(Part 1) Let's explore some things. $AMC

Disclaimer: Anything under this thread is not financial advice. All of this is based on my professional experience and content here are for educational purposes.
(Part 2) The squeeze is imminent. Technical analysis doesn't work. Prediction models are haywire and inaccurate. Fundamentals are out of the window. Ortex and S3 Partners aren't reliable.
(Part 3) Lately, I've read talks about the 2nd book system. It is real. The 1st book is held by the company registering transactions between a buyer and a seller. The 2nd book is for validation of such transactions between these two parties through a clearing house.
(Part 4) Every institution has a 2nd book system in order to peer-review transactions and to avoid accounting mistakes.

The real controversy is the order outflow when market makers taking their time to report their transactions from their 2nd book...
(Part 5) ...to the central stock exchange to update pricing on securities. Usually, they have to report these numbers within two business days to the stock exchange - part of standard procedure to clear and process out transactions for retail or in-line institutional investors.
(Part 6) The disruption comes from the willingness to withhold that information - giving enormous power to bad institutions to keep trading at all times, seeing orders in real-time while the rest are waiting for their transactions to clear out.
(Part 7) Currently, you see $AMC being traded in the 40$ range. You buy at market prices and they rake in billions worth of processing fees because they purposely withhold that hidden information from the 2nd book to update the price in a timely manner.
(Part 8) It wouldn't surprise me that meme stocks had already taken off - (we just don't see it right now but they do - and they try to mitigate that) and $AMC real price would be in the late hundreds, if not, within the thousand dollar bracket.
(Part 9) Consider these bad institutions are from the future by a few days time but they are already screwed and we, operating from the market price, are waiting for that outcome to happen eventually.
(Part 10) Words in the market are that the price of $AMC in the NYSE are more or less matching the average price coming from the Dark Pools. Being from the market side, we don't know what is being dealt under the table and the SEC is actively investigating into these order flows.
(Part 11) Now that you know this kind of loophole, the screenshot of that $1500 - nobody can validate that number. You can inspect the element of your browser and edit that number with HTML.
(Part 12) Just keep in mind that this $1500 could be a resulting glitch from the 2nd book system. The thing is we're speculating here. All smoke and mirrors until actual and admissible evidence under a court of law.
(Part 13) Spreading that number doesn't help the community at all without verifiable sources... just unnecessary hype with no factual foundation.

Cut the noise!
(Part 14) Because of that loophole due to the disruption of order flows coming from that 2nd book system, technical analysis is impossible with prediction models being useless.
(Part 15) We cannot rely on Ortex and S3 Partners as they report official shorted shares. By the time, the short interest hits zero - there is no certainty if these bad institutions have covered everything including synthetic shares.
(Part 16) The squeeze is a leap of faith believing the community would hold until they bankrupt these bad institutions, covering all shorted positions, There is no official metric to see if they have covered synths.
(Part 17) Stick to goals. People know the statistics. The unknown variable is what's being dealt under the table. We cannot control that. The SEC is looking into it.

Don't invite cops crashing into our party by taunting them.
(Part 18) Let the institutions bankrupt first. Cash out. Wait for due process. Not the other way around.

Have patience!

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(Part 1) Here's another cat snippet for $AMC

So we are in the beginning of the end.

Many of us know that the higher the share price goes, the higher the collateral would be needed from short sellers to maintain their positions.
(Part 2) When a short seller hasn't covered their positions when their shorts were at 10$, their losses are absurd on top of covering interests.
(Part 3) That's why short selling is a high risk / high reward alternative in the market - the potential of infinite downside if there's a losing bet.
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(Part 1) I don't understand this trend of holdings being held/delayed by a clearing house / market-maker.

The truth is they have been doing this for quite some time.
(Part 2) Let's go back to the basics: retail investors submit their orders through their brokerage services at market prices which take within two business days to settle through a market maker / clearing corporation.
(Part 3) Some of the delays are bound with the amount of buyers and sellers based on supply and demand - but also with the amount of wealth being exchanged. If it's a huge order, that might take some time to be fulfilled completely based on existing partial offers.
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(Part 1) Anatomy of the bearish market (in a nutshell)

We're supposedly at the end of the bullish market (RED) with inflated stocks with margin, credit, and debt. Some stocks will undoubtedly melt-up (skyrocket) [this year - highly shorted securities are current plays]
(Part 2) Eventually, once the bearish market in in our doorstep - In order to preserve wealth, investors would be buying gold as fiat currency will lose value for gold to pick up in value. They are inversely proportional.

Nothing is gained. Nothing is lost. All is transformed.
(Part 3) On the first step of the bearish market (PINK), investors would be looking out for the true dip of the stock market / real estate and crypto.

Nobody knows when the market will reach the very bottom so be prepared to average down on your holdings.
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(Part 1) For $AMC - $GME

For those joining $CLOV right now based on the words of someone without doing their own due diligence, they are shooting themselves on the foot.
(Part 2) That's not investing. It's gambling. Remember, division of wealth at this current stage defuses the magnitude and the amplitude of a short squeeze.
(Part 3) Any wise investor would spend days, weeks, perhaps even months before investing into a stock. If there's any doubt of this point, you didn't do your homework.
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(Part 1) A bit of common sense and real talk $AMC

I have witnessed a lot of division as of late and I've told members of the community the closer we are into the endgame - The amount of FUD will be something we have never seen before - and the worst type of FUD is between apes.
(Part 2) There are lot of unnecessary drama going on with social media that this guy and this girl are creating division with apes just adding oil to the fire- transforming these situations into a freaking circus, blowing these out of proportions. It's embarrassing.
(Part 3) A certain individual has been offering his input for free through his prediction-based model built off on the idea of mass behavioral analysis of the market.

Understand the differences between a right and a privilege.
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(Part 1) S3 Partners have reported 16.01M shorted shares sold short covered. $AMC

How is that even possible?

Relax. Take a deep breath.

Let's wait for Ortex if they are showing the same correlation of such similar change. Peer-review and reassess intel!
(Part 2) Let's not forget S3 Partners is speculatively owned by Citadel. Regardless of the documentation out there, there are no concrete proof to prove this connection - but it is healthy to challenge ourselves to give the benefit of the doubt - and being cautious.
(Part 3) Ortex and S3 Partners are distinctive proprietary analytical platforms and they receive information based on whatever institutions are authorized to give them.

We cannot blame them for doing their job of reporting regardless if it's false/true/delayed data.
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