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The AMC Squeeze 💎🙌: Convertible What?
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What's going on moon gang we're back at it again with another ape nation update on today's episode, we'll be talking about robin hood. They seem to be even in hotter water, we'll be going over convertible bonds and, of course, we'll be doing a quick breakdown of both amc and gme. So, let's hop right into it. Amc closed out the day at 54, 22 and jimmy closed out the day at 204.

36. Just you know, as a quick public service announcement tomorrow on friday, it's a normal trading day, but then, on monday july 5th the market will be closed for an observation of the july 4th holiday right here, robin hood's ipo following reveals the u.s attorney's office executed a Search warrant for ceo, vlad 10 and cell phone man they're in the headlines again and not in a good way. The warrant was executed after the company's temporary restricted trading. During the gamestop frenzy, robin hood said that the incident harmed its brand and listed it as a risk factor for the company.

Well, maybe you shouldn't do these type of sketchy things if you think it's going to hurt your brand, that kind of makes sense. Robin hood revealed in its s1 following that the u.s attorney's office launched a search warrant for ceo of vlad attended cell phone, the company which publicly filed for an ipo on thursday. Honestly as a quick side note for me, i don't really like messing around with ipos. I'm more of a chart technical trader - and this is an ipo - i am definitely definitely 100, avoiding at all cost.

So anyway, robin hood listed the search warrant for tenant's personal cell phone as a potential risk factor for investors looking to buy share in the company yeah. It's a risk factor because who knows what they're gon na find they might uncover something that we're all suspecting that robin hood might be doing illicit immoral, potentially illegal things. So i would list that as a risk factor as well on wednesday, robin hood was slapped with a 70 million dollar fine by finra. I covered that in yesterday's update video for misleading customers and system outages that the agency said hurt robin hood's customers and its public filing the startup said it will likely incur similar fines in the future.

One more time the startup said it will likely incur similar fines in the future. For me, that's not necessarily something i want to invest in the s1 following is one of the first comprehensive looks at robinhood's financials in 2020. Its revenues grew 245 percent to hit 959 million, while it's reverse losses to post to a 6.3 million profit, though the first quarter of 2021 saw a 1.4 billion dollar loss ahead of the retail trading saga. Well, it's one of those things it seems like karma is catching back up to them.

So that's a quick update of what's going on with robin hood, their ceo and also the ipo that they just filed for now. Let's switch this over to convertible bonds, so once in a while every so often we see a certain storyline, really grip, this, the the entire community and it catches on and right now, that's one that's going on with bonds and we finally got some answers about these Convertible bonds - and this is right from uh john merriweather, the vice president of investor relations at amc. So i would classify this as a verified source, and just so you know this is an email response to someone on twitter shout out to jesse a thanks for the email. Amc currently does not have any convertible notes and hasn't had any convertible notes since early 2021.


Just to know a convertible note, aka convertible bond, the filing earlier in the week, was an administrative filing that cleaned up the s3 related to the underlying shares associated with the 600 million convertible loan from silver lake in 2018, silver lake converted there in debt into equity And sold the equity in 2021, so withdrawing an obsolete registration statement is simply a housekeeping matter. There is no impact on the company, be safe and well john. So right there, this convertible bond thing. It's just right here, it's a housekeeping matter and i just want to bring this up because i i think this community.

Sometimes we see these things, it takes everyone's attention and it really builds up expectations and then we're lit down, because what we've seen from january, until now, whenever someone has called out a specific date, a specific price, and especially the combination of those two - it's never been Met - and we see this series over and over again where expectations go high, it doesn't come to fruition and then people feel a sense of defeated so right there. I i don't want this to be another thing with the convertible note, convertible bond thing, because right here, it's just a housekeeping matter. It's not anything going on in the background. It's just not a thing and that's okay, because there's a lot of positive things.

We still have going. I just don't want this to be an expectation, that's built out, and then we all feel let down when it doesn't become a reality, speaking of which here is what's going on with amc and why i'm still a fan of what's going on for me, we don't Have to get into the weeds of things like convertible bonds when it could be as basic as is the chart trending in your favor, and is there still a considerable short interest well for number one right here: amc trading at 54. we bounce off the bottom of This wedge so we're still consolidating, but ever since the run-up, as of now, we are up 350. That is beyond very, very good, so we're consolidating at a beautiful price.

I, like the bounce off of the bottom of the wedge, who knows looking in the future, we might be looking back at this video and be like man that was the buying opportunity at 5250. Bounce bounce bounce bounce, like the stock, has really reacted to this region. Before once again, today, it reacted to it and it was also the bottom of the wedge. So we're looking for that to follow through test this top break out.


We have 60 to 62, then 65 and then 72 past, that we'll just be looking for price discovery to play itself out and there's really no saying how high it could possibly go in the event that there is a breakdown below this wedge. I would be looking first for support around 48. We have this low, then we have a little bit of support at 45, but we have this major support around 40.. I'm just trying to give you the technical levels in all possible outcomes for what's going on with the current wedge.

But overall i want to reiterate: i really really like this bounce off of 52 and i'm looking for the follow through upward and the break for an official breakout of this bullish pennant in terms of its vortex numbers. Today it was pretty much net neutral. The short interest is sitting around 18.2 percent. The utilization is 87.

I want to talk about utilization because i think there's some confusion around it. Remember utilization is the amount of shares on loan divided by the total loanable shares x, divided by y, and both of these numbers are dynamic. So obviously, the shares on loan can go up and down in a day and the total loanable amount of shares can also go up and down a day and that's why you hear a lot of people saying that they want to turn off their share loaning program On whatever their brokerage happens to be so right here, just a rough estimate of numbers since we're at 86 percent. That means about right now, there's roughly 15 million shares that could still go out on loan that are willing to be lend out at this moment, but they're not officially on loan.

So that's how you would interpret that number shares on loan around 95 million, and i just want to point out this. Another thing i was saying was like: i think some people were trying to spread fud and scare people about how the short interest is dropping yeah from june 29th to june 30th. It did drop. It went from 19.2 percent to 18.2 percent, but look at the overall trend.

Ever since june, 8th we've been going up the fact that we went from 11 all the way up to 19 considerable gain. In fact, it's almost 50. I think it's okay, that it came down one percent it. It doesn't really bother me whatsoever in terms of gamestop we're still watching this region.

Not much has changed with the technical breakdown of gme. We still have the support between 200 and 210. We want it to recapture 225 and then test 240. if it breaks below 200.

The next major support is going to be around 180 185 ish in terms of its vortex numbers same thing, the borrow change was pretty much net neutral, short interest, 19.54 utilization, 20.82 and really its shares on loan and its estimated short interest has mainly been going sideways. So not too much of a trend there pretty much flat across the board. One quick thing i wanted to add about amc uh, just a little interesting thing here for the end, we're seeing more and more action for the december 2021 and january 2022 options once again. Today a considerable amount of money going back and forth and i don't really know what they're doing for the position.


It seems like they're, creating it and then unwinding it very quickly. But whatever is going on. There's big money moving for december of 2021 and january of 2022 as it relates to amc in the options market, so definitely something worthwhile for us to keep our eyes on at a minimum. So, overall, that's a wrap up for you, robin hood still in hot water.

This convertible bond thing - i think it's just another scenario and when people are building up expectations that it's a little bit misinformed. So for me, i'm not really following the storyline that much uh, because there's other things such as amc's chart and the short interest that still make me really really happy with my position and in terms of gamestop we're looking for it to hold at 200. With all that being said, i'd love to get your thoughts on amc and gme in a comment below, and you know about all that good youtube algorithm stuff. If you want to help me out, and until i catch you next time for me and chair best of luck in the markets, you.


20 thoughts on “Robinhood in trouble again”
  1. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Díor Don says:

    ATTENTION ALL APES Join r/WealthyApes

    it’s a POST MOASS GROUP to talk business ideas, new investments, real estate, etc… 🚀🌌

  2. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Hammad S says:

    Suggestions? I need to switch out of Questrade bcuz they have so many bugs in their system. I'm in Canada and trade US stocks

  3. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars roben goodall says:

    Anyone thinking that hedgefunds aren’t ready for the stupidity of retail trying to buy puts on Robinhood deserves to lose their money.

  4. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars John says:

    IMO RH stock is gonna take off. They're bringing in a ton of cash. A few(70+) million in fees they'll just brush off

    Until they start bleeding customers, $HOOD is a strong buy. BTW, I can't believe people are still on the platform

  5. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars David Seo says:

    Do shorts have unlimited time to cover? Like can they just keep shorting shorting shorting for the next 20 years before they cover?

  6. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars George Da Patio Guy says:

    It seems like the prime brokers are responsible for this mess. Honestly, I think the AMC squeeze could be so big it could crash the stock market. Something really big is about to happen. We need our bread so we can buy the massive dip the market will take. Stay ready and learn everything you can about the stock market. AMC and all apes big and small 🦍🦧🐒🐒 to the moon. 🚀🚀🚀🤑

  7. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars ColbyoThaFlair (AK iLLMATiK) says:

    MY ACCOUNT JUST GOT HACKED 7/1 (yesterday) ON ROBINHOOD! ROBINHOOD IS TAKING FOREVER TO CONTACT ME BACK😡😡

    I WISH I WENT TO WEBULL A LONG TIME AGO💯

  8. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Hola! Big Vantes says:

    Dude you're getting annoying with this Robinhood hate. How do you think most apes buy AMC? you are literally trying to kill the company that we need in this fight! And btw webull ALSO RESTRICTED BUYING OF GME JUST LIKE ROBINHOOD so please STFU about your hate for Robinhood. Thank you

  9. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars WHATSKraKin says:

    NOT Financial ADVICE but a good read
    For all of the new baby apes. I know a lot of you have questions, and I thought it would be helpful to provide you with some overall context to understand the significance of the movement you just joined.
    Here’s the cliff note version. Covid hit last March and a couple of big hedge funds concocted a plan to drive AMC into bankruptcy by “shorting” it and make a ton of money in the process.

    You “short” a company when you think the value of the stock is going to go down. When the country locked down and AMC closed their doors and their revenue literally went to $0 overnight, it was a no brainer play for the hedge funds.
    So they started borrowing millions and millions of shares from brokers and sold them “short” at the market price at the time, and they pocketed the cash from the sale. The idea is that the stock price will drop, you can buy them back later at a lower price, and then return the borrowed shares to the broker and keep the difference. If the company goes bankrupt, the stock goes to $0 and they don’t have to buy anything back at all and keep everything. This is what they were banking on. They’ve done this to company after company over the years, and they saw this as a sure thing as any.

    Well a bunch of people on Reddit (affectionately known as “Apes”) noticed they were trying to drive AMC, GameStop and many other retail and mortar stores into bankruptcy, and banded together to buy up all the available shares, driving up the share price. This resulted in the mini squeeze in January. But Apes didnt sell after that. And the hedge funds didn’t cover their short positions either (I.e. buy back the millions of shares they had borrowed and sold short).

    The Apes kept buying and buying, and holding and holding, and once the real shares were all bought up, the hedge funds doubled, tripled and quadrupled down on their short position and started making synthetic shares (IOUs) and selling those shares into the market trying to drive the price down. When the price dropped, instead of selling like the hedge funds wanted them to, Apes said “thank you very much for the discount” and kept buying more and holding. Nobody has sold for the past 5 months since the movement really got started in January, and more and more people are jumping in and adding more everyday.

    Now because of all of the synthetic IOU shares the hedge funds have created to keep shorting AMC, us Apes likely own more way more shares than are actually supposed to exist (as much as 6x-8x by some estimates). But real or synthetic, each share the hedge funds sold short is a liability on their books that must be bought back in order to close out their position.

    They literally have hundreds of millions of shares, possibly billions, to buy back, and we own them all. They have to buy them back eventually, and every day that the borrowed short shares are still on loan, the hedge funds are paying interest to the brokers they borrowed them from. Meanwhile it costs us nothing to hold.

    Things started to come to a head a couple weeks ago because the interest rate on the borrowed shares was reported to be as high as 250% (1-2% is normal for your average stock), so the hedge funds are collectively paying hundreds of millions of dollars every day just to hold their position, and a lot of them are starting to miss the payments and margin calls could be coming very soon.

    That’s when the fun starts. At that point, the broker forces them to buy back all of the hundreds of millions of shares they have borrowed and sold short, because the broker doesn’t want the hedge funds’ recklessness to fall onto them. And remember, the Apes own all the shares and aren’t selling. The hedge funds can only buy a share for what an Ape is willing to sell it for, and us Apes really love our shares.

    Once the margin calls start, the computers just start buying back all of the shares at the best available price no matter what that price may be. They all have to be bought back. Everything must be settled. And if the cheapest price an ape is willing to sell for is 1,000, or 10,000 or 100,000, well then that’s what the hedge funds will be forced to buy the borrowed shares back for in order to close out their position.

    Apes are going to hold and hold and hold driving up the price further and further to make the hedge funds bleed as much as possible until they are inevitably forced to buy back their millions of shares. They will need to buy our shares, and we set the price. And remember, it costs us nothing to hold. This movement has been building for the past 5 months, but you just heard about it yesterday. One thing Apes don’t do is set dates for the squeeze. Nobody knows when it will happen, all we know for sure is that the math says it’s inevitable as long as we hold.

    I only see three possibilities as to how this all plays out:

    1. AMC goes bankrupt and the hedgies win (please note this is not going to happen. AMC has enough liquidity to last them through 2022 and the most passionate shareholder base in the universe. Not to mention a pretty badass CEO who has completely embraced the new shareholder base)

    2. Hedge funds are somehow able to meet their daily margin payments to avoid being margin called, and they strategically close out their short positions over time, causing a sustained Tesla type squeeze over a period of a year or more (remember, apes aren’t selling until we’re at the moon)

    3. Hedge funds will be margin called and forced to buy everything all at once and we’ll have the most violent squeeze in the history of short squeezes. The price is infinite as long as apes hold.I wouldn’t bet on #1, #2 will require patience, and #3 will be absolute insanity (and in my personal non-financial advisor opinion is the most likely outcome). Either way, we’re winning the battle. This beautiful movement is growing by the day, and we can hold longer than they can.

    Never before has anything like this happened where millions of regular people have been able to band together to take on the billionaires who have been screwing them over time and time again

  10. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Miguel Gonzalez says:

    *NOT Financial ADVICE **but a good read
    For all of the new baby apes. I know a lot of you have questions, and I thought it would be helpful to provide you with some overall context to understand the significance of the movement you just joined.
    Here’s the cliff note version. Covid hit last March and a couple of big hedge funds concocted a plan to drive AMC into bankruptcy by “shorting” it and make a ton of money in the process.

    You “short” a company when you think the value of the stock is going to go down. When the country locked down and AMC closed their doors and their revenue literally went to $0 overnight, it was a no brainer play for the hedge funds.
    So they started borrowing millions and millions of shares from brokers and sold them “short” at the market price at the time, and they pocketed the cash from the sale. The idea is that the stock price will drop, you can buy them back later at a lower price, and then return the borrowed shares to the broker and keep the difference. If the company goes bankrupt, the stock goes to $0 and they don’t have to buy anything back at all and keep everything. This is what they were banking on. They’ve done this to company after company over the years, and they saw this as a sure thing as any.

    Well a bunch of people on Reddit (affectionately known as “Apes”) noticed they were trying to drive AMC, GameStop and many other retail and mortar stores into bankruptcy, and banded together to buy up all the available shares, driving up the share price. This resulted in the mini squeeze in January. But Apes didnt sell after that. And the hedge funds didn’t cover their short positions either (I.e. buy back the millions of shares they had borrowed and sold short).

    The Apes kept buying and buying, and holding and holding, and once the real shares were all bought up, the hedge funds doubled, tripled and quadrupled down on their short position and started making synthetic shares (IOUs) and selling those shares into the market trying to drive the price down. When the price dropped, instead of selling like the hedge funds wanted them to, Apes said “thank you very much for the discount” and kept buying more and holding. Nobody has sold for the past 5 months since the movement really got started in January, and more and more people are jumping in and adding more everyday.

    Now because of all of the synthetic IOU shares the hedge funds have created to keep shorting AMC, us Apes likely own more way more shares than are actually supposed to exist (as much as 6x-8x by some estimates). But real or synthetic, each share the hedge funds sold short is a liability on their books that must be bought back in order to close out their position.

    They literally have hundreds of millions of shares, possibly billions, to buy back, and we own them all. They have to buy them back eventually, and every day that the borrowed short shares are still on loan, the hedge funds are paying interest to the brokers they borrowed them from. Meanwhile it costs us nothing to hold.

    Things started to come to a head a couple weeks ago because the interest rate on the borrowed shares was reported to be as high as 250% (1-2% is normal for your average stock), so the hedge funds are collectively paying hundreds of millions of dollars every day just to hold their position, and a lot of them are starting to miss the payments and margin calls could be coming very soon.

    That’s when the fun starts. At that point, the broker forces them to buy back all of the hundreds of millions of shares they have borrowed and sold short, because the broker doesn’t want the hedge funds’ recklessness to fall onto them. And remember, the Apes own all the shares and aren’t selling. The hedge funds can only buy a share for what an Ape is willing to sell it for, and us Apes really love our shares.

    Once the margin calls start, the computers just start buying back all of the shares at the best available price no matter what that price may be. They all have to be bought back. Everything must be settled. And if the cheapest price an ape is willing to sell for is 1,000, or 10,000 or 100,000, well then that’s what the hedge funds will be forced to buy the borrowed shares back for in order to close out their position.

    Apes are going to hold and hold and hold driving up the price further and further to make the hedge funds bleed as much as possible until they are inevitably forced to buy back their millions of shares. They will need to buy our shares, and we set the price. And remember, it costs us nothing to hold. This movement has been building for the past 5 months, but you just heard about it yesterday. One thing Apes don’t do is set dates for the squeeze. Nobody knows when it will happen, all we know for sure is that the math says it’s inevitable as long as we hold.

    I only see three possibilities as to how this all plays out:

    1. AMC goes bankrupt and the hedgies win (please note this is not going to happen. AMC has enough liquidity to last them through 2022 and the most passionate shareholder base in the universe. Not to mention a pretty badass CEO who has completely embraced the new shareholder base)

    2. Hedge funds are somehow able to meet their daily margin payments to avoid being margin called, and they strategically close out their short positions over time, causing a sustained Tesla type squeeze over a period of a year or more (remember, apes aren’t selling until we’re at the moon)

    3. Hedge funds will be margin called and forced to buy everything all at once and we’ll have the most violent squeeze in the history of short squeezes. The price is infinite as long as apes hold.I wouldn’t bet on #1, #2 will require patience, and #3 will be absolute insanity (and in my personal non-financial advisor opinion is the most likely outcome). Either way, we’re winning the battle. This beautiful movement is growing by the day, and we can hold longer than they can.

    Never before has anything like this happened where millions of regular people have been able to band together to take on the billionaires who have been screwing them over time and time again

  11. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Girl Power Creative says:

    All of my portfolio is on Robinhood, honestly I don’t even know what’s best. I do know I’m HODL but I’m a newbie, any suggestions?

  12. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Ravishing Rick says:

    Everyone is so desperate for news that they’re gonna be rich quick they manipulate any news into something bigger than it is

  13. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars hasbrogirl09 says:

    Also this is from Michelle Hasbro girl am I was talking that text so it’s not exactly grammatically correct but basically what I was trying to say was if more apes understood that shorting is actually borrowing and that eventually cause I didn’t understand why they would have to eventually pay it back and why the stock would eventually go up now I know and I’m not afraid but until I understood that I didn’t get that whole idea so maybe you might want to pass that on because I know tons of people watch you and I talk to tons of people but not as many as you reach through YouTube anyway have a great day buddy appreciate all of your great YouTube videos

  14. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars hasbrogirl09 says:

    Hey Matt I got an idea for you buddy since so many people watch you and they don’t know who the heck I am I finally found out how shorts work and I think a lot of the new apes don’t understand that basically the concept of short is borrowing something that doesn’t belong to you and then selling it and making a profit and then hoping you can make it cheaper so when you have to eventually give it back to the rightful owner you don’t lose a ton of money check me reading and doing all the stuff to understand that and I know there’s a lot of new apes they probably don’t understand this like I didn’t and they just go along with it we’re going to hold I think it more apes understood that no matter what eventually did those short positions or those borrowed stocks that were sold that don’t belong to them will have to eventually be paid back they will understand why they need to hold and why this is a no-brainer

  15. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Mojoe says:

    We should short the heck out of it at open. Literally destroy it at open and then buy in at the bottom just to do it again lol

  16. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars CB says:

    If any of my fellow apes from the UK use trading 212, they don't allow us to turn off share lending, i'm switching to fidelity

  17. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Andy Yan says:

    Watch this stock Exela technologies! (XELA) it looks very obvious attack by hedges! Short interest is extremely high as well! Next MRIN play

  18. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Kam says:

    Hang on… you skimmed over the convertible bonds – did you see Jackson Hunter live video on this – I thought this was huge as it explained how they managed keep the price down??

  19. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars On YT Salty's Options: Etherum 1# Layer DABS says:

    I am watching too see u win or fail. Mosy u will loss lots. U been on this for a yr and not hitter. I do not think it goes above 70

  20. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars WHOISJAYE TheProducer says:

    Can anyone shed some light on why trading 212 has changed terms during these AMC shares conveniently??? What is thid SECURITIES LENDING ARRANGEMENTS?? Im lost on what it means for me and any other trading 212 users

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