Here is the short status report about what's going on in the studio.
What's being done right now:
Many other tasks are settled to be done in this year and it will be quite productive.
Thank you for your attention!
Title pretty much says it all. Despite now being in my 30s I’m still shocked at how many people view genuine feedback (even when presented sensitively) as a personal attack.
A real friend will not be afraid to call you out on your BS. Surrounding ourselves with sycophants just delays personal growth.
Edit: Apparently this opinion isn’t unpopular enough for some of you which is fine but you can quit commenting it now. Y’all are blowing up my inbox.
Disclaimer: I'm not giving you retards any financial advise whatsoever. I'm simply sharing my own opinion and research. You are free to make up your opinion and decide to do whatever you want with your money.
Elon Musk has been tweeting about GME. That brings TSLA buyers in, and a huge amount of wealth. What you saw in aftermarket was a glimpse of TSLA buyers.
Wednesday will rally. Thursday will rally. Friday will be even crazier. The $115 and $200 calls are very likely to expire ITM on Friday 1/29. Maybe even the newer 320 calls. This will trigger a gamma squeeze on Monday 2/1. Similar to the gamma squeeze of Monday 1/25!
Shorts lost $5B today 1/26 alone. Shares to borrow are rapidly tanking. Fees increasing. They are on their last rope. Older shorts are about to cover. Newer shorts probably just shit their pants. Melvin lost its $2.75B investment from yesterday (retards). Rumors of Melvin considering bankruptcy ahead of the short squeeze coming up -- they are about to lose their whole fund with the cover.
Again, the gamma squeeze happening on Monday 2/1. It's absolutely happening. Basically, this will force Market Makers to buy more shares of GME in order to cover for the 115$ and 200$ calls. More shares they buy, the less shares available to short. Meaning? SHORT SQUEEZE.
Short squeeze is on the near horizon. Could be this week/Friday. Next week. Or the week after. But the shorts are on their total last leg. Today was bloody for them.
So! Those 200c 2/19 calls look very yummy right about now. 320 calls are being released tomorrow as well. Just my opinion here.
positions: 300 GME shares
Anyone else getting the "payment status not available" from the Get My Payment page?
I know I'm eligible. I got the first payment deposited in April. I didn't switch banks or change any personal information. Yes, I did file 2019 taxes with TurboTax.
This is so frustrating.
Edit: 01/05/2021 11:17am. Status still unavailable.
Edit: 01/06/2021 2:25pm. Status still unavailable.
UPDATE!!!! My check was deposited around 9:15 am on Thursday, January 7th. I hope you all get yours soon!!!
The website still shows status not available.
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Currently, GME has 97,098 calls expiring tomorrow, that are currently ITM. That is 9,709,800 shares that need to be bought, by the sellers (usually MM), by the end of the day.
Todays entire volume was just 57M, mostly retail.
At 500/share this becomes 11 million shares. Theres absolutely no way they cover all that. That is over 2 billion dollars worth of buying, at 230/share. 5.5B at $500/share.
Rumor has it that at $600, Melvin goes tits up and get a margin call. Meaning they liquidate, and buy back their short.
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>Hey there, I'm using Signal!
When people switch to Signal they often have the problem to convince all their contacts from WhatsApp to do the same. I had that struggle too.
That's why I created something to put into my WhatsApp Status: around 20 slides explaining why to switch and why I am going to delete WhatsApp. I think it's better to be educational than pushy or insulting to get people to switch, so I tried it this way and successfully got my family and friends to switch to Signal.
Now I decided to share the slides with you and hope they help you too!
There are 2 versions for each language: One including a comment about GDPR (for EU citizens) and one that does not mention anything about GDPR (rest of world).
For UK users: u/Winnie_the_Pooch commented: "[...] use the EU version. Even though we’ve now left, the EU GDPR has (thankfully!) been enshrined in British law as the UK GDPR [...]". Lucky you!
But this does not change the facts mentioned in the slides about metadata etc.! So, why should you wait until may? On the other hand, you now have more time to convince your contacts to switch!
UPDATE: I updated each version like the following:
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The WSB subreddit isn’t taken down, it’s set to private. Too many bots, shills (NOK etc) were overwhelming the bots and Reddit’s server load. They’ve taken it down before to clean it up, implement new rules and structure. This is not an issue
There is a dramatic after hours drop right now. This is alright and due to paperhands who FOMOd, SEC fearmongering (of which they’ll do little), and other factors. AH volume is not even 10% of what it was yesterday.
European and Asian markets are not in play yet which typically provide a boost and will capitalize on this dip.
If you’re new, hold. If you’re like me and saw your 1/15 $30 calls drop to $40 before going to $5,600 the next day - you know to hold. The short squeeze has not been unwound, the gamma squeeze is still potentially happening. My theory is that they’re capitalizing on the FUD surrounding the WSB cleaning. Stay tuned here for updates.
I’ve been in for a long time, and watching the ticker and doing DD daily. I’ll try to answer questions - basic ones like “how do I buy” I’ll leave to Google.
PS - I’m not a mod so help me out, any non GME ticker can fuck off to a different Reddit - DOWNVOTE. Any person urging you to sell - DOWNVOTE. Trash is spilling over into this thread.
First papi supers jumping in now
06:45; looks like PAPI has cleared the keepstar, only subcaps remain on grid
BR as of now: https://fleetcom.space/battlereport/i2jkKngiPnDNvB3i5
The thought just popped into my head this morning. With my job, sometimes I have to work a ton, sometimes I have nothing to do for weeks. On days I have had a lot of calls, coworkers and supervisors take notice and preface requests by saying “I know you’ve had a long day with all those calls” or something along those lines.
I'd like to know the differences in political climate that lead to Nixon being maligned but Reagan revered among conservatives, since both had some pretty damning scandals during their Presidencies, yet the discrepancy between the blowback they received (one resigning, the other serving two full terms and then having his party secure the Presidency for another term) is stark, considering they're only one decade apart from each other. Is it the absence of a smoking gun in Reagan's case? Changing media landscape? Also would like to know if there were any serious efforts to impeach Reagan for Iran-Contra.
A common status-quo bias is judging anything new by much higher standards than the status-quo itself is ever held to. This is practically a hallmark of trying to discuss things with conservatives: their dismissal of anything they're not used to for being imperfect, despite what they're used to not being perfect either.
In posting about alternate ways to plan production, inevitably do I get some replies insisting any method but our current one is surely implausible because they can't imagine precisely how it might address some contrived problem they just thought of. The shortcomings of capitalism are meanwhile swept under the rug. In general, they act like capitalism is some gold standard of efficiency, and so any conceivable problem of an alternate is a net loss.
A defense enjoyed for its veneer of academic prestige is the idea that nothing but the capitalist price system could possibly create enough information to plan things by. There's no particular reason to believe this – it's just something they say – but let's take a step back and acknowledge what may well be an even more important point, which is that's not a high bar. We just have to do at least the job capitalism is already doing?
Letting rich people plan the economy is already terribly inefficient and fails all the time. It's not a gold standard just because it's the thing we're currently stuck with (and I do mean stuck).
The information gleaned from prices is very limited in scope to begin with, concerned only with demand that can be fulfilled in existing market conditions in a way that's profitable for the rich. The homeless, or those people who need healthcare they can't afford, are effectively invisible. Forget about any sort of public work or utility. The externalities of your actions can likewise be dismissed. (This alone is sufficient reason to demand a different system, since the externalities capitalists disregard are what's destroying us. The environment is only the most obvious form of this; it's a multifaceted problem that echoes throughout society. A conservative may appreciate the detrimental affect it has on culture: capitalists have no respect for you, your people, or your traditions; they just want you to consoome. The 'externalities' understanding is here applicable.)
The information implicitly created by our purchases isn't as useful as you've been led to think. Most consumption is pretty far from 'rational,' and what choi