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08.02.21 00:03:21
Es handelt sich um einen automatisiert angelegten Thread zur Nachricht "Game-Aktien: Don´t stop the game" vom Autor Uwe Zimmer

Aktien des Computerspiele-Händlers GameStop wurde in den vergangenen Tagen zum Zocken benutzt. Nichts wert, aber an der Börse gehypt bis nichts mehr ging. Für die Ethik des Marktes kann man nur hoffen, dass sich diese Art des Spiels durchsetzt.

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08.02.21 00:04:28
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08.02.21 00:05:12
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08.02.21 00:29:08
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 66.871.349 von faultcode am 08.02.21 00:05:12Korrelation:
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10.02.21 01:07:27
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 66.871.349 von faultcode am 08.02.21 00:05:12…
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10.02.21 01:28:52
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 66.917.597 von faultcode am 10.02.21 01:07:27
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19.02.21 14:58:55
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 66.917.597 von faultcode am 10.02.21 01:07:2719.2.
Billionaire investor Bill Gross made $10 million betting against GameStop - after he was down $15 million at one point…
"I knew I had an advantage over Reddit and the boys," Gross said, highlighting his access to real-time options and volatility data on his Bloomberg terminal. However, he opened a bearish position on GameStop well before its shares peaked at north of $480 on January 28, and paid the price.

"I got in too early," he said. "I got short around $150 or $100 and at a decent size. I was losing millions of dollars and that's not a good feeling when you go to bed."

"Matter of fact, you wake up three or four times in the middle of the night and you check out GameStop on the black market," he continued.

While Gross admires Tesla CEO Elon Musk and views him as a "modern Thomas Edison," he didn't enjoy it when the executive tweeted "GameStonk!!" on January 26, throwing his weight behind the short squeeze.

"Musk is a little devil and he enjoys playing these games," Gross said. "He's just a frisky guy and so I didn't resent that, but it doubled the stock and that's when I lost the most sleep - it was after Musk did that."

"He probably should have known better, because that's close to yelling 'fire' in the theater," the investor added.

Gross thought about giving up and stomaching a loss, but he was confident that some of the day traders driving up the stock wouldn't be able to resist cashing out.

"I'm not regulated here like some of the hedge funds, and my broker's not calling me for margin and so on," he said. "At $400 I said, 'Hell no,' and so I doubled up to catch up, which was for me a very ballsy move."

Gross also analyzed the volatility of GameStop stock and determined that he was almost certain to come out ahead.

"It was one of those slam-dunk moments where yes, you could lose money, yes it could go to $1,000, but the volatility was priced so high that it was really hard to lose," he said.

"Risk-reward, it became one of those 'you're the casino,'" Gross continued. "That's when I doubled up, I sold more calls, and basically got out. I made a lot of money, maybe $10 million. But I was down $10 million and maybe down $15 million."

Gross felt vindicated that his assessments of the human nature and herd psychology at play, as well as the swings in the stock, were correct.

"It was a nice, intellectual, non-emotional moment for me in which I correctly analyzed the social aspects and the fact that people would turn on the group and sell before others thought they were gonna sell, and the volatility being so high priced that it was really hard to win," he said.

Regardless, Gross gave kudos to the Wall Street Bets community for their ingenuity.

"Their strategy to attack and squeeze shorts, certainly with GameStop, was a good one," he said. "I was really not expecting the stock to go through $10, $20, $30, $40, $100, $200, $300, $400 within the space of a few days."

However, the astounding stock rally was never going to last, he said in a research note on February 2. "Even without regulatory action, the plan was doomed from the beginning," he wrote.

Gross described the investors who bought options with 750% daily volatility as "fish at the poker table" in an earlier research note. He added that a "musical chair, me-first exit" from GameStop was inevitable and the price was bound to return to normal levels.
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19.02.21 18:55:02
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 67.104.645 von faultcode am 19.02.21 14:58:55Der hat also verbilligt und zugeguckt. Und ich dachte, ich wäre zu blöde zum Traden dieses Hypes. Um Himmels Willen.
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20.02.21 02:21:57
The King is back!!!!
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