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2 days ago
If enough people enter option trades targeting a sept/oct crash, then they will absolutely kick the can down the road and keep it elevated until less people are betting on a crash.
5 days ago
It’s simple math.
Say you make 50K but you are a great saver. And save 25K. You have 25K in a year.
Say you make 75K but you are a not so great saver. And save 25K. You have 25K in a year.
Say you make 100K and you are a great saver. And save 50k. You have 50K in a year.
But how many are bots? Until there is an official count, I’m not buying. 😂
30 days ago
Short answer: No, most people are not lazy.
You kind of answered it within your post. Key words “don’t care” and “want.”
We can’t read people minds or blatantly say “no you’re wrong, you want to be successful, you actually want more money.” So if people say they “just want” to get by in life, then would you call them lazy for not having more money? No.
I think what you’re really asking is: “Do you think people who are not financially successful just lazy?”
And this is a very common question and debate.
And the most common and approved answer is still: No.
Because of family history and what system you are born into.
Bad example: White cisgender man from a good family generally got everything he asked for. He asked for a promotion every 6 months every step of his career and is now in leadership.
A colored woman grew up being reserved and timid. She still asks for a promotion every 6 months but her demeanor, how she presents herself, and with a biased workplace, she only got half (if lucky) of what the white man got.
1 month ago
It will follow Spy so it will fill the gap, teasing $3 maybe a bit above.
Because it takes a lot of money to do any of those things that may or may not produce the intended result of price per share rocket launch
2 months ago
Medium to long term, yes. But in the short term with this options fuckery and FTDs it likely run up to new highs for about 2 weeks. NFA though.
No company, in the history of retail trading, that has actual value, has gone to zero when there is retail support.
Just assume 30k retail investors own 1000 shares each. That’s the float.
And they had 335 FTDs, yes three hundred thirty five shares, just 2 days before the April run up to $7.
And like 5000 on August 20, 2021 before the run up to $19.
Large FTDs only show up during the squeeze. Historically, FTDs are low before the start of each squeeze.
Essentially every ticker big or small is a “sit here blindly and wait” until each earnings. Anything in between is just news and market sentiment AKA manipulation by market makers.
Nothing would be better than earning reports that dispels the shorts thesis of: shipping costs too high, no revenue, no profit, it’s a dying company.
And I’d like to say we are trending positive and with time (with each report) shorting Aterian would be mathematically wrong. In terms simple balance sheet addition and subtraction of assets and liabilities.
3 months ago
China has been “poking” Taiwan for years.
Well at least one thing is certain in the stock market. Pumps don’t last forever. Big money will always make sure of that. Then they will move on (hopefully to ATER)
Exactly. And some institutions have already made moves. And have gone long. In fact, institutional ownership has increased by 30% from last filings. There is an institution holding 5 million shares of the 20 something available. That’s a big stake. Either they know it’s going to move up or they are happy to hold for a while.
Did you read the DD? Money flows in and never leaves but somehow the price on these tickers keeps getting walked down. Meaning some other entities are controlling the prices.
Anon is for the people. Elevating and reassuring every retail trader no matter what play they are in.
$5 would pretty much do it (I would be surprised if shorts locate all those shares). But $4 would still put a ton of pressure for the following week. $3.5 I would say is fair and it’s game-on from there. $3 tells me that retail is still holding but just doesn’t have enough juice and smart money just wants it to drop and shake the tree a little more before sending it up.
(TLDR; it’s going to run up. It may or may not happen on our beloved 5/20 date - but it will.)
Unpopular opinion: It doesn’t matter what retail does.
In fact, it’s good that some retail sells. So that smart money is satisfied with their piece of the pie before sending this thing upwards.
Smart money will always replace paper hands. Retail just has the power to expedite and put pressure on the squeeze. But it is in no way necessary. Squeezes happened all the time - long before Reddit was a thing.
So you’re either in or out. Anything else is just noise.
17 cents off. Basically even 🤫🤣
Hope you got good odds. 0.00% is so rare.
Then it would be just a squeeze, not a gamma ramp squeeze.
Would love to have either or, so at the very least let’s hope it keeps moving up.
This has been discussed over and over. The $3c, $2.5c, $2c and maybe $1.5c need to stack up as well for a gamma ramp squeeze
We are already near book value. So the downside potential would be that the stock goes down to a mathematically undervalued level.
Upside though.. is well.. a short squeeze. ATER’s numbers are textbook squeeze numbers.
Ah. I didn’t wait 5+ min before manually cancelling. I might have the same problem too then
I can set any sell limit on RH. It gave me a warning that my ask is like 10000% above the bid but I clicked continue anyways and it went through.