The real reason Wall Street is terrified of the GME situation

Cross-posted from r/WallStreetBets

I have been following GME since mid-September and over that time I have banked myself a %1300 return in the process. However, the whole time I was a little puzzled with how severe the reactions from Wall Street have been, especially this week. “The company had more than 100% of its stock sold short! That’s never happened before!”, you say. I know, I know, but that’s not actually not a new thing. A short squeeze, even one of this magnitude, should have squoze by now with GME up more than 10x in the span of weeks. Something is just not right. I think there is something much, much bigger going on here. Something big enough to blow up the entire financial system.

Here is my hypothesis: I think the hedge funds, clearing houses, and DTC executed a coordinated effort to put Game Stop out of business by conspiring to create a gargantuan number of counterfeit shares of GME, possibly 100-200% or more of the shares originally issued by Game Stop. In the process, they may have accidentally created a bomb that could blow up the entire system as we know it and we’re seeing their efforts to cover this up unfold now. What is that bomb? I believe retail investors may hold more than 100% of GME (not just 100% of the float, more than 100% of the actual company). This would be definitive proof of illegal activity at the highest levels of the financial system.

For you to follow this argument, you need to go read the white paper “Counterfeiting Stock 2.0” so you understand how the hedge funds can create fake stock out of thin air and disguise it so it looks like real shares. They use these fake shares in short attacks to drive the price of a company down until they put them into bankruptcy. This practice seems to be widespread among hedge funds that go short. There is even a term for it, “strategic fails–to–deliver.” Counterfeiting shares is extremely illegal (similar level to counterfeiting money) but it’s very difficult to prove and even getting the court to approve subpoenas because of the way the financial industry has stacked the deck against investigations.

This completely explains why so many levels of the financial system seem to be actively trying to get in the way of retail investors purchasing more GME. It’s not just about a short squeeze, it’s about their firms’ very existence and their own personal freedom. We have the opportunity to put all these people in jail by proving that we own more than 100% of shares in existence.

There are are 71 million shares of GME that have ever been issued by the company. Institutions have reported to the SEC via 13F filings that they own more than 102,000,000 shares (including the 13% of GME stock is owned by Ryan Cohen). Now, I don’t know the delay/variance on these ownership numbers, but I think there is a pretty solid argument that close to 100% of GME is owned by these firms, if not more.

Moreover, there are now more than 7 million people subscribed to r/wallstreetbets~~. I know lots of people here are sitting on a few hundred shares that they bought back when it was under $50. Some of us are even holding thousands. If the average number of shares owned by each subscriber is even close to 5-10, we have a very good shot at also owning a similarly enormous amount of GME.~~ Even if the average was just 10 shares per legit subscriber, that puts the minimum retail position at about 30-50% of the entire company.

GME has been on the NYSE threshold list for almost a month. We don’t have January data yet, but I just analyzed the data from the SEC’s fails–to–deliver list for December (all 65,871 lines of it) and looked up the number of shares that were likely counterfeit. For comparison, I did the same for a couple random tickers. Most companies have close to no shares not show up. Of those that do, it’s a relatively small number of shares. For example, two random companies: Lowes ($LOW, ~$125B market cap) had 13,960 shares fail to be delivered at its highest point that month, Boston Beer Company ($SAM, $11.5B market cap) had 295 shares fail to be delivered.

How many shares of GME failed to deliver? 1,787,191. As the white papers points out, the true number of counterfeit shares can be 20x this number. How bad do you think that number will be when we get the numbers for January? I’m willing to bet its many times that. Look at how that compares to other companies’ stock:

r/wallstreetbets - The real reason Wall Street is terrified of the GME situation
Histogram showing number of shares that weren’t delivered in December (x-axis) vs the number of companies that fall into that bin (y-axis). GME is an extreme outlier.

I think this explains all the shenanigans going on the last few days. There is way too much counterfeit GME stock out there and DTC, the clearing houses, and the hedge funds are all in on it. That’s why there has been such a coordinated effort to disrupt our ability to buy shares. No real shares can be found and it’s about to cause the system to fall apart.

TLDR; We probably own way more of GME than we think and that is freaking out Wall Street because it could prove they’ve been up to some extremely illegal shit and the whole system could implode as a result.

Disclaimer: I’m just a starving engineering PhD student and I don’t work in finance. I have no inside knowledge of how the financial system works and I may be wrong on some of this. This is not financial advice and you shouldn’t trade based on it. I am book-smart but I still eat crayons like the rest of you. Obligatory rocket: 🚀

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BOMBSHELL UPDATE:

Hedge Funds are Illegally Covering Their Short Positions By Flooding the Market With a Massive Amount of Counterfeit GME Shares

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6 thoughts on “The real reason Wall Street is terrified of the GME situation

  1. Great article.
    Thanks.
    But so what ?
    When is anything going to be done about this ?
    When are people going to wake up and stop complying ?
    When will people begin resisting in earnest ?
    When will people refuse to obey ?
    When?When?When?
    I have always been resisting and disobeying but it sure does get lonely, let me tell you.

  2. This naked short selling is exactly what created the 2008 financial collapse. Hank Paulson, the then U.S. Treasury Secretary was deeply involved in this theft. The theft was from the pension plans and individual investors to these hedge funds. It was all done with the creation of fake shares which is illegal. Instead of prosecuting this theft, we bailed out the financial system with tax payers money. This is all explained in “The Fruits of Graft”, a book written by Wayne Jett.
    As we see, nothing is done to this criminal class which is why collapsing the system is the only way to take their power away. We MUST NOT allow them to create the new system.

  3. There is no accountability. no matter what facts you have, they will be ignored by this fake, corrupt system controlled by foreign interest.

  4. YES! Exactly! The biggest purpose of the DTC and Cede is to facilitate counterfeiting stocks. By creating a centralized “clearing house” of stock ownership, fake stocks can be bought and sold, just as long as there is not a “run on the broker” situation. Remember how the MERS system was put together before the 2008 real estate crash? Instead of doing the normal county-court-house filing of just who owned what, the MERS allowed a centralized database of ownership which bypassed local records. This allowed the same mortgages to be sold… and resold… and resold. That was just the mortgage version of fractional reserve banking which allows banks to create and loan non-existent money. In the same way, the DTC is just the stock version of fractional reserve banking. Very similar things have happened with bonds and precious metals.

    Bottom line? A HUGE part of todays economy is based on trading fraudulent, non-existent dollar denominated properties. How huge? No way of knowing… A third? Half? A multiple of ten? Those gigantic amounts of imaginary properties (stocks, bonds, precious metals, dollars) allow unfettered manipulation of all prices. THERE IS NO TRUE PRICE DISCOVERY AND THERE IS NO TRUE MARKET. If you cannot hold it in your hand, look at it, walk around on it, or poke it with a stick, IT MAY NOT EXIST.

  5. Who, if anybody, compensates me if it turns out either (a) I have bought counterfeit shares, or (b) I have an option position that can’t be closed because there aren’t any shares available to close it, as they’re all counterfeit?

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