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The #amcgofundme and Chad is a scam!

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I do not live in US so doxxing does not matter to me, although if I get banned from twitter I don't mind. I just hope this save people a lot of money!

@JchristianWes @matt_kohrs @TaraBull808 @TradesTrey @jhuntermav
So our buddy Chad here (Twitter page created 5 days ago) is none other than Chad Andrew Horvath. He was arrested in 2010 relating to fraud charges.
As you can see from these publicly available charge sheets one offence was for Fraud-Insuff funds check. A crime for issuing fake cheques or cheques that will bounce.
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For the hedge fund companies, Wall Street, the media, and/or anyone else that doesn't agree with the #Retail investors buying #amcstock and saying #AMCtothemoon. In 2020 @AMCTheatres celebrated their 100th year Anniversary, as they were founded in 1920, and are the second biggest
share holder of the American market after Regal Entertainment Group! They have approx 1,000 theaters and approx 11,000 screens! In Feb. 2020 they paid their 24th consecutive quarterly dividend! This company has been successful for 100 years, as we all love to go to the movies
with our friends and families! Why do people like @jimcramer think it isn't our right to determine what a company is worth, who is Wall Street to tell us, we are wrong for buying into a company that we want to save because we believe in it! We will continue to hold our shares
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[#GameStop Thread] This week, social media coordination created a spike in the @GameStop stock that rose over 1700% as retail investors coordinated over information on @reddit and other social media to pump the stock. 1/8
Millions of small investors, egged on by social media, employed a classic Wall Street tactic to put the squeeze β€” on Wall Street, especially short sellers. 2/8

nytimes.com/2021/01/27/bus…
I covered this possibility in detail in my book The Hype Machine πŸ‘‡. In Chapter 2 "The End of Reality" I discussed how social media memes could be used to inflate stock prices and cause bubbles. 3/8

sinanaral.io/books
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