath, Cathie, etc) continues to ride the ones on the bottom (retail investors).. Result? Volatility increase. Inflation increases. Liquidity decreases. It’s going to be an interesting future for the stock market.   submitted by   /u/NapLvr [link]   [comments]
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  27. How do market makers hedge the VIX? (05/04/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    How exactly do market makers hedge the VIX as it rises and falls? Do they even need to? Is there an underlying they buy and sell? I’m confused because I know you can’t buy shares in the VIX, it’s an options only thing. What do you get delivered to you if you exercise your contract? If the VIX rockets up and a whole bunch of call options suddenly go in the money, what would a market maker do to hedge? Bonus question: is it possible to gamma squeeze the VIX if the call contracts are set up in a “ramp” and the price goes up high enough? I’m still noticing some interesting call ramps to very high strike prices on the VIX on June 16, so I’m wondering if someone is setting up something so the millions of calls go in the money if the price rockets up that high.   submitted by   /u/kn347 [link]   [comments]
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  28. English stocks (02/03/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Hello community , i would like to discuss about some stocks that might be interesting. While most of investros in the past months and at this moment have their focus on Nasdaq and Nyse stock market , there are great opportunities in the English stock market that have great potential like $RR.L (Rolls royce holdings) $HMSO.L (Hammerson) $INVP.L (Investec) $IAG.L and many many more stocks . ​ As they English market saw a huge decline during the pandemic in the past year , now i see huge potential in many stocks , waiting for them to recover as right now they are still in their low peak and still i see oportunity . What is your thoughts guys? what do you think? ​ *This is not a fainancial advise , its only for educational porpuse.   submitted by   /u/strongholder666 [link]   [comments]
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  29. Tomorrow could be an interesting day after the Goldman Sachs sell off. (28/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  31. Worried about stockmarketmania (10/03/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
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  32. Economic data in 2021 will look good compared to the previous year, says Mark Mobius (18/03/2021 - Financial Express)
    The sectors that stand out the most with respect to India are consumer and technology. He stated that in India, the consumer market is going to do well and anything related to technology and consumerism would be quite interesting.
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  33. SEC Rule 201 (aka "up-tick" rule) and how to recognize a healthy stock (12/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I have seen my favorite stock $ATOS in red for the whole week. Today's pre-market was no exception. With my average being around $2.8, I was a little nervous today to go red. BUT an interesting thing happened. I noticed that my broker indicated that from 9:30 today until 20:00 Feb 16 this stuck is traded under SEC 201 rule, meaning that short sellers are not allowed to sell under the highest bid price. It is interesting twhat this simple rule unveiled about this stock: that it is not going down because there is something wrong with the fundamentals, but it is going down because short-sellers are forcing it to. As soon as this rule was executed, the stock started going back up to $3.7 (as of now) from $2.80 in the first 5 minutes of the market (before Rule 201 was imposed and it was going down hard with heavy volume [aka short sellers]). This means that there are more bulls than bears behind this stock, right? Since I am planning on keeping my position open for the long run, I want to make sure if my understanding of what happened today is right. What do you think? As another example in contrast to this one, the same thing happened to AEZS on Feb 9 or 10, after a spike in price. But this time the price kept going down, meaning that the price was too high even for the bulls. Is that a correct way to think about this? I appreciate your feedback. Disclaimer: Please keep in mind that this is not financial advice. I am long $ATOS 3,[email protected]$2.8. ​ EDIT: I forgot to mention I added a limit sell order of $50.00 to prevent my shares from being lent to short sellers. The idea of short selling makes no sense at all.   submitted by   /u/cyclingmania [link]   [comments]
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  34. $HGEN Analysis (29/03/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    So I saw that there is an unusual mentions from $HGEN today before market open from data I scrapped from Reddit, and the price did make some interesting move. Then when I check the data sources, it seems that following one is the most interesting analysis on $HGEN. $HGEN - short term COVID play with Phase 3 data release by end of march and 5-10x possible ROI Thanks to u/Godszn Two parts caught my eyes: 1.It works and data is released today: There are positive data released today: Humanigen Reports Positive Phase 3 Topline Results Demonstrating That Lenzilumab™ Improves Survival Without Need for Mechanical Ventilation in Hospitalized Patients With COVID-19 Follow by the post analysis -- if the Emergency Use Approval is granted then there might be more upside. From my understanding, it is likely to give more on positive side if EUA is approved. It really is determining how likely it is going to be approved from now on 2. Mentioned in the post: there is a high short interest -- current price does not seem to favor them. I will just throw it out for discussion.   submitted by   /u/sheepbrother [link]   [comments]
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  35. Lockheed Martin (LMT): An interesting value investment? (12/02/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    What do you guys think about Lockheed Martin (LMT)? I have been researching this company and it looks like an interesting value play at these prices. The company enjoys a 'huge barriers to entry' moat in my opinion. It is at a forward P/E of 13, the company has grown its revenues, equity, earnings and cash flows quite significantly in the last 10 years, has bought back its shares consistently and is financially very healthy. As per estimates it is expected to grow by around 6% going forward and also has a dividend yield of 3% at a very sustainable pay out ratio. Anyone interested in LMT? Would like hear your thoughts?   submitted by   /u/value_investor4ever [link]   [comments]
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  36. Looking for green stocks (31/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    New to the market and was wondering what renewable energy/green/recycling/other green stocks you would recommend I pay attention to. A friend of mine talked to me about a company trying to efficiently recycle and reuse lithium ion batteries, but I don't remember the name. Advice about other interesting companies like that would be appreciated.   submitted by   /u/MythicalManiac [link]   [comments]
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  37. Ethereum price jumps 1187% in a year! Here’s a look at interesting Ether buying trends in India (Survey) (25/05/2021 - Financial Express)
    Ethereum price has Jumped 1187.3 per cent since last year, giving this cryptocurrency backing a namesake blockchain platform a market valuation of around $313.9 billion.
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  38. r/stocks top mentions - 2/23 (24/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Here are the top commented tickers from r/stocks in the past 24 hours. No surprise who continues to lead the way. ICLN has been the clear leader in terms of an easy entry into clean energy investments along with ARKK it's interesting to these ETFs gaining steam with a few other ARK ETFs shortly out of the top listings. Interesting to see Corsair gaming making the top list. GM(E) - 58 TSLA - 41 PLTR - 39 ICLN - 35 ARKK - 30 NIO - 30 BB - 27 SQ - 16 DIS - 16 WKHS - 15 CRSR - 14 *If anyone enjoys this data I can upload the entire data set I'll be integrating sentiment analysis in the coming weeks.   submitted by   /u/DabDude420 [link]   [comments]
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  39. GameStop Corp. stock (GME) has gone up from $40.69 (Feb 18th) to $138.28 (March 5th) (06/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Based on the 2008 Volkswagen infinitite short squeeze (short squeezes have always occured in waves), GME might experience its infinite short squeeze soon ???????? that is when the line goes super high on the graph and quickly goes down at a similar speed. This could be the most rewarding investment since the 2008 Volkswagen infinite short squeeze for those that timely sell at the top when it reaches the moon. Be careful; investing in GME now is like navigating in cloudy waters, you don't know what to expect, but based on previous short squeezes, if the same patterns occur, GME could skyrocket to +$700 soon. This coming week will be the most interesting for the GME story ("the people" vs "Hedge Funds") Netflix should take note and release a documentary. I don't own GME stocks at the moment. Overall, the entire stock market is all red and the stock market dip is just starting. Have $$$ cash on hand to buy stocks when the market hits bottom. More GameStop-like short squeezes could be up ahead in the 'fragile' stock market, says a market research veteran   submitted by   /u/_bono983 [link]   [comments]
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  40. Coolest Companies On Planet Earth (15/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    What are the coolest companies on planet earth? My list: Crispr Therapeutics - A whole new level of medicine and treatment. Tesla - It isn't about EV Mania or Elon Musk and his outrageous nature. It is about a company transforming a major section of our lives. Space X - Colonization of Mars, Cheaper/Faster/Accessible internet for everyone, The Universe as the next frontier. Also Bezos is pitiful for standing on the side lines waiting for Elon and true innovators/entrepreneurs to do all the hard work before putting his capital to work. Trillium - Because #%! cancer. For real that stole family from me and I know many others here so for real #%! it to death. Ethereum - Revolutionizing currency and pay systems? It is almost a "movement" around the whole system of currency/assets and I find that very interesting! Note for the above: I think all are over-valued in today's market by huge amounts Lol! I also would be really interested to hear about some smaller cap companies that you think are beyond interesting and why? Although learning about new mid and large caps is always good. And yes I know my list is about as basic as it gets. I still think these are some of the coolest companies I know off the top of my head!   submitted by   /u/WhichEdge [link]   [comments]
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  41. Coolest Companies On Planet Earth? (15/04/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    What are the coolest companies on planet earth? My list: Crispr Therapeutics - A whole new level of medicine and treatment. Tesla - It isn't about EV Mania or Elon Musk and his outrageous nature. It is about a company transforming a major section of our lives. Space X - Colonization of Mars, Cheaper/Faster/Accessible internet for everyone, The Universe as the next frontier. Also Bezos is pitiful for standing on the side lines waiting for Elon and true innovators/entrepreneurs to do all the hard work before putting his capital to work. Trillium - Because #%! cancer. For real that stole family from me and I know many others here so for real #%! it to death. Ethereum - Revolutionizing currency and pay systems? It is almost a "movement" around the whole system of currency/assets and I find that very interesting! Note for the above: I think all are over-valued in today's market by huge amounts Lol! I also would be really interested to hear about some smaller cap companies that you think are beyond interesting and why? Although learning about new mid and large caps is always good. And yes I know my list is about as basic as it gets. I still think these are some of the coolest companies I know off the top of my head!   submitted by   /u/WhichEdge [link]   [comments]
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  42. $thryv and growth possibilities (20/02/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    I have been checking this company Thryv and was wondering if anyone else has the same opinion as mine. The company seems to be interesting, they are entering in a market that is not completely saturated yet, the management solutions for small businesses, a branch that is now in trouble, but should go back up with the end of the pandemic and the arrival of the vaccine. Also I was reading that they are expanding the business overseas, in Australia to be more specific news I checked their presentation to the investor and the cash flow is constantly growing. In addition to that they are a merging of two companies, yellow pages and dex media. The meaning of this is that they have the revenue flow of yellow pages and access to all the people that advertise on them. Now, it seems that the largest investor in thryv is Mudrick capital, a hedge fund that invests in businesses that have troubles...and this I believe it is troubling. But, the market cap of the company is fairly low for their revenue, the price to sale ratio is .57 (market cap of 750 mln / 1.3 bln revenue) and as I said, with the end of the pandemic small businesses should pick up again, and they will need companies like hubspot ( values at 860 bln dollar market cap ) and thryv to compete.   submitted by   /u/zantezu [link]   [comments]
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  43. Just an interesting fact, 120 million shares traded hands on PLUG today (18/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    For reference, the total float of PLUG is 240 million shares. I'm not sure where the future of PLUG lies, but a lot of investors have been weeded out, some probably had to buy back in later when they seen it recover. I only wish I went with my gut and bought in at 34 pre-market, in hindsight, it looked like an absolute steal, but my gut instinct has proven to be wrong more times than it's right.   submitted by   /u/RowanHarley [link]   [comments]
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  44. Interesting Start To 2021 For Cathie Wood And ARK Invest Funds (02/03/2021 - INO.com)
    In 2018 an unknown woman came out and proclaimed Tesla (TSLA) was wildly undervalued when the stock was already trading for many multiples, and at levels, most investors considered grossly overvalued. Flash forward to 2020, and most of what this woman name Cathie Wood had proclaimed years prior about Tesla's stock came true. Back then, […] The post Interesting Start To 2021 For Cathie Wood And ARK Invest Funds appeared first on INO.com Trader's Blog.
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  45. What caused this growth in the UK100? (30/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    As a new investor, I'm looking at indexes as a matter of interest. Looking at the UK100, I'm seeing an interesting run up around 6 months ago (september onwards perhaps?) the index in question Around this time, the UK went into lockdown again. Why would there be growth during this time? I'm speculating that theres more spending in online stores and takeaways, but for an almost 30% raise in price? If you can, help me figure this out. There must be a perspective I'm missing. I dont have any positions in the UK stock market at the moment.   submitted by   /u/LukeNew [link]   [comments]
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  46. WINk The Rocket ???? (27/04/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Hello everyone, the target of this channel is take WIN as high as possible in a sustainable way and little by little (no pump), it is a very interesting project and if we manage to raise the market capitalization it will skyrocket to very high levels. high and will bring in the whales given the potential it has. By this I mean that if you want to participate, you only have to understand the project, invest if you feel like it and most importantly for everyone share this link https://t.me/wintothemoonn to as many people as possible. WIN to the moon, the word itself says it WIN????????????????   submitted by   /u/EllobodeW [link]   [comments]
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  47. Betting Against the Market (27/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Hello! I’m new to the subreddit but I’ve been interested in trading over the last couple years. I was lucky enough to buy in March of 2020 and rode the wave back up fairly well (shameless pat on the back). I have just recently been looking into inverse and bear shares that are betting against the market. A few of the most interesting to me so far are $DRIP $TZA and $SPXS. $TZA is betting against small cap stocks and is currently trading in the mid 4 dollar range. $DRIP bets against oil production and exploration and is currently trading in the mid 12’s. in my best used car salesman voice with prices this low, I feel like the buys are a no brainer. $TZA was at $105 at the peak of the crash in March and $DRIP was around $562. Even assuming the market continues to rebound for a considerable amount of time, I wouldn’t imagine these inverse and bear shares dropping too far before the next downturn. What do you think about inverse shares and betting against the market? If you were to put 100 into $TZA, even if it drops from 4 dollars to a dollar, you’ve only lost if you sell. The value will skyrocket at the next economic downturn as sure as the sun will rise. Won’t a recurring investment in these eventually yield high returns? Sell as close to the bottom (regular market) or the top of the inverse then reinvest portions of the earnings and ride the wave back up? I’ve only done some rudimentary research into this so I know I’m missing some information but I’d love to hear your thoughts!   submitted by   /u/SauciestMeerKat [link]   [comments]
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  48. Starlink as a stock looks more interesting down the road (19/02/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  49. Stock Market Crash due to GME? (15/02/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    I was thinking about the whole GameStop issue. If this stock has a huge squeeze and the price absolutely skyrockets what will happen? There is definitely something going on with this stock that is not clear. If you do your DD on other stocks and look at "Other" ownership, they vary all over (20%, 30% 80%, etc.). What I find incredibly interesting is that GME shows "Other" at 0.1%. That does not make sense. Separate discussion here: https://www.reddit.com/r/GME/comments/ljn96d/question_about_gme_retail_ownership_of_stock_big/ But for the sake of discussion and we assume that it does go to insanely high share prices, this could have a cascading effect of failures and bankruptcies throughout the market. This would affect Hedges, broker / dealers banks, etc. I feel the .GOV won't let this stock crash the entire market and step in. The big question is, what stunt will they use to step in and what would they do? I feel the hearing is buying time and there will be some form of intervention. I just don't know what they could do. I could see that they would be more likely to piss off a bunch of retail traders, rather than allow massive market instability or failure. OR, the alternate theory is the price settles in on a typical Supply & Demand curve, and does not go "Infinite," but does get extremely high. Either way, I believe someone or some .GOV will intervene to keep it from the "Infinite" price.   submitted by   /u/Dawg4923 [link]   [comments]
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