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28.57-5.37 (-15.82%)
At close: 04:00PM EST
29.82 +1.25 (+4.38%)
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  • A
    Why are the latest reactions on AMC board 7 days old Yahoo Finance? And why did you delete this same message on AMC board twice in the last 15 minutes? Does it really contravene your code of conduct rules? Will you delete this one too for just asking a question?
  • e
    great news for AMC this weekend very bullish with Disney and maybe GME merge and a buy recommendation we'll see what happens Monday morning and a cup and handle are forming. GLTAA.
  • L
    Lance boil
    Ape family always looking for
    New family members
    Buy this week and get in line at
    The bank 🏦 uncle Kenny with
    Be there to pay up soon
  • Y
    eternals will be shown exclusively in movie theaters before heading to disney+
  • R
    AMC faithful — When the MOASS happens have a plan in place. Don’t sell off too early or all at once. Break your shares into traunches and liquidate them when you feel it’s right for you. My opinion is that if I were to begin selling under $1000 per share I’d not only be screwing my self but I’d be letting down my brothers here depending on me to hold. I am going to sell off in four separate chunks. The first over $1500+ and the last I’ll try to name my price or wait until the DTCC computer starts matching up buys to sellers at $100K. (I used to think that number was fantasy but after really doing my research I see now that it can really happen!). So, resist the urge to dump for a paltry amount like $500 ps. Only large institutional sellers will take this as a reasonable profit. Apes will (should) wait until the run immediately following the institutional sell off. Think all of this through before the balloon goes up gang and be ready! It could happen suddenly with no advance notice. Happy trading!
  • K
    Surrounded by nothing but great news, can't wait for tomorrow. We know that we own this and it's just a matter of time, patience is key. I have plenty of patience, see you Apes on the moon!
  • 💎🙌🏻 $AMC
    I'm extremely optimistic about AMC next week. Past $50 psychological barriers which will bring in new apes and lead to some gamma covering. Bullish

    13.95% up for the week.
    58% up for the month.
  • D
    We haven’t seen anything yet. Shorts haven’t covered. They will be forced to. Another day of reverse repo being over leveraged one trillion in borrowing my over 70 counter parties causing MOASS. Margin debt all time high. Correction soon in the markets will bring the squeeze
  • E
    Yahoo deletes my post too. All the time.
  • D
    AMC investors:

    It is so typical that hedge funds would be working even harder to drive price down by Friday.

    Many claim investor fatigue is impacting the share price but if that was the problem, hedge funds would not be diverting 67% of the volume to the dark pools. Look at buying volume of AMC in the dark pools. Investors are buying but hedge funds are parking the 'buy' orders in the order flow process while continuing to dump 'sell' orders on the open market.

    There will be some planned economic changes heading our way by January 2022 and as our country and economy are shaped into a new system, much of these changes will impact negatively impact the overall market, and of course, the stock market. AMC should prove to be among one of the best places to invest as it is backed by billions of synthetic shares.

    We know that the SEC, DTCC, FED and others are not here to help the retail investors. Hedge funds have the regulatory parties in their pockets and the squeeze will occur when a catalyst triggers a run-up in the price action.

    Of course, AMC should have squeezed by now but the SEC and DTCC have done everything in their power to give the hedge funds a 'leg up' on the retail investors while saying one thing but doing something different.
  • R
    another hit job from the same writer! this guy must be getting paid by the "shorts" crowd.


    Why AMC, Clover, and Other Meme Stocks Are Tumbling Today

    The notion that groups of individual investors can consistently organize efforts to push stock prices around is starting to crumble. At some point, companies must prove their stock's value. And, at some point, people will want to take profits.

    James Brumley


    Sep 8, 2021 at 1:49PM

    Author Bio

    What happened

    Shares of AMC Entertainment Holdings (NYSE:AMC), Skillz (NYSE:SKLZ), and Tonix Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ:TNXP) are down 1%, 6.5%, and 5.3% as of 1:30 p.m. EDT on Wednesday, with the fickle meme stock trading crowd reversing recent bullishness. Leading the charge for today's rout, however, is Clover Health Investments (NASDAQ:CLOV), down 12.7% as of mid-session.

    So what

    If you're looking for the headlines behind the moves, don't bother. There aren't any.
    As has been the case for the past few months, traders looking for a speculative edge are simply gathering around these stocks in an effort to collectively create the price action they desire, often by creating memes regarding these companies. Such efforts cause incredible price volatility.


    Many of these names -- like Clover this week -- have also been recently targeted as short-squeeze candidates. That's not a terribly bad bet right now either, to be fair, in that more than 7% of the outstanding shares of the health insurance company are currently tied up in short trades. That's enough short positions to prospectively spark en masse buying that drives the price sharply higher, if those short-sellers start becoming unnerved by a bit of bullishness. Tuesday's 15% jump for Clover shares didn't do the trick, however, with most of that gain being given back today.
    Shares of movie theater chain AMC Entertainment aren't really helping the broader bullish effort either. While one would expect this king of all meme stocks to soar following reports of record-breaking Labor Day weekend box office ticket sales, a bit of Tuesday's near-9% gain from AMC shares is also unwinding with Wednesday's1% sell-off. While that's hardly a devastating setback, the failure to follow through on Tuesday's advance is telling in and of itself.

    Of course, the broad market's sell-off today is also creating a headwind for these well-known meme stocks.

    Now what

    The advent of meme stock mania (and in particular, organized efforts to spark short squeezes) comes as no real surprise. If you give enough people enough time and the means of doing so, it's reasonable to expect them to capitalize on an opportunity -- including one they must plan out on one of the internet's more popular message boards. A little success on this front early this year prompted the trading crowd to replicate the effort.
    Regardless of the strategy's previous effectiveness, however, meme stock mania is losing steam. Not only are hedge funds and other managed investment pools now shoring up their risk exposure to short squeezes, traders are also running out of stocks they can push around.
    They're also running out of other buyers and bullish arguments.

    See, for most meme stocks to continue their rallies, new buyers must bring new money to the table to purchase shares from traders that have already scooped up the stock and are now looking to lock in a sizable profit. Enough people were willing to take such a swing early in the year when AMC was trading around $2 per share. Now that it's trading at more than $46 per share, however, would-be buyers are considerably less interested. Underscoring this idea is the fact that shares of Tonix Pharmaceuticals and Clover Health have yet to respond to the same rally driving strategies that -- at least for a while -- buoyed AMC stock. In a similar vein, Skillz shares have also stopped responding to the bullish prompts that drove the stock from around $11 per share in November of last year to February's high in excess of $46. They're now back near $11, unable to keep a rally going.
    There's something of a litmus test for the entire meme stock movement due this afternoon. Another meme stock company, GameStop (NYSE:GME), is slated to report its fiscal second-quarter numbers after today's closing bell rings. The numbers are important. But even more important is whether or not the trading crowd relaying on the web's popular message boards will be able to convince others to start and sustain a rally from GameStop. If it can, other meme stocks like AMC and Clover will remain at least somewhat in play. If it can't, it may well be a sign that the underlying strategy of individual traders targeting one ticker at a time is no longer effective. This in turn may sour most of them from even trying to do so, continuing the conversion of many of these meme names back to more conventionally priced stocks
  • J
    Jack Straw
    92,798 call options expired in the money. Nice hold.
  • G
    Everyone wants Christmas this year before December
  • K
    Apes - please follow these orders:
    1) Hold, hold hold do not sell
    2) Buy more if you can..average up
    3) get friends and family to do likewise, use social media in this effort to create a mania
    4) Do NOT believe any FUD or fall for hedge fund distractions

    If you do these things there will be a huge wealth transfer for ALL. It only works when retail apes unite and act together. All of our money have to be combined to take on the powerful big money. That simple.
  • j
    Sitting at work daydreaming of 33 million in my account so I could quit & travel the world 😩
  • D
    Time, evidence and data is on our side. Time is our most precious asset like 24 karat gold and class D diamonds
  • D
    Don't blame me!
    Indicators are sending a strong signal that we well close over $55 today. Don't be a mope. Buy and hold. We own the float.
  • M
    Robinhood Markets, Inc.
    payday is tomorrow, gonna buy myself 5 more shares to bring my position up to 30. #AMC
  • m
    I love it how Yapoo monitors posts
    Changing words
    Even adding on a question mark
    Relating to my last post regarding negative shorts comments
    C if they change any thing I just typed
  • R
    $HOOD $AMC
    WOW!!! Something may be brewing with a distribution deal of some kind between AMC and GME... THIS could be interesting...
    Meanwhile HOOD has become the Titanic, barely staying afloat with holes in its bow... And taking on water. I knew that Citadel couldn't maintain two fronts in their war against Retail Investors... AMC and HOOD... Trying to raise the price at Robin Hood so they can cash in, collect a lot of money to help pay for the impending AMC Squeeze, leaving retail investors holding the bag...
    Their other front, and one they are losing, is with the 4 million plus Apes at AMC. A HUGE ARMY of investors. They are failing at crashing the AMC share price to $1 like their stooges have claimed in the Media. Citadel could've bought out of this mess at $5/share but got greedy and power hungry. And NOW, just digging the hole deeper for themselves...
    Hark!!... What is that I hear? Is that the sound of shredding machines coming from the Citadel executive offices?!!
    Look, brothers and sisters, know one thing: