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Gamestop Corp
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Sunday January 31, 2021
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No, you're missing the point. Regardless, you and OP both refer to the opportunity to do certain things, without any track record or indication that GME will be able to execute successfully. I'm not arguing that GameStop DOESNT have these opportunity or competitive advantage to do certain things. But the opportunity to do something vs. having done something are two totally different things
about 3 hours ago
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It’s ok brother, you were the catalyst GME needed. Look where we are, you can see the moon now
about 4 hours ago
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I don't think you're considering the advantage of bricks and mortar locations that GME can capitalize on for a pivot to ecommerce: In-store pickup. Faster than Prime and easier for trade-ins. GME has over 4,000 locations. There's a gamespot for every Bestbuy, Walmart and Target in any given city. Their favorable position for trade-ins is also a huge factor for driving disc sales. That also means that GME, in keeping all those stores stocked, has an insane amount of experience and infrastructure already in place for ecommerce logistics. The entire business can shift focus easily and with minor adjustments. The pivot doesn't require them to become the gamer version of Amazon and they can eschew the need for fulfillment centers while minimizing shipping costs by leveraging the number and spread of their locations.
about 4 hours ago
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Traded GME all day just to watch the new Spongebob movie all night. The autism is there. The logic is also there.
about 6 hours ago
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Delete the twitter or you'll ruin gme
about 6 hours ago
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Days to cover is just a ratio -- it's not meant to predict how long it would takes all shorts to cover. I don't even think that during a short squeeze all (or even most) shorts cover -- just the ones that will become insolvent if they don't. It's impossible to tell how much of a day's given volume is shorts covering vs regular trades. The only hints we get come later via brokerage data and other data sources (I'm not keyed into these sources). In general, though, shorts covering will be demand on the stock, which should in theory raise prices. I'm honestly not in GME for the squeeze, which may or may not happen. It might just be a slow weeks long covering (like TSLA), or maybe it'll be an explosion, or maybe the shorts will keep their positions for years to come. At this point, I like the way GME is heading, and it's just a huge bonus that there are so many people betting against it that will either need to cover (meaning more demand for the stock), or at the very least will not short any more (meaning less negative price manipulation).
about 7 hours ago
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Selling GME until Twitter acc is removed
about 8 hours ago
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I've subscribed to shortsights real time short interest data: [https://www.reddit.com/r/wallstreetbets/comments/l2aamn/gme\_real\_time\_short\_interest/](https://www.reddit.com/r/wallstreetbets/comments/l2aamn/gme_real_time_short_interest/)
about 8 hours ago
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RETARD REPORTING FOR DUTY SIR [future of gme](https://imgur.com/a/As1sXmI)
about 9 hours ago
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A day late to this and way late to GME, but I went the CC route with gme last week. Buy/Write $35.8 in on shares and collect $3.68 premium on $34C. I did this on a Thursday with a 1DTE contract. On Friday I rolled the $34C out 1 week and up to $38 strike and still took a net credit on it. I did the same today on half of my positions rolling out 1 more week and up to $40C strike for another net credit. Tomorrow I'm planning to do the same for the other half. Effective cost is already below $30 for owning these shares for 4 market days with original buy in at $35.8. Insane premiums.
about 9 hours ago
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