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    • Hej S√łmand
      det forstår jeg ikke Рvi har ikke gjort noget for at hindre kommentarer ?

      Pr√łv lige igen, og hvis du stadig har problemer, s√• skriv din kommentar her,s√• skal vi flytte den

      mvh TrumfEs

  1. Hej S√łmand
    det forstår jeg ikke Рvi har ikke gjort noget for at hindre kommentarer ?

    Pr√łv lige igen, og hvis du stadig har problemer, s√• skriv din kommentar her,s√• skal vi flytte den

    mvh TrumfEs

  2. S√łmand, jeg har lige pr√łvet at srive en kommentar til de Biden memes, b√•de som administrator og p√• en anden browser som “almindelig” bruger
    jeg havde INGEN problemer

  3. Hej igen
    Måske fordi jeg lagde link til en you-tube video og en bitchute video på.
    Det handlede om √•rsagen til “I dont know what i am signing” som flere tv-kanaler ikke opdagede da de sendte direkte d. 20 Januar lige efter inds√¶ttelsen og han underskrev de f√łrste 3 executive orders, mens han mumler bag masken.
    Ved at skrue op for lyden kan det tydeligt h√łres, og det opdagede de p√• bitchute.

    • Hej S√łmand
      der er ikke nogen oplysninger om problemer med nogen kommentar på hodja
      Jeg kan som administrator se om nogen er blevet “sp√¶rret” og s√• OK’ dem
      Du står ikke på, så jeg ved ikke, hvad der er sket
      mvh trumfEs

  4. I suspect the hedgies are illegally covering their short positions
    TLDR; Melvin and gang hasn’t covered shit. They’ve been illegally “closing out” their short positions and if we hold they will 100% get fucked. There is far more nefarious shit at play.

    So this morning I saw the S3 and Ortex data both report significant covering of short positions for GME. This absolutely threw me for a loop because Friday morning they reported above ~120% short interest still. I could not for the life of me figure out how someone could close >50% of short positions on such a tightly held stock in ONE day with very little trading volume in the week. This got me digging around to figure out what’s up.

    I started by looking into GME failed to delivers (i.e. short sellers not able to cover their position on a stock) for the first half of January and I was shocked to find that just in the first 15 days of Jan, GME had ~1.2 MILLION failed to delivers. This is before most of wsb or mainstream began buying.

    What was interesting though, is that of that ~1.2million, ~700K shares were covered in chunks throughout the two week period. I dug further back into the SEC failed to deliver reports for GME and saw that pattern extending back months. It seemed almost as if the short positions were just being kicked down the road.

    Having spent some time looking at the pattern, it’s clear a large amount of failed to delivers come in, then a small chunk of coverage, then another large amount, and so on. To me this looked shady af so I looking into reasons that could cause that and discovered this article: https://www.sec.gov/about/offices/ocie/options-trading-risk-alert.pdf

    In it, a specific section is eerily similar to what we’ve experienced with GME:

    “Assuming that XYZ (e.g. GME) is a hard to borrow security (e.g. apes holding strong), and that Trader A (Melvin), or its broker-dealer, is unable (apes again) to borrow shares to make delivery on the short sale of actual shares, the short sale may result in a fail to deliver position at Trader A‚Äôs clearing firm. Rather than paying the borrowing fee on the shares to make delivery, or unwinding the position by purchasing the shares in the market, Trader A might next enter into a trade that gives the appearance of satisfying the broker-dealer‚Äôs close-out requirement, but in reality allows Trader A to maintain its short position without ever delivering on the short sale. Most often, this is done through the use of a buy-write trade, but may also be done as a married put and may incorporate the use of short term FLEX options. These trades are commonly referred to as ‚Äúreset transactions,‚ÄĚ in that they have the effect of resetting the time that the broker-dealer must purchase or borrow the stock to close-out a fail. The transactions could be designed solely to give the appearance of delivering the shares, when in reality the trader has no intention of meeting his delivery obligations. Such transactions were alleged by the Commission to be sham transactions in recent enforcement cases. Such transactions between traders or any market participants have also been found to constitute a violation of a clearing firm‚Äôs responsibility to close out a failure to deliver.”

    It’s almost like a play by play of what we’ve seen (in combination with the ladder attacks). My guess is we’ll find out more when the failed to deliver report for the second half of Jan comes out on the 17th.

    I 100% think that Melvin is committing massive securities fraud. In fact, I would bet all my money on it – oh wait, I did 96 GME @ 290.

    I am now holding on principle to see these fucks fail.

    More DD: https://www.reddit.com/user/bcRIPster/comments/labq6u/follow_the_crumbs_gme_exposed_the_meta https://www.sec.gov/data/foiadocsfailsdatahtm

    Not a financial adviser, I eat paint chips for dinner

    EDIT: Ok, so I’ve been reading some comments and I wanted to clear a couple things up:

    The failed to deliver number is reported cumulatively. So if you sum everything for the Jan time period it’d come out incorrectly as 5 million. What I’m doing is summing all the debits to get an aggregate view of all the failed to delivers in the time range. This process is validated and discussed in other r/wsb posts

    I know ETF’s could have been redeemed by some MM’s to gather up GME stock. However I’m not convinced there is enough GME held in ETF’s to be a significant factor. Someone in the comments reported this amount to be about ~10M. We would know if a bunch of ETF’s rebalanced and dumped GME.

    My number for the Ortex short interest was incorrect, I got mixed around when I wrote this initially. The short interest reported by Ortex on Friday morning was ~80%. The 120 figure for S3 was correct.

    Please checkout the linked DD – it goes into much more detail and covers things far better than I can.

    Share this post and the related DD. We need to hold wall street accountable if this is true and I think that starts by spreading the word.

    I’m going to continue to dig into this tonight / tomorrow. Look forward to a new post tomorrow evening.

    If I take an L to 0, I take an L to 0. I don’t invest what I can’t lose. But you can bet your ass I’ll be holding till this blows open.


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