Posts about GameStop
Guy calls into Jim Cramer’s Mad Money and says that “because of him , he bought more GameStop and the Towel Stock , shorts never closed . Boom” 😂😂😂 Shoutout Victor , a man of the people 😂👏🏻👏🏻
Word of advice: Stay away from the Gamestop Netflix movie. Its another tool used by the powers that be that'll paint us in a negative light. Trailer has a buzzline about us crashing the economy.
Title says it all.
This is another tool they'll use. They even have Cramer airtime to spew his nonsense. They throw in a line about how some guy cant remember the last time he had a job. They'll use this movie to make we the investors out to look like we bit off more than we can chew. And for optics sake they'll probably cover some disadvantages that retail has... But NOTHING in the trailer covers what is actually going on. Thus, it is evident that this is just another tool for the powers that be to warp our image and paint themselves as innocent.
No mention of naked shorting. No mention of DRS. No mention of people lying under oath. No mention of Ryan Cohen and his power team transforming the company.
They want to keep playing this fucking game?
Lol okay sure. Cause we're still winning, we're not fucking leaving, and we don't need to release some bullshit movie to help our cause.
Edit: This is just my advice from a personal standpoint. Do as you wish, I'm not actually trying to tell anyone they can't.
The point of the thread was - since this is likely lip service for MSM and to control the narrative - that by not watching it, it may help to let it fall flat, and by watching it just supports the shit enterprises that boost false narratives. I know you folks won't be swayed by this garbage.
Edit 2: I'm not suicidal folks. But thanks for your concern.
So, let me get this straight. Based on the GME price manipulation we’re witnessing and the SHF’s only play, Gamestop’s stock price is doomed to be below $30 forever? 🤔…. 🤡
I get that their only hope is to see Gamestop going bankrupt, which, by now, seems extremely unlikely to pretty much impossible. They’ve (SHFs and their wallstreet friends) been in damage control for a while now (longer than we thought) and we see a lot of effort invested in preventing new waves and cohorts of retail investors joining the rocket… “survive another day” they say.. right?
What I find mind boggling is that based on all this, there are 2 possible outcomes. Or else short positions need to be closed at some point… and clearly no one on wallstreet, nor the government wants that.., or GME is doomed to remain below $30 until end of times because they (SHFs and their wallstreet friends) armed themselves with rules and laws that allow them to manipulate the price forever without Gamestop being able to fight the leeches off…, which i find absolutely fucked up.
What are they gonna do when Gamestop’s cap doubles or triples? Still keep it under $30? What about when the float is fully DRSed and locked? Act like nothing is happening and keep it under $30?
Man… is wallstreet ever fucked.
Edit: I use $30 here as an example because we’ve been around that mark for a while. I do not know what the exact threshold/limit is.
Edit 2: Finally found out how to edit a reddit post
Edit 3: My apeologies, i didn’t express myself correctly. If the market cap doubles or triples, so does the stock price. I meant when fundamentals justify beyond doubt a market cap double or triple what it is currently
Edit 4: Thank you stranger apes for the awards. Never expected, always apereciated!
Edit 5: Thank you so much for everyone’s participation, this has been a very pleasant conversation so far!