The New Failure to deliver data is JUST OUT from the SEC. Here is a simple pivot table. It's still failing to deliver EVERY DAY. I'm sure people will analyze this better than me. But I wanted to get this out to everyone ASAP.
Edit: Failure to deliver is how many shares were not accounted for at the end of the day. GME has been failing to deliver in some capacity for weeks now. This data is posted by the SEC Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). It is only posted every two weeks, for the previous two weeks. But this is the most recent data that everyone has been waiting on.
From the SEC regarding this data
>"The figure is not a daily amount of fails, but a combined figure that includes both new fails on the reporting day as well as existing fails. In other words, these numbers reflect aggregate fails as of a specific point in time, and may have little or no relationship to yesterday's aggregate fails."
SEC FOIA Site: https://www.sec.gov/data/foiadocsfailsdatahtm
GME had 2 million shares failed to deliver one day totaling 300 million $
EDIT: Because so many people are bringing up XRT. Which contains a lot of GME. Here is XRT. Hmmm. Notice anything interesting about Jan29th between these two??
There is also AMC... AMC is still failing to deliver EVERY DAY. This continues the trend for both of these stocks not being delivered every day. AMC had 27 million... yes million shares failed to deliver.
I'd like to ask everyone to do what they can. I am not recommending buying any of these stocks. But there is for sure, something still going on. We need to try and get this data daily. Contact your reps, etc.
There are links to information about Failed to deliver.https://www.sec.gov/rules/final/34-50103.htm
Is GME considered a Threshold Security? ✅
>In order to be dee... keep reading on reddit ➡
Honestly, I don't really mind pumping coins, particularly joke coins like Doge. But if I see another post from someone saying "but what if Doge is the next Bitcoin" I think I'll crack!
You can only pump a coin like Doge so far! I'm seeing people saying "what if it gets to $100 or even $1000?". Do they have any idea how many of these coins are in circulation?!
Part of the whole joke of Doge was its rediculous supply cap and real terms inflation, with literally billions of new coins being generated annually. You can only sustain the upwards trajectory of something like that for so long...
If you're a newbie playing with Doge, these is a huge chance your going to lose next to everything. The actual coin is designed to lose "value", the fundamental function of the coin is actively working against you!
https://www.sec.gov/data/foiadocsfailsdatahtm - first text file, search "GME", and you'll see the fails to deliver suggesting a real number in the millions, unheard of - these are purchased shares that couldn't be found. I have no idea how this simple metric isn't widely reported.
Hedge funds get paid more by fraudulently creating more shares when the stock goes under. They cannot cover anywhere near this price level because the shares don't exist. Manipulating the number of shares also dilutes the reported short float. Retail is holding on to shares they need and just not letting go, as some of those shares retail has are fraudulent. By the time they run out of money in interest payments dragging this out, it'll be a massive shitshow.
More info: http://counterfeitingstock.com/CS2.0/CounterfeitingStock.html
:edit: 84 GME @ $87.16 avg.
:edit 2: Please note one reason prices are still high is to encourage retail go to other stocks (looking at you AMC, BB, NOK), or get more easily duped by some scam like silver. It's always been about GME.
When it comes time for them to pay up, expect the price to drop first.
:edit 3: The price is now around where the volume dropped off. I think we're at the bottom, as long as we hold. I think the chance of seeing big upword moves is as high as its ever been. Unless they want us to sit here for a day. It's all very expensive psychology for them.
MAJOR EDIT - I POSTED THIS LAST NIGHT, TRYING TO SPREAD SOME POSITIVE INFORMATION I FOUND. I NOW DO NOT TRUST THE INFO. 98% OF THE PRIZES I RECEIVED ARE FROM BOTS OR SKETCHY ACCOUNTS. I BELIEVE THEY WANTED THIS TO BE SPREAD AS MIS-INFORMATION!!!!!!
For that I am truly sorry, but DO NOT TAKE THIS INFO AS ACCURATE
PLEASE BE WARY ON WHAT YOU READ ON THIS SUB
JUST BECAUSE A POST IS POPULAR. DO NOT TAKE IT FOR GOSPEL
^(I didnt delete/hide the whole post so this ^ would get more attention!!!)
The real short % according to S3's data is 122%. However, their 55% figure is technically not a lie, but extremely misleading. I will explain everything.
Here is what they did:Sources (S3 head):https://twitter.com/ihors3/status/1355990194575564801?s=19https://twitter.com/ihors3/status/1356004816414269448https://twitter.com/ihors3/status/1355969693841051650
S3 head is redefining share float to include shares that don't exist in order to be able to say shorted % of float is lower.
it reduces the traditional SI % Float, Instead of Shares Shorted/Float our calc is Shares Shorted/ (Float + Shares Shorted)
So, by this definition, if a stock is shorted 400% of existing shares (total banana count borrowed and resold 4x) and total shares is 100, short % is calculated like this:400 shorts / (100 shares + 400 longs whose shares are borrowed) = 0.8That is, the normal way we define short % would say it's 400% shorted. S3's way says 80%.
Knowing this formula, we can work back to what S3 would have said the short % of float was using the normal definition of short % of float:55% short of float means for all existing shares + shorts (or, ont he other side of the trade "longs whose shares were borrowed away to short") is 55/45 as much as existing shares. Meaning, portion of shares short by the normal definition (% of existing bananas borrowed) is 55/45 = 1.22
That is, S3's data is telling them that after friday trading, GME is still 122% short.
*disclaimer ripped this off some guy on tradingview, but havent seen it on here (ETCH1234)
Edits: 14 shares @ Avg 110 🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀🙌💎 This is not financial advice but I do have a rock hard boner.
TLDR: HEDGE CHANGE MATH MAKE NUMBER GO DOWN, NUMBER GOOD FOR APE. APE HOLD = APE GO ON ROCKET
What I’ve started to do when preparing to ask for a girls number is to actually just give her my number. I say that if she’s interested in talking, to just shoot me a text when she has time. That way, I don’t have her number if she’s actually not interested, and if I never get a text, I have my answer. I feel like it takes some pressure off of her feeling like she has to give a fake number or something. I know a lot of guys are childish and can’t handle rejection like an adult, so she also doesn’t have the anxiety of rejecting me. If she’s not interested she can just take my number(if she wants), throw it away, and move on with her day or something.
Any thoughts on this? Is this a better way to approach this or not really?
Edit: Oh wow thank you everyone for the kind words! I see a lot who disagree, and that’s fine! Can’t please everyone LOL. have a nice day!
Context, I am a Seraphine main.
I have been playing her non-stop since her release and she has been super fun. However, past 15 minutes she is a ultimate bot, similar to old Sona. She is 100% based entirely around her ultimate and the fact it is extremely easy to land multiple people inside of it. I can lose lane entirely, but as long as my team can follow up on my constant multi-person ultimates the game is pretty much sealed. Just now I literally played against a Seraphine with unknown mastery and a horrible laning ability however because of her ultimate, it didn't matter.
The chaining ability on her ultimate was a neat idea, however it is way to powerful. They can continue to nerf her damage and shielding numbers over and over again, it won't matter and she will continue to be played support for the sole reason that her ultimate is game changing. This is the exact same issue old Sona had where her kit was awful but her ultimate was so game changing it literally didn't matter. In my opinion the ability is strong enough without the ability to snipe back line entire screens away.
Feel free to tell me I'm wrong, I will continue to farm RP until this is changed.
Why YSK: I'm posting this because that has always been my answer, and more often than not they look at me like I have three heads, which tells me that it's not a common response they get. While they may need that for you to get a 5% discount next time you go in, the real reason they want it is to sell your information and have you receive unsolicited phone calls. To that I say, no thank you.
First, credit to u/johnnydaggers for putting the pieces together in this post.
Many of us are probably watching the short interest % of float to indicate when the short squeeze is squoze. At this point, the hedge funds clearly know this, given how hard they've spent the last couple days using their MSM shills to announce "WE HAVE EXITED OUR SHORT POSITIONS!!! YOU WIN!"
There is a chance we're going to see that short interest % of float number go down at the same time as the price drops. Failure-to-delivers may also go down, at least in appearance.
Failure-to-deliver numbers and the short interest % are just the tip of the giant dildo they're trying to fuck us with. If this thing is actually what it looks like, they have way, way, way more exposure to this shitstorm than they are letting on.
There are ways for hedge funds and their colluding market makers to hide their exposure to a counterfeit stock scheme / naked short / short attack. You can read all about it here: counterfeiting stock 2.0 (again, credit to johnny for bringing this to our attention)
If you don't know how to read, just scroll down to the picture of the iceberg.
If you do know how to read but don't have a lot of time, still scroll down to the picture of the iceberg, and start reading from there.
TL: DR-- using a bag of dirty tricks, hedge funds can "unwind" their disclosed short positions, without ever having to exit their real short positions-- the ones that are actually super dangerous and putting them at risk of insolvency. They are going to do everything they can to get us to sell, up to and including fucking with the disclosed short interest % of float-- the number we're all watching.
So watch the short interest with a titanic-sized grain of salt. It could go up, it could go down, but it's likely not anywhere close to their real risk exposure either way.
My GME positions: 4 @ 329, 2 @ 325, 13 @ 272.
I originally bought in at $14 and sold at $19 like a paper-handed bitch.Now I'm holding until $10,000.
I'm an ape, I don't know what the fuck I'm talking about, this is not financial advice, do your own research, etc.
EDIT: if you have a lot of time on your hands and want some more research on how this works and maybe a little peek into what we're in for,... keep reading on reddit ➡
So, I (F18)work in a supermarket and recently my coworker (M50s?) asked for my phone number. We do talk at work quite often, and he’s never done anything to make me question, always been very nice and we have a laugh when work is slow. I’ve also been working with him for about a year so I mean I know him vaguely as a colleague. But he recently asked for my phone number - he did say how he wasn’t asking me out, but it didn’t sit great with me and I don’t think I want to be in contact with him out of work. I think this is fair enough. I’d been avoiding his asks for social media’s, saying ‘ah I don’t have X’ or ‘I don’t go on Y often’ but when he asked for my number I flat out said no.
Cue some awkward laughter because I’m an awkward teenager.
Here’s when I think I might be TA - walking back from a little job at the end of the day, he asked the time so I got out my phone which I always have on me. My dad had also texted for a lift so I replied to that quickly while walking with him, and he asked me why I wouldn’t give him my number if I had it on me? After more awkward laughing and me saying how I see him every week anyway, I still didn’t give it to him and he looked hurt. I feel like TA because he’s genuinely a nice guy and he does just want to be in contact, but I still said no.
Am I an asshole for still refusing to give him my number, even though he probably has nice intentions ? He did say it was only if I went away or was ill or something, and we’re all lonely (work is the only time anyone here can go out) but I just don’t think I want him to have my number. He asked 3 times this shift and I don’t know if he’ll carry on asking me /:
EDIT: thank you to everyone who responded! I felt so much stronger going in and seeing him today because of the support you internet strangers gave me :) Luckily he didn’t ask me again this shift, and I did consciously avoid him as lots of you said I should.
I didn’t end up talking to a supervisor, but I know if he ever tries something dodgy again I am prepared I’ve also got ‘the gift of fear’ as so many of you recommended, it’s an amazing read so thank you!
So yeah, this really blew up more than I was expecting and it’s really lovely that so many people cared enough to reply to me and my (now I realise stupid) worries of trying to protect someone who was making me so uncomfortable. So thank you! :))
This isn't something like inflated winrate due to having a low pick rate. Camille and malphite Darius have been the top dogs in top lane for a VERY long time. It may be a different story for jhin and kai'sa but those two combined almost have a 100% presence in games. There is also shit in mid lane like fizz and ekko that exist. But no nerf rammus guys he's too op
>Yuta Watanabe during an interview: “When I hear opponent coaches yelling ‘Don’t let No.18 (Yuta’s number) get open!’, I think to myself ‘Wow, I’m actually on their scouting report.’ and I get a little excited.”
This was in his response to a reporter asking whether he feels like he has started to be on opponents’ scouting reports recently.
The interview is in Japanese, and can be heard here from 7:54.