What fan theory do you 100% accept as true?
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True Short interest could be anywhere from 250% to 967% of the float. Yes NINE HUNDRED %

Edit: have passed on various comments to him so will reply once he gets back to me

So my colleague, who has no reddit account and wishes to be anonymous has been doing some maths (or math for you americans) in an attempt to back solve Short interest, using short volume & trading volume. The base behind his findings was that any short volume over 50% cannot be 100% covered that day... he just thought - how much can these short boys actually cover, if all shorts opened were intended to be covered...

Here's what he's worked out spoiler alert:>!shorts r fuk!<

So, I have been freaking the fuck out about this. I am of the belief that at one point, FINRA said the truth about SI%... Being 226% on the 15th of january. I had thought it was impossible to figure out what it was now, but then I started digging into the Short Volume.

At first, I had thought that it would be interesting if we could see how much they could have covered if 100% of long volume transfers went to covering shorts (Short Overflow)...

So then, I got a thought... let me manually import the short volume data since the 15th and see where this could go.

So from the FINRA report I got:

  • Short Volume
  • Short Exempt Volume
  • Exchanged Volume (Long Volume + Short Volume)

https://preview.redd.it/ufx7eqrg01m61.png?width=1158&format=png&auto=webp&s=82b07618b9136b4fce477e9d99a0f364d34664ce

From Yahoo Historical Data I got:

  • Total Trade Volume
  • Day's Closing
  • Day's low

Then I calculated this: Total Short Volume (SV + SEV)

  • Long Volume (ExV - SV)
  • SV% (TSV / EV)
  • Off Exchange Volume (TV - EV)
  • Short Overflow (TSV - LV)

I realized that this all cost them a fuck ton.

So I said: If they covered through calls, then they as an extreme minimum paid 40$/share for them AND only would do so when GME was on the way up as it would be a waste of money otherwise. Thus I made MinimalCost of OFF-Exchange as (OEV * $40).

If they covered through Long Volume on market, then we'd be able to estimate that CONSERVATIVELY by comparing the days low to the Daily long volume (Day's Low * LV).

Then came to the conclusion of the data:

I wrote down the FINVIZ float, the SI% from FINRA, and derived the Short Volume at the time. THEN, I made 3 tables:

  • Table 1: Shows how many Shorts are there at different intervals of covering on Off-market and On-market.
  • Table 2: Shows the cost of doing those coverings.
  • Table 3: Shows the new SI%.

https://preview.redd.it/8nex25fh01m61.png?

... keep reading on reddit ➑

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True Short interest in GEE EM EE could be anywhere from 250% to 967% of the float. Yes short sellers are that fucking retarded.

So my colleague wifes boyfriend, who has no reddit account and wishes to have no association with you autists, has been doing some maths (or "math" for you americans, or "fun hobby time" for our chinese autists) in an attempt to back solve Short interest, using short volume & trading volume. The base idea behind his findings was that any short volume over 50% cannot be 100% covered that day... so he just thought - how much can these short boys actually cover, if all shorts opened were intended to be covered...

Here's what he's worked out spoiler alert:>!shorts r more fuk than bears!<

"So, I have been freaking the fuck out about this. I am of the belief that at one point, FINRA said the truth about SI%... Being 226% on the 15th of january. I had thought it was impossible to figure out what it was now, but then I started digging into the Short Volume.

At first, I had thought that it would be interesting if we could see how much they could have covered if 100% of long volume transfers went to covering shorts (Short Overflow)...

So then, I got a thought... let me manually import the short volume data since the 15th and see where this could go.

So from the FINRA report I got:

  • Short Volume
  • Short Exempt Volume
  • Exchanged Volume (Long Volume + Short Volume)

https://preview.redd.it/qvqwl2rw31m61.png?width=1158&format=png&auto=webp&s=7fb1fbc9c5fbb7971d179d9f982ad75d54287d63

From Yahoo Historical Data I got:

  • Total Trade Volume
  • Day's Closing
  • Day's low

Then I calculated this: Total Short Volume (SV + SEV)

  • Long Volume (ExV - SV)
  • SV% (TSV / EV)
  • Off Exchange Volume (TV - EV)
  • Short Overflow (TSV - LV)

I realized that this all cost them a fuck ton.

So I said: If they covered through calls, then they as an extreme minimum paid 40$/share for them AND only would do so when GME was on the way up as it would be a waste of money otherwise. Thus I made MinimalCost of OFF-Exchange as (OEV * $40).

If they covered through Long Volume on market, then we'd be able to estimate that CONSERVATIVELY by comparing the days low to the Daily long volume (Day's Low * LV).

Then came to the conclusion of the data:

I wrote down the FINVIZ float, the SI% from FINRA, and derived the Short Volume at the time. THEN, I made 3 tables:

  • Table 1: Shows how many Shorts are there at different intervals of covering on Off-market and On-market.
  • Table 2: Shows the cost of doing those coverings.
  • Table 3: Shows the new SI%.

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... keep reading on reddit ➑

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