posted ago by Kekistan_United ago by Kekistan_United +52 / -0

the odd behavior of the graph with a positive slope and the price increasing over 300


seeing blocks of 100 or so, consistently, with a bid price of 240...

while the entire side of asking column, was still over 300...

ladder attack? yawn

so who sold all the 240-valued shares to whom,

cus i never saw the asking side reflect that sixty dollar drop.

it would be like seeing entire rolling bids of 480 right now, as TSLA sits at 615

and then we wake up and voila! TSLA is 480...

in what fucking world?

im down 9k today, but up 12k net.

meh. is this supposed to scare me?


dear HF,

you realize that a large part of me investing in GME was to hurt you, right?

the possibility to profit was just icing on my cake.



EDIT: attack on-going; is fun to watch

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ClemTiger 11 points ago +11 / -0

"you realize that a large part of me investing in GME was to hurt you, right?

the possibility to profit was just icing on my cake"

That's what they can't understand - It's not really about the money - it's payback

Hattmall 0 points ago +2 / -2

That's what they can't understand - It's not really about the money - it's payback

Ok, so you paying them back with your money hurts them how?

ClemTiger 4 points ago +4 / -0

do you know how much they have lost in interest payments already. They are not making money. I will not lose anything but I'm not in it just to try and make a buck

VonTyger -3 points ago +1 / -4

No one has hurt hedge funds with this because hedge funds are way better equipped to handle bubbles than anyone else is. Even if they buy to shore up shorts, when it goes up as much as it has they probably net made money

Kekistan_United [S] 5 points ago +5 / -0

man. i guess Lehman Brothers were just faking it all this time, then...

seeing, as you say, they were SO well prepared for their 'bets'...

they are SO prepared, in fact, that they spend time and money on MSM

convincing myself and other apes to NOT buy AMC/GME and others...

cus 'its not a game. its serious'

lol. but hey. im just here warming up my crayons for dinner.

what do i know?

i buy. i hold.

somehow that simple act pisses off a whole fuckton of people...

i wonder why

Hattmall -1 points ago +1 / -2

Lehman Bros wasn't a hedge fund. It was investment bank. They went under because no one was buying their Credit Default Swaps and they overleveraged on them and when everyone decided to dump them they became worthless.

In this scenario, you are Lehman Brothers and GME is the CDS.

Kekistan_United [S] 3 points ago +3 / -0

you are lehman brothers

nah fam. not true.

if that is the case, im hurt the money i was willing to risk

how am i overleveraged in this game?

my investments go to zero, i say, 'oh well'.

i dont owe, anyone anything. i simply lost the attempt at gains.

you see, i play with money i have.

i didnt borrow it and hope someone will lose and i win off of the gamble.

everything in this gamble says, i play with real money

and someone im playing against, played with SOMEONE ELSE'S MONEY.

i agree lehman bros isnt a hedge fund.

but they, like everyone else. make bets with money they dont have.

any ape here, who spends a few hundred bucks to own a share or two

is not any way, 'overleveraged' like lehman bros.

if GME goes to zero. i lose a few thousand dollars.

im not having to file bankruptcy and sell my entire set of assets to cover shit bets with money i never had...

but i mean sure. "im lehman bros"


What-Me-Worry 1 point ago +1 / -0

Maybe you missed where Melvin Capitol lost 49% last quarter.

TDanonDJTJR2024 8 points ago +8 / -0

how long can they keep this up?

anesPEDEsia 10 points ago +10 / -0

They’ll keep it up until they are forced to stop. HF’s are making $millions every day outside of the GME scenario. It’s frustrating, but they are also hoping apes get bored and frustrated and paper hand.

No paper hands. Diamonds only!


ClemTiger 5 points ago +5 / -0

bored or scared - not happening

TDanonDJTJR2024 4 points ago +4 / -0

well i cant take shit out now at -$536 profit, it would be suicide

TheRealPizzaPope 5 points ago +5 / -0

You can't take shit out under $1,000,000/share profit. That would be suicide.

ChubbyHubby 5 points ago +5 / -0

Bought 2 @ 224... Messes up my average, but this my be the last time we see it under 300. Sending the SEC after them the day of a good earning report and other good news is dirty pool... Hedgies burn in Hell!

Pbman 5 points ago +5 / -0

Well said,I heard the shorted all the etf's that owned gme.

Hattmall -2 points ago +1 / -3

Dude, that doesn't even make sense. Like what is that supposed to do? It's not going to have any impact on the price of GME.

Pbman 2 points ago +2 / -0

Go toR/supperstionk and read the dd.

YouNeedVPN 4 points ago +4 / -0

So basically, wait a little, and buy more.

cbonez416 2 points ago +2 / -0

They are going it tonall shorts. Looks at amc and even koss. All the same pattern. Its funny right? These failures to deliver never seem to end and the fcc is playing with their balls doing nothing. Thats how fucked this is!! Think about it.

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Lurking_Waiting 1 point ago +1 / -0

What would happen if I put my buy order in at that level?

Hattmall 1 point ago +1 / -0

You would buy the stock. Then the price would drop.

VonTyger -5 points ago +1 / -6

People choosing to sell isn't an "attack", you have to buy it before you can sell it. All you're seeing is normal behavior on an unstable speculative stock.

GaIIowBoob 4 points ago +4 / -0

The sells aren't people. They're makes short sales, meaning hedge funds are selling, not people

Kekistan_United [S] 3 points ago +3 / -0

you have to buy it before you can sell it

oh thats interesting, cus here i thought one couldnt sell more than the 100% they 'owned' either, but here we are...