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 1 month ago '16        #1
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AMC is squeezing
 

 
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Homer Pimpson 
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I don’t think this even the squeeze yet gotta wait for the data later
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 1 month ago '16        #3
InstruMentalP  OP
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 Homer Pimpson said
I don’t think this even the squeeze yet gotta wait for the data later
This a gamma squeeze relative to out of the money options

Shorts might start covering too and it's over wit

 1 month ago '04        #4
Cali 
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100+ by next Thursday
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 1 month ago '20        #5
MeNoSenYouNoCom  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x7
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I don't think this is the squeeze
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 1 month ago '12        #6
HeightsBound  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x3
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 MeNoSenYouNoCom said
I don't think this is the squeeze
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Nope, no where near.

Gamma Squeeze first, which is what will take us into the $100’s.
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 1 month ago '12        #7
HeightsBound  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x3
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 InstruMentalP said
This a gamma squeeze relative to out of the money options

Shorts might start covering too and it's over wit
Gamma Squeeze will take us into the $100’s.

This feels like non manipulated trading impacting the market organically.
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 1 month ago '04        #8
CentsCuZ 
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The entire short position on AMC can exit their positions with like a fifth of the 10-day average daily volume. It will not squeeze to the crazy prices people are saying. The easy money has already been made, and the pump going on right now is to allow the big money to sell their shares at enormous profits to the small money bagholders.
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 1 month ago '16        #9
YungSplash 
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 CentsCuZ said
The entire short position on AMC can exit their positions with like a fifth of the 10-day average daily volume. It will not squeeze to the crazy prices people are saying. The easy money has already been made, and the pump going on right now is to allow the big money to sell their shares at enormous profits to the small money bagholders.
They can get away from an excess of 20 billion shares that are borrowed?
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 1 month ago '04        #10
CentsCuZ 
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 YungSplash said
They can get away from an excess of 20 billion shares that are borrowed?
I see this number thrown around all the time on Twitter and Reddit, "20 billion shares." In actuality, 102.3 million shares are short. That's about 6 billion dollars worth of shares. AMC's average DAILY trading volume is over 146 million shares, which is 40% more than the entire number of shares short. Furthermore, these options have varying expiration dates and go out months and months, if not over a year. That's a long time to unwind a position.

Believe me, the big money -- hedge fund money -- is not worried at all. They actually increased their shorts 8% from 94 million to 102 million recently. If they were worried, they'd be trying to unwind the positions like how they did with Gamestop.
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 1 month ago '06        #11
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 HeightsBound said
Gamma Squeeze will take us into the $100’s.

This feels like non manipulated trading impacting the market organically.
This
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 1 month ago '20        #12
MeNoSenYouNoCom  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x7
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 CentsCuZ said
The entire short position on AMC can exit their positions with like a fifth of the 10-day average daily volume. It will not squeeze to the crazy prices people are saying. The easy money has already been made, and the pump going on right now is to allow the big money to sell their shares at enormous profits to the small money bagholders.
 CentsCuZ said
I see this number thrown around all the time on Twitter and Reddit, "20 billion shares." In actuality, 102.3 million shares are short. That's about 6 billion dollars worth of shares. AMC's average DAILY trading volume is over 146 million shares, which is 40% more than the entire number of shares short. Furthermore, these options have varying expiration dates and go out months and months, if not over a year. That's a long time to unwind a position.

Believe me, the big money -- hedge fund money -- is not worried at all. They actually increased their shorts 8% from 94 million to 102 million recently. If they were worried, they'd be trying to unwind the positions like how they did with Gamestop.
not selling

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 1 month ago '16        #13
YungSplash 
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 CentsCuZ said
I see this number thrown around all the time on Twitter and Reddit, "20 billion shares." In actuality, 102.3 million shares are short. That's about 6 billion dollars worth of shares. AMC's average DAILY trading volume is over 146 million shares, which is 40% more than the entire number of shares short. Furthermore, these options have varying expiration dates and go out months and months, if not over a year. That's a long time to unwind a position.

Believe me, the big money -- hedge fund money -- is not worried at all. They actually increased their shorts 8% from 94 million to 102 million recently. If they were worried, they'd be trying to unwind the positions like how they did with Gamestop.
Then how can it be possible to have millions of retail investors, and hedgefunds to be invested in and there still be available shares?

I'm genuinely asking, as I am new to all of this, and I appreciate this info.
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 1 month ago '18        #14
Taco 
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 CentsCuZ said
I see this number thrown around all the time on Twitter and Reddit, "20 billion shares." In actuality, 102.3 million shares are short. That's about 6 billion dollars worth of shares. AMC's average DAILY trading volume is over 146 million shares, which is 40% more than the entire number of shares short. Furthermore, these options have varying expiration dates and go out months and months, if not over a year. That's a long time to unwind a position.

Believe me, the big money -- hedge fund money -- is not worried at all. They actually increased their shorts 8% from 94 million to 102 million recently. If they were worried, they'd be trying to unwind the positions like how they did with Gamestop.
Where are you seeing that its only 102.3 million shares shorted?

From my understanding the actual number is 426 million shorted shares.
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 1 month ago '17        #15
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 CentsCuZ said
The entire short position on AMC can exit their positions with like a fifth of the 10-day average daily volume. It will not squeeze to the crazy prices people are saying. The easy money has already been made, and the pump going on right now is to allow the big money to sell their shares at enormous profits to the small money bagholders.
Lol you speak as if you know what you’re talking about.
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 1 month ago '04        #16
CentsCuZ 
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 MeNoSenYouNoCom said
not selling

I support your right to hodl! Good luck.

I have no position.

 YungSplash said
Then how can it be possible to have millions of retail investors, and hedgefunds to be invested in and there still be available shares?

I'm genuinely asking, as I am new to all of this, and I appreciate this info.
One of the biggest short squeezes in the past decade was Herbalife. There literally were not enough shares to cover the short position. Bill Ackman lost a ton of money, and Cal Icahn came in at the end to screw him even more just out of spite (because they had a public back and forth). And even Herbalife didn't hit these numbers/multiples that people are talking about. AMC was just dropped from 72 to 39 the other day before recovering. I'd like to see someone explain how that could happen if the market is so tight.

 Taco said
Where are you seeing that its only 102.3 million shares shorted?

From my understanding the actual number is 426 million shorted shares.

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 1 month ago '17        #17
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 CentsCuZ said
I support your right to hodl! Good luck.

I have no position.



One of the biggest short squeezes in the past decade was Herbalife. There literally were not enough shares to cover the short position. Bill Ackman lost a ton of money, and Cal Icahn came in at the end to screw him even more just out of spite (because they had a public back and forth). And even Herbalife didn't hit these numbers/multiples that people are talking about. AMC was just dropped from 72 to 39 the other day before recovering. I'd like to see someone explain how that could happen if the market is so tight.




I’d like to see you explain how retail holds over 100% of the free float and institutions own 20% and its short 100 million shares on a 500m float
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 1 month ago '18        #18
S-Class 
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So is we selling or holding ?

 1 month ago '12        #19
HeightsBound  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x3
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 S-Class said
So is we selling or holding ?
Do what’s best for you brother, and I genuinely mean that.

Me, I’m holding.
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 1 month ago '16        #20
YungSplash 
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 CentsCuZ said
I support your right to hodl! Good luck.

I have no position.



One of the biggest short squeezes in the past decade was Herbalife. There literally were not enough shares to cover the short position. Bill Ackman lost a ton of money, and Cal Icahn came in at the end to screw him even more just out of spite (because they had a public back and forth). And even Herbalife didn't hit these numbers/multiples that people are talking about. AMC was just dropped from 72 to 39 the other day before recovering. I'd like to see someone explain how that could happen if the market is so tight.





I've come down to reality a bit in recent weeks, 100k looks unreachable because who's paying at that point but 1-5k or maybe even 15k a share sounds great
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 1 month ago '04        #21
CentsCuZ 
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 800 said
I’d like to see you explain how retail holds over 100% of the free float and institutions own 20% and its short 100 million shares on a 500m float
The truth is, no one knows what the float really is because with every dollar increase in the share price, "x" percent of shareholders become more willing to sell. An institution or individual that is unwilling to sell at 60 might be much more willing to sell at 70, 71, 72, etc. So each additional dollar (or fraction thereof) increase becomes that much more difficult as the float actually increases in size with each increase in the share price.

Also, AMC is not helping at all with the 8.5 million shares it issued to Mudrick Capital Management (which they promptly sold into the market) and AMC announcing that it would sell 11,550,000 shares into the market recently. Every rally in the share price, AMC will pump some shares against it, which will stunt the rise until they run out of shares. I don't know if they've even started yet.

In the larger scheme of things, even 20 million shares is not a lot with AMC's current volume though just like 100 million share short is not a lot. What you end up with is just a very overvalued company with a valuation of like $3 million per theater screen, which is just crazy.
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 1 month ago '18        #22
Taco 
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 CentsCuZ said
The truth is, no one knows what the float really is because with every dollar increase in the share price, "x" percent of shareholders become more willing to sell. An institution or individual that is unwilling to sell at 60 might be much more willing to sell at 70, 71, 72, etc. So each additional dollar (or fraction thereof) increase becomes that much more difficult as the float actually increases in size with each increase in the share price.

Also, AMC is not helping at all with the 8.5 million shares it issued to Mudrick Capital Management (which they promptly sold into the market) and AMC announcing that it would sell 11,550,000 shares into the market recently. Every rally in the share price, AMC will pump some shares against it, which will stunt the rise until they run out of shares. I don't know if they've even started yet.

In the larger scheme of things, even 20 million shares is not a lot with AMC's current volume though just like 100 million share short is not a lot. What you end up with is just a very overvalued company with a valuation of like $3 million per theater screen, which is just crazy.
"as the float actually increases in size with each increase in the share price."

Explain this line please? Are you saying the number of total shares (the float) increases in number as the value of each share rises?



Last edited by Taco; 06-17-2021 at 12:09 PM..

 1 month ago '17        #23
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 CentsCuZ said
The truth is, no one knows what the float really is because with every dollar increase in the share price, "x" percent of shareholders become more willing to sell. An institution or individual that is unwilling to sell at 60 might be much more willing to sell at 70, 71, 72, etc. So each additional dollar (or fraction thereof) increase becomes that much more difficult as the float actually increases in size with each increase in the share price.

Also, AMC is not helping at all with the 8.5 million shares it issued to Mudrick Capital Management (which they promptly sold into the market) and AMC announcing that it would sell 11,550,000 shares into the market recently. Every rally in the share price, AMC will pump some shares against it, which will stunt the rise until they run out of shares. I don't know if they've even started yet.

In the larger scheme of things, even 20 million shares is not a lot with AMC's current volume though just like 100 million share short is not a lot. What you end up with is just a very overvalued company with a valuation of like $3 million per theater screen, which is just crazy.
We know for a fact their are synthetic shares. The question is how many. The stock is shorted and manipulated by illegal trade tactics everyday. Do you really think 50% of the float gets traded everyday? The average volume has been 250m

Those shares amc sold temporarily dropped the price. It’s already back over 60 two weeks later. They have a little over 10k shares left to sell.

This is not a normal play. Valuation doesn’t have anything to do with short squeeze. Shorts have not covered. 20% short is very high, especially when the majority is around $10.

The real number could be over a billion.

This is going to be out of control next week. I don’t see anyway shorts get this down under $40 eod tomorrow. Do you k kw how many calls are itm right now? The gamma squeeze is going to be nasty akd if these idiots don’t cover it will continue to gamma squeeze every week.

This is the setup of a lifetime.


Last edited by 800; 06-17-2021 at 12:12 PM..
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 1 month ago '04        #24
qutaboi225  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x15
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 CentsCuZ said
The truth is, no one knows what the float really is because with every dollar increase in the share price, "x" percent of shareholders become more willing to sell. An institution or individual that is unwilling to sell at 60 might be much more willing to sell at 70, 71, 72, etc. So each additional dollar (or fraction thereof) increase becomes that much more difficult as the float actually increases in size with each increase in the share price.

Also, AMC is not helping at all with the 8.5 million shares it issued to Mudrick Capital Management (which they promptly sold into the market) and AMC announcing that it would sell 11,550,000 shares into the market recently. Every rally in the share price, AMC will pump some shares against it, which will stunt the rise until they run out of shares. I don't know if they've even started yet.

In the larger scheme of things, even 20 million shares is not a lot with AMC's current volume though just like 100 million share short is not a lot. What you end up with is just a very overvalued company with a valuation of like $3 million per theater screen, which is just crazy.
So literally every analyst and financial guru is wrong and you're right. Yea ok my man
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 1 month ago '12        #25
HeightsBound  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x3
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Ya better stop letting a random trick you out your position.

He still talking Mudrick and 11.5 AMC shares. We been off that and past it and ate it like Scooby snacks.

lol


Last edited by HeightsBound; 06-17-2021 at 12:20 PM..
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