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  1. “Wow, so this is an unbelievable price to get in” 🤣

  2. Charts mean nothing, especially when the performance of the stock is dependent upon negative news catalysts regarding a disease.

  3. You guys idolize this dude and I never get why. He frontloads, tweets the ticker, it spikes, lets you all jump in for liquidity, sells to you, and then laughs at the bags he left you all holding as it dips back down.

  4. It’s just another low float despac where most people will only buy options. Thin float doesn’t matter when there’s barely any volume. Everyone just wants to flip some options and leave rather than buy the stock.

  5. Casually throwing Aterian into the same conversation as Amazon and Shopify is just hilarious.

  6. “We own the float” but also “guys come buy some shares and hodl with us” 😂

  7. You salty dipshit. Quit raining on our parade. You’re the saltiest ater bear I have ever met

  8. It's inevitable. I'm in this and TYDE atm which seem to be heavily shorted. It'd be interesting to see how parallel the TYDE ortex numbers looked compared to this chart

  9. Everytime there's a naked short, it borrows from the money they don't have from the money they don't have, so on and so forth. At a point in time there's a sort of 'big crunch' and when that happens the expanding circles get to the point where they can't expand anymore and are resilient enough to push back. The push back is the inevitable part of what question was.

  10. Ah yes, I’ve heard this many times before. But then it never happens.

  11. There’s nothing less I’d rather spend my time doing than get “TA advice” from someone in this sub.

  12. He’s mad ater is a solid company and here to stay 💀 dude is mad I have conviction in the plays I enter lol didn’t know I mattered so much to a total stranger . living In his head rent free lol

  13. I doubt anyone is mad about not having any of a stock you happen to be too emotionally invested in.

  14. If I gave you all the reasons I would be here all day in the comment section 🤣💎💵🫶 love the GATER community and high si high dtc 8.24 according to fintel and retail owns the float . Retail is here to stay ! 🥊🍋🐊

  15. “Retail owns the float”.. hmm where have I heard that before? Probably a couple other tickers with delusional subreddit echo chambers.

  16. It’s not even been a week since we found out about the share buyback. Cost to borrow has increased, and open interest on the call options exceeds the float many times over.

  17. It’s so obvious when you all just decide to come and post something like this in the sub and give each other words of encouragement 😂

  18. You are right on. Its not over just cooling off... as long as data supports it. Look at rdbx people said that was over 100s of times

  19. RDBX is over. One day of movement and you think it’s still going to get squeezed?

  20. Yeah. I finally made the upgrade yesterday. Make my purchase, send it to my Pera wallet for .002 algo, done.

  21. The problem with retail jumping in biotechs like these (with low float), is that no one mentions the likelihood of an offering in the event of upwards movement.

  22. You can check for these things at sec.gov. search the ticker, find out if and when they can dilute. Don't be dumb money.

  23. Most don’t do that. That’s why I said what I said 😂

  24. There’s no “we” in this. People need to get over that notion in this sub. If you present good enough information, people are more likely to take a position.

  25. So they should change the name to investingwithDD instead of short squeeze.

  26. No, that’s not my point. The point is that if you want people to believe in your short squeeze thesis, you should provide them with information that supports that thesis.

  27. The short percentage provided by Ortex is wrong, as it often is when it comes to spac plays. They haven’t taken into account the buyback that occurred last Friday, which I believe was a significant chunk of the float. That makes the short interest much higher than it appears.

  28. I would wait on some kind of positive news before even considering buying. To be Frank, I doubt I will ever consider buying this or anything related to BBIG. The current situation is one of huge uncertainty, in a sector that is already getting destroyed.

  29. A $20M company with no financial information, no actual product, and no projections. So best treated as a startup.

  30. I just don’t understand how the glaringly obvious (deliberate or not) misdirections they gave their shareholders time and time again didn’t signal to any of those people holding this that holding onto it was a bad idea.

  31. If you can afford 100 shares, buy them and start selling calls man; it’s easy money. Premiums are pretty damn good for GME. You can just keep rinsing and repeating and recover any losses.

  32. Yeah for sure. The real move is to find the ones with high premium at unrealistic price ranges. Given the price is as high as it is currently with GME and price action being more volatile, I might try that with AMC after earnings, because I expect some kind of bull run unless the market dumps off again. What broker do you usually sell them through?

  33. RH are pieces of shit, but they are the easiest if you want to get approved ASAP for options trading. Also, you’re not going to get robbed there like others who are buying options. If you know the Greeks, you’ll learn which is the best call to sell.

  34. Yeah I’ve had difficulty getting options approved through Fidelity in the past. I would assume your strategy is probably mostly related to delta? Low delta options with high IV?

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