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POST this up. a Naked short solder EXPOSED this 6 months before people even knew GME
On February 4th 2020 at 9.52 am @g_ham27 posted the information on GME the stock closed at $4.07 They posted The data on the naked shorts and how big it was and that when it starts LOOK out
u/stewartoregon, Reddit, 11 hours ago
To whom it may concern,
I have started looking for articles on companies that Anson Funds apparently holds a large short position in (using the list from a previous post on BurnedByAnsonFunds) and began noticing The Globe and Mail seems to have critical articles about many of them…
Tyler Durden, Zero Hedge, 24 February 2021
Lots of charts, Melvin Capital is fucked. Great day.
As if the establishment ignoring Janet Yellen’s clear ties to Citadel wasn’t enough to help you lose faith in the Wall Street swamp this year, we’ll do you one better. Former SEC Chair Jay Clayton has officially been hired by Apollo Global Management, just weeks after stepping down as SEC chair.
Apollo is, of course, the firm whose CEO, Leon Black, was found to have paid child sex offender Jeffrey Epstein $158 million.
Reddit, 17 February 2021
As usual, Bloomberg posting some truth embedded in a sea of lies and narrative.
“GameStop stock, for months among the most heavily shorted on the New York Stock Exchange, surged more than 1,700% from Jan. 1 through Jan. 27 as a legion of Reddit users piled on, forcing bearish traders to scramble for shares and brokers to take the highly unusual step of curbing trading.”
Apparently “unusual” is the new term for “illegal” 🤦🏻♂️
Criag Hemke, SprottMoney, 16 February 2021
It has been a long ten years, but it seems that the investing world is finally beginning to realize that the globally-recognized prices of gold and silver are managed and manipulated by the Bullion Banks, which operate as market makers within the fraudulent fractional reserve and digital derivative pricing scheme.
Hedge Fund Sues Brokers Alleging Naked Shorting In Now Defunct Concordia Health
Tyler Durden, Zero Hedge, 16 February 2021
Several major international brokers have been sued by a Bermuda hedge fund that claims the brokerages coordinated “abusive” naked short selling and spoofing strategies in US and Canadian markets. The suit revolves around the former Concordia Health, which was highly leveraged and ultimately went bankrupt after controversy about price gouging.
CIBC, Bank of America, UBS and TD Bank are among those named as defendants in a lawsuit filed by Harrington Global Opportunity Fund in the US District Court for the Southern District of New York, according to Securities Finance Times.
Wall Street may own the country, as Kansas populist leader Mary Elizabeth Lease once declared, but a new generation of “retail” stock market traders is fighting back.
Ellen Brown, SheerPost, 10 February 2021
A short squeeze frenzy driven by a new generation of gamers captured financial headlines in recent weeks, centered on a struggling strip mall video game store called GameStop. The Internet and a year off in this shut down to study up have given a younger generation of investors the tools to compete in the market. Gerald Celente calls it the “Youth Revolution.” A group of New York Young Republicans who protested in the snow on January 31 called it “Re-occupy Wall Street.” Others have called it Occupy Wall Street 2.0.
Before you go crying about “What does this company do? Where are the PRs? Fundmentals?”… We all saw what a short squeeze can do to share price.
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As The Country Burns, Citadel’s Founder Spends $100 Million On A Painting
ZeroHedge, 4 June 2020
While the country burns and millions of Americans scramble to figure out how they’re going to survive once supplemental unemployment benefits expire, Citadel founder Ken Griffin has just dropped a $100 million nut – nearly half the amount he dropped on a Central Park penthouse, and roughly equivalent to the cost of his wintertime Palm Beach Mansion – on a contemporary painting by American artist Jean Michel Basquiat, who died of a drug overdose in 1988.
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