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I have been in crypto since 2018 and I will list what's wrong with #crypto in #macro sense and how to fix them in this thread to start a decent, honest conversation. I wish to offend none. Here I go!
#1 Crypto is a hedge against #wallstreet #china - false. If #FED or #Xi tinkers with their toys, #crypto hurts bad! Crypto is massively dependent on #Hedgefunds and Wall Street & Chinese actions. So this is a fail for crypto's primary object -- freedom!
#2 BTC is controlled by big money and $USDT - as long as BTC maxis are in charge and $USDT is the safe refuge, crypto is broken! Crypto fails the second objective -- decentralization from monopolistic actions.
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1. $AMC and $GME have been at incredibly dire circumstances this past two weeks. After building up so much momentum, Hedges have pulled the rug from under their feet. #GME in particular has been the focus of attacks, though the impact has also reflected equally on #AMC.
2. Let’s take a step back, and reflect again on how Hedges have indirectly attacked $GME(and other meme stocks like $AMC) indirectly through ETFS. Take a look at the charts here that demonstrate the price action similarity between ETF’s & #GME.
3. Today, thanks to big communities like WSB and many others, we have further proof that Hedges are becoming increasingly desperate to take down $GME to the point where they have pretty much shorted the entire Russell 2000 in order to force the #stock value of #GME down.
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“Taking Back Control!”
So what was that all about?
A few tycoons and Old Etonians getting more control over the rest of us?
Hedge funders escaping higher EU taxes?
Foreign corporations given the freedom to asset-strip the UK?

Let’s take a look.

04 MAR 2019
Now the UK is flying solo, its companies have low valuations, becoming rich pickings for foreign owned vulture funds.
“For the average firm, Brexit is associated with a value loss of 16.4 per cent against a hypothetical no-Brexit scenario.”…
08 OCT 2019
UK companies are weighed down by additional red-tape which makes it difficult to compete unless they move to an EU base.…

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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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Vamos a recapitular el terremoto que ha sacudido Wall Street esta semana: el fenómeno #GameStop y la batalla de los inversores minoristas de Reddit contra el Goliat de los grandes fondos de inversión bajistas
Lo estamos siguiendo en @EFEnoticias @EFEUSA
1⃣El lunes se dispara GameStop. Son los foreros de #WallStreetBets, en Reddit, que compran frenéticamente acciones de esta tienda de videojuegos en las últimas para trolear a los fondos de inversión que apostaban por la caída de su valor…
2⃣La fulgurante subida de GameStop, que comenzó el año en apenas 17 dólares y en ese momento llega a los 160, obliga a la Bolsa de Nueva York a paralizar su cotización -una herramienta para hacer frente a la volatilidad- hasta nueve veces durante la jornada
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Volatility continues with $gme and $amc in the popular uprising against #hedgefunds that shorted these #stonks. Both Game Stop & AMC plummeted after some retail traders were locked out.
Best explanation I’ve seen. Author unknown.
I don''t have hard numbers, which is why I used the word some. It appears to be almost all retail investors, depending on platform. Allowing large funds to sell off at a high price while smaller investors are completely locked out will only make the disparities worse.
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Where are you in your IBOR Transition plans?

Our latest piece to help Fund Managers familiarize themselves with the transition away from IBOR and ISDA’s Fallbacks Protocol.…
Key Highlights:

1. The financial world is moving on from IBOR - expected end date is end of 2021.

2. ISDA has announced its market-wide approach to the transition, which will be implemented via the (1) ISDA Fallbacks Supplement and (2) ISDA Fallbacks Protocol.
3. The ISDA Fallbacks Supplement applies and covers all transactions entered into after January 25th, 2021 that reference the 2006 ISDA Definitions.

4. The ISDA Fallbacks Protocol, effective January 25th, 2021 is a means for users of derivatives to amend agreements across all...
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You man the guys who led us over the cliff in 2008 and who helped set us up to be uniquely vulnerable to the outbreak this time around, in cahoots with idiots at the #centralbanks and finance ministries of the world? 1/2

#RishiSunak #banks #hedgefunds #coronavirus
How about asking people who run and own actual productive businesses - #entrepreneurs and the like: people who spend their lives organizing scarce resources as efficiently as possible in the face of chronic uncertainty and at high personal risk? 2/x

#coronavirus #exitstrategy
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Largely because (a) the injections functioned differently last time as it was primarily a financial seizure, not a real one; (c) the real assets which did deflate -RE- are the very ones which have since most risen in price (“inflated”); (d) intl division of labour then undamaged
Somewhat risible to say no fiscal response last time, even if this one is shaping up to dwarf it. That’s just #Keynesian dinosaurs trying to say only their Master’s nostrums can work.
Worry is, we redo the 30s: lacklustre growth as too big a Boondoggle state exploiting its edge.
The state runs only the softest of soft budgets, is the most wasteful, least productive, most monolithic, least innovative of spenders. Backed up by a compliant #centralbank -monetary ‘authority’ is now a joke!- that implies lots of (misdirected) demand for not much extra supply
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Vote for #Farage and get this. This man is Crispin Odey. He bankrolled #VoteLeave and made 220m when leave won by shorting the pound. Farage helped the markets to fluctuate when he 'conceded' the referendum early. You are being used to fill their pockets. #BrexitParty #EUElection
Odey also has links to Rees-Mogg. He helped Jacob set up his hedge fund, and also helped towards his election costs. They are all in this together, they pretend to care about the working-class, but in truth they are exploiting us to make more money.…
Thank you to everyone that has RT this so far, please keep sharing it, it may help some people change their minds about the #EUElections2019…
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