Bill Bradley wrote: SmartWentCrazy wrote:
Bill Bradley wrote:
LOL they aren’t shorting. I don’t think you’ve looked into this. We will see, hopefully soon.
I have. Theres 23% short interest. Thats really not too atypical in the market. You cannot cause a significant price inducing short squeeze from 23% short interest.
There is over $24 billion owed by shorts and they just keep kicking the can down the road and borrowing more to short. Hard to know how many shares there even are out there due to synthetic shares and dark pool trading. When they are finally margin called is when the squeeze will happen. If it closes above $40 today (certainly will happen) an enormous number of call options expiring in the money and more at $60. There's a reason for the constant ladder attacks and shorts trying to defend $60 with all that they have. If this goes much higher there will be a massive squeeze.
You dont even understand what dark pool trading is. Hedge funds trade in such volume that they dont use dark pools. Some brokers will route trades to their own pools, but they generally diversify their risk in that area and trade with multiple brokers who find trades directly on the exchanges. Retail investors like yourself use them and HFT like citadel front run all of you. If youre using Robinhood, you are trading on a dark pool.
The company is worth 32B on todays pricing. There is not 24B in short interest against AMC. Again, hedge funds got largely terrified by GME such that they actively try to avoid common shorts or meme stocks. In general, the risk functions at all of these big banks wont allow naked short selling of meme stocks unless theyre compensated immensely.