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GameStop stock retreats from record gains after more than half of short positions eliminated – MarketWatch

GameStop Corp. shares reversed course Monday, retreating from their record weekly gain, after more than half of the short positions on the stock were eliminated. GameStop GME, -28.26% shares fell as much as 35% in Monday trading, and were last down about 23% at $251.31. Volume was at more than 24 million shares by midday. […]

Silver catches GameStop retail frenzy, prices soar | Toronto Sun

Article content continued “The Reddit crowd has turned its sights on a bigger whale in terms of trying to catalyze something of a short squeeze in the silver market,” said Kyle Rodda, an analyst at brokerage IG Markets in Melbourne. “This is their big, bold Moby Dick moment,” he said. The popularity of dabbling in […]

The GameStop Insurrection Spreads

Everyone knows shares of GameStop are soaring. But the huge retail investor-driven rally is not confined to the video game shop. Shares of headphone manufacturer Koss, for example, are up 275 percent to an all-time high. Shares of AMC are up 182 percent. Blackberry shares are up 16 percent. Shares of Bed, Bath, & Beyond […]

Give Me All The GameStop Jokes

I’m not even going to pretend to understand what’s going on with GameStop—I’ll leave that to the excellent reporting of fellow Kotaku writer Ethan Gach. No, as with most things in life, I’m just here for the jokes. And social media has produced no shortage of silliness in response to this absurd situation. As usual, Hard […]

NYC Hedge Fund Billionaire Says The Quiet Part Loud During Meltdown Over GameStop Stocks – Gothamist

Cooperman (right) speaking with CNBC’s Scott Wapner on Thursday Screenshot The manic GameStop stock buying spree that’s pit an army of conniving Redditors against some of Wall Street’s mightiest hedge funds has sparked the interest of many New Yorkers. But understanding what’s behind this “squeeze of a lifetime” can get a little confusing. Thankfully, we […]

GameStop Stock Drama Continues As Price Soars And Hedge Fund Blinks

GameStop’s stock price continued to soar in after-hours trading last night to over $300. While many are waiting for it to come crashing back down, it might be too late for some major hedge funds. With the stock still sitting at well over $250 a share (unthinkable just last year when it was trading at […]

A Wall Street Bailout for Main Street: This Bulletproof Trade Will Help You Get Paid

In our new book we show investors on Main Street how to make money by renting their stocks! That’s right! Investors can actually “rent” stocks in their portfolios by trading covered call options. This conservative investment strategy allows investors to generate extra cash flow in their portfolios. The covered call options strategy is so safe, it is suitable for most retirement accounts. By the time you finish reading this book, you will agree that this conservative investment strategy is indeed bulletproof! ************************************* Ms. Mack has an extraordinary ability to explain complex financial subjects with the use of simple examples and analogies. The covered call strategy is one that can be taken advantage of by anyone who currently owns or is contemplating owning shares of most companies. Much higher earnings and returns are awarded to persons who astutely engage in this basic option strategy. — Gustavo Ayala, Director of Power Trading, Bolt Energy A thorough review of the latest in sustainable financial innovation which seeks to protect a wider sector of the economy – including those historically ignored by more ‘mainstream’ finance – from unprecedented yet still rising risks facing investors, savers and institutions. Dr. Mack and her team have produced an impressive text which synthesizes a rarely detailed discussion of recent crises, established finance and strategy pedagogy, and a welcomed approach to offsetting said risks – all the while prudently seeking alpha. — Pye Ian, MBA – Economic Analyst and Private Equity Investment Advisor Under current monetary policy paradigm, the authorities permanently convert someone’s private failures into public debts thus transferring public wealth into private pockets at their choice. The whole debt pyramid is huge, drags the economy down but still growing. What can we do about that? Doctor Iris Mack and her graduate students team suggest to invest in ourselves, our knowledge & understanding, better family asset management practices and more sophisticated individual financial behavior. Spend your time on your training, the most practical approach is guaranteed. Surely, this will not work the next day, however, recall ‘the rescue of drowning – the handiwork of drowning’. Just add this book to your personal Survival Kit. — Alexei Kazakov, PhD – Former Hedge Fund Manager Dr. Mack has managed to demonstrate the link between economics and a powerful option strategy. Using numerous comparisons and visuals, this book is a must read for anyone who wants to take control of their financial future. Highly recommended for every business library. — Michael C. Thomsett, PhD – Options Author and Educator Dr. Iris Mack´s book ‘A Wall Street Bailout for Main Street’ is a must read for anyone wishing to learn, generate extra income, and gain a fighting chance in the harsh Wall Street environment! It is written in such a friendly way that even a person with no experience in the topic can easily read it and understand it completely. Step by step the author takes you by the hand through a very precise trading strategy using great illustrations and exercises, making it easier to grasp even the more complex concepts. — David Trevino Trevino, MBA – Investor Dr. Iris Mack has written a must-read primer for anyone who wants to survive and succeed in today’s highly complex market. It’s a great gateway to become a professional in investment and risk management. Any Main Street investor serious about making money ought to read it. — Cheng Wang, MBA – former Energy Commodities Analyst of TechMotion Capital

The Dumb Things Smart People Do with Their Money: Thirteen Ways to Right Your Financial Wrongs

You’re smart. So don’t be dumb about money. Pinpoint your biggest money blind spots and take control of your finances with these tools from CBS News Business Analyst and host of the nationally syndicated radio show Jill on Money, Jill Schlesinger.  “A must-read . . . This straightforward and pleasingly opinionated book may persuade more of us to think about financial planning.”—Financial Times Hey you . . . you saw the title. You get the deal. You’re smart. You’ve made a few dollars. You’ve done what the financial books and websites tell you to do. So why isn’t it working? Maybe emotions and expectations are getting in the way of good sense—or you’re paying attention to the wrong people. If you’ve started counting your lattes, for god’s sake, just stop. Read this book instead. After decades of working as a Wall Street trader, investment adviser, and money expert for CBS News, Jill Schlesinger reveals thirteen costly mistakes you may be making right now with your money. Drawing on personal stories and a hefty dose of humor, Schlesinger argues that even the brightest people can behave like financial dumb-asses because of emotional blind spots.  So if you’ve saved for college for your kids before saving for retirement, or you’ve avoided drafting a will, this is the book for you. By following Schlesinger’s rules about retirement, college financing, insurance, real estate, and more, you can save money and avoid countless sleepless nights. It could be the smartest investment you make all year.Praise for The Dumb Things Smart People Do with Their Money “Common sense is not always common, especially when it comes to managing your money. Consider Jill Schlesinger’s book your guide to all the things you should know about money but were never taught. After reading it, you’ll be smarter, wiser, and maybe even wealthier.”—Chris Guillebeau, author of Side Hustle and The $100 Startup “A must-read, whether you’re digging yourself out of a financial hole or stacking up savings for the future, The Dumb Things Smart People Do with Their Money is a personal finance gold mine loaded with smart financial nuggets delivered in Schlesinger’s straight-talking, judgment-free style.”—Beth Kobliner, author of Make Your Kid a Money Genius (Even If You’re Not) and Get a Financial Life