I don't see how all these banks and hedge funds and pension funds are all buying AMC? I thought retail owned 80+% and the rest was leveraged and borrowed or otherwise held by investment houses.Ray Dalio's Bridgewater fund sold its Tesla stake last quarter — and placed new bets on GameStop and AMC
Ray Dalio's Bridgewater fund sold its Tesla stake last quarter — and placed new bets on GameStop and AMCDalio's hedge fund exited its position in Elon Musk's clean-energy company, and made fresh investments in the video-game seller and the cinema chain.markets.businessinsider.com
Not including ETF's Adam Aaron confirmed retail actually owns more than 90%.I don't see how all these banks and hedge funds and pension funds are all buying AMC? I thought retail owned 80+% and the rest was leveraged and borrowed or otherwise held by investment houses.
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How are we ever gonna squeeze if investment houses still have no problem buying and sell at their leisure?!?!?
Did you ever sign up for "investor connect?"I haven't even got the popcorn!
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Melvin Capital, the hedge fund crushed last year after betting against GameStop, said it will unwind its funds and return cash to investors.www.cnbc.com
Its only part of the story and to what extent their pensions were effected I havent looked into it but its how it happens. Melvin made irresponsible bets and trying to make companies and retail investors broke, potentially having 10s of thousands of people laid off and their lives destroyed by shorting companies into oblivion for no reason. To blame us for the problems of their customers is absolute bullshyt. So its ok for retail to get into the stock market and lose money, but when we do DD and make money we are the ones making teachers lose money. Fuq him.Is what he said about the teacher pensions at all accurate?
^^^^If I scooped these up at 4am Id be up 34% already!Next potential short squeeze on the line is SNMP (or Pump and Dump lol!)
51% SI, cost to borrow average 28% with free float of 255k (2.46 million volume Friday) which doesnt make sense, something seems wrong as 2.22 million shares are short, but unlike Redbox which is shorted over 100%, this is considered 54% short interest so maybe webull has it wrong?
Im holding onto BBIG and ATER for now, thats my play money plays along with HYMC. And damn, I wish I held onto Redbox but whateva.
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