Article: Silver Lake AMC Bond Theory Falls Short, but Still Benefits Shareholders

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Silver Lake AMC Bond Theory Falls Short, but Still Benefits Shareholders

Tim Fries, 05 July 2021

Amid heightened margin trading requirements and greater scrutiny on GME/AMC stocks, investors continue to look under every rock for signs of institutional trickery. A theory which was notably gaining attention by retail investors stemming from a recent AMC filing and Silver Lake’s convertible notes was believed to have larger implications than what is now known.

Silver Lake’s AMC Bonds Explained
For the last couple of days, retail investors that comprise the so-called ‘meme’ stock circle of social media have been abuzz with the #AMCBonds hashtag. Although worrying at first, it didn’t quite pan out as vigilant retail traders first framed it. Continue reading “Article: Silver Lake AMC Bond Theory Falls Short, but Still Benefits Shareholders”

Article: Musk Denies Bitcoin ‘Pump And Dump’—And Says Tesla Will Resume Transactions Once This Mining Goal Is Reached

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Musk Denies Bitcoin ‘Pump And Dump’—And Says Tesla Will Resume Transactions Once This Mining Goal Is Reached

Jonathan Ponciano, 13 June 2021

As the cryptocurrency market’s weeks-long rout continues, Tesla’s billionaire CEO Elon Musk took to Twitter Sunday afternoon to refute claims that he engaged in a bitcoin pump-and-dump scheme earlier this year and said the electric-vehicle company would once again invest in the world’s largest cryptocurrency once its mining operations constitute a “reasonable” amount of clean energy usage. Continue reading “Article: Musk Denies Bitcoin ‘Pump And Dump’—And Says Tesla Will Resume Transactions Once This Mining Goal Is Reached”

Article: Can the US Economy Withstand a $3 Trillion Cash Injection?

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Can the US Economy Withstand a $3 Trillion Cash Injection?

Tim Fries, 12 April 2021

It is not often noted that the U.S. Treasury too injects the economy with cash flow, on top of various stimulus packages. With a precarious economic balance such as it is, excess liquidity may yet be another trigger to make inflation worse.

Controlled Demolition of the Economy
At this point, it’s safe to say this decade began with a string of anomalies colossal in scope. Novel, harsh lockdowns were introduced for a fast-spreading, largely unknown virus. This led to historic wealth transfer from workers to corporate conglomerates close to $4 trillion, not to be confused with the other historic wealth transfer from boomers to millennials. Continue reading “Article: Can the US Economy Withstand a $3 Trillion Cash Injection?”