$AMC So… if the numbers are accurate, how high does the collective realistically expect it to go? The “100K floor” movement was started on the idea that there were billions of synthetics meaning they would have to buy every existing real share 4 to 5 times over during a squeeze. While the actual number is far from small (again, if accurate) it’s a far cry from what the ape masses have been hoping for. And with retail owners numbering in the millions, we all know there are butt-ton of paper hands who are going to sell at-or-before $100. I’m not understanding why so many seem to be happy about the released numbers…
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@LiftOffDeezNutz that’s what I’m not understanding… the numbers represent all retail shares, correct? Add in all of the publicly known owners and we have an overage of <400 million shares. I assume that number represents the number of synthetics. If there are more, who owns them? It’s entirely possible I’m missing something