The most important roundup of news for AMC May 20 2021
- German and other non-U.S. apes must be allowed to vote and their shares—including synthetic shares—must be counted! This is critical.
- As of the close of business on May 19, Citadel has $234 billion in assets under management. Blackrock has $8.7 trillion in assets under management, including 24.5 million shares of AMC. Vanguard has $7.1 trillion in assets under management, including 37 million shares of AMC. Citadel has 1/68th the net worth of Blackrock & Vanguard. The obvious conclusion is that Citadel has absolutely no chance of beating Blackrock & Vanguard, especially not with the added might of the ape army.
- Sunshine Act Meeting cancelled for the third time. This is likely because SR-ICC-2021-005, NSCC-2021-006, ICC-2021-007, and SR-OCC-2021-004 were passed this week and SEC investigations are in full swing! They may also be delaying until after June 2 so that they can be armed with the knowledge of the new share-count.
- The success of Godzilla vs. Kong is a “good omen” for the movie industry, says Tribeca Film Festival founder and Tribeca Enterprises CEO (aaaaah, poor hedgies)
- AMC is the #2 most-traded stock in Fidelity with 9,000+ buys and only 2,000+ sells. Webull shows the same order ratio, with buys far exceeding sells. This ratio has been constant for 2 straight weeks. It is virtually impossible for the price to be dropping without blatant fraud taking place. #SECDoYourJob
- PROOF OF FRAUD: “As we speak, our buy orders are going to dark pools while our sell orders are going through the exchange. This way, buy orders are not having any [positive] impact on price.”
- “Everything we are witnessing the last few days comes from the hedge fund manual on how to pry shares loose from shareholders, with tricks-of-the-trade and psychological warfare included. . . . They want your shares to cover their massive short positions and all we need do is deny them our shares until they go bankrupt. You sell, you lose. You hold, you win. It’s a simple, straightforward exercise that will result in unimaginable payoffs for us longs. No fear going forward; just create an implacable wall of resistance and we’ll all be rewarded handsomely.” — jaykay, Yahoo Finance (not linkable)
- Over the last 12 months, almost 218,000,000 FTD shares have been created. Wow.
- Barclays’ concerning connection to Citadel exposed by Joshua Jammes.
- On or around April 8, 2021, Citadel hired Bank of America’s “Head of Flow Trading.” This should be illegal!
- Per Laura Marie:
$GME went to $14, $11, $10, up to $19, back down to $16, then down to $13, $12, up to $14, $16, $20, $30, $45, $65, and then BOOM [to $480].
AMC is right on track, apes! Stay strong in both mind and buying power!
- Facebook is deleting AMC groups, including “$AMC STOCK GROUP!!,” which had 20,000 members (and growing extremely quickly)! More collusion between hedge funds and social media?
Citadel owns almost $1 billion in Facebook shares. That’s why Facebook bans posts supporting AMC and banned the FB AMC group.
Also, Randi Zuckerberg (the sister of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg) is a member of Motley Fool’s board of directors. Yeah, nothing to see here, folks!
- CRITICAL: SEC Chair Gary Gensler says that he will aggressively pursue bad financial actors who are “playing with working families’ savings” and “enforce rules aggressively and consistently.” Basically, he wants to cripple all of the unfair advantages that hedge funds use to defraud and steal from retail investors. Gensler made his remarks at a Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) conference with Robert Cook, president and CEO of FINRA, the agency that regulates broker-dealers and exchanges.
- SEC sues broker-dealer BTIG, LLC for committing order execution violations, including illegal naked shorting.
Yes, it involves violations that took place in 2016-2017, but It sets a precedent and creates a template for moving quickly against the current, bigger scumbags, which is Gensler’s publicly stated goal. Remember, Gensler just got here, and he’s already formulated and filed this first lawsuit to lay the legal groundwork against the big bads.