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What's up you beautiful apes, it is your boy trey from trace trades. I think that's what they call me and we're back again for another youtube: video we're gon na be going over amc, there's some freaking insane dd those put together by a god. This is some godzilla reddit dd guys. I don't.

Usually you guys know this. I don't usually dig through reddit dd and just read it like this, but this is some freaking insane stuff and you got to give some mad props to adam. This is godzilla dd, as it says right here. He deserves 100 of the credit for this.

I take no credit, i'm simply the messenger, but this is some freaking stuff that we have to talk about, because i've been preaching a lot of the same touch points in here on my channel for literally freaking months, and it is great to have it literally written Down in document official documents, so i want to start by saying that i'm not a financial advisor, it's not financial advice, please let me say the grain of salt. Obviously, let's get into the video so we're going to give you the basic rundown of what i'm going to do is go through this red dd and we're going to give you the touch points of what i think is the most important pieces of this and kind Of lay out the picture of how how corrupt the u.s stock market is. It's freaking nuts we're going to talk about the malpractice, that's only taken place for years and years and years, which is leading to the amc and gamestop situation that we see right now, along with small cap stocks, which is why i think you're, seeing a little bit Of this freaking small cap stock movement that we saw today but we're gon na come into that right, so anywho, let's start off here with the tldr and i'll, give you the basic rundown on my opinion, of what i'm thinking about each individual piece of this. So the dtc has been taken over by big money.

They transitioned from a manual to a computerized ledger system in the 80s. Essentially what this means is. They went over from pen and paper over to a computerized algorithmic ledger system right and it played a significant role in 1987 market crash in 2003. Several issuers, with the dtc, wanted to remove their securities from the dtc's deposit account because the dtc's participants were naked short selling their securities, we're gon na go through what this exactly means turns out.

They were right. The dtc and its participants have created a market size naked short selling scheme, like a ponzi scheme, guys i'm not even freaking kidding. When i say it's a ponzi scheme, it's it's it's crazy. All this is made possible by the dtcs enrollee seed and co.

Now, there's some important things that i think we should talk about before we get into this uh. That's some specific! You know um names right, so the depository trust company is the dtc. There's a centralized clearing agency to make sure grandma gets her stonks and the broker receives grandma's attendees. They essentially handle the transactions right, the national securities clearinghouse corporation, the nscc.

They provide clearing settlement, risk management and central counterparty services to its members for broker to broker trades right, so they handle a lot of these broker transactions right. So the dtc you can think of as handling the specific transactions so that grandma gets their stunks and they receive the money from grandma. The nscc is exactly how it sounds like right. It's a national securities clearing corporation, they clear all these transactions, the settlement, the risk management and the central counterparty services right, fixed income clearing corporation the ficc provides central counterparty services to members that participate in the us government and mortgage-backed securities markets.

So these guys all work in tandem, essentially to make sure that everybody's getting their stonks, everybody is paying up for their stunks and they're just going to the appropriate people to make that process happen right. So if you want to dig through this, this uh, this history right i'll leave a link to the specific dd post down in the description box down below this goes through some of the malpractice that's taken place for years and years and years, exactly what you're seeing Right now, in 2021 is happening because of what we've seen happen between, i would say, the early 2000s and now and it's freaking disgusting, so the dtc was created in 1973. It stemmed from the need for a centralized clearing company the dtc started off writing things out. As physical uh physical transactions right, they're gon na they're gon na walk through this all this was done on paper.

All the transactions were done on paper and each share certificate was physically, delivered very slow right. It was a very slow process. There was room for human error right, which is why they eventually transitioned over to the computerized ledger system. The idea of this was that it could speed up transactions and that there was less room for human error.

However, human nature never fails to show itself and its ugly freaking face at every physical opportunity, and what you see here is that there was corruption and manipulation that took place to take advantage of these freaking computerized systems right. So in 1974, the continuous net settlement system was launched to clear cell trades using a rudimentary internet platform. In 1982, the dtc started using a book entry-only beo system to underwrite bonds. For the first time there were no physical certificates - and this is this - this is crazy.

You really need to pay attention, there's no physical certificates that actually traded hands; everything that was now performed virtually through computers, although this was eventually advantageous for many reasons, it made it much easier to commit a certain type of securities fraud. Naked shorting. Does that sound familiar to you naked shorting, or the idea of creating ious for actual physical stock right so hypothetically in a perfect world? What you're gon na do is you're gon na sort of stock, and what happens is you've got a lender who lends out stock to an actual uh lendee right, somebody who is who's like hey, i'm requesting physical stock? Please lend this to me, so i can sort it into the market. What you have happening is not actual stock is getting sent out to these freaking people who are shorting right, so the dtc can underwrite ious, send it over to these people who are lending stock and they can short it into the market.

So what happens is guess what this guy sells stock in the market just citadel, for example, so it'll sell stock in the market. It's an iou! Then you buy that stock, and i've said this a million times on my channel. There's good freaking chances that a lot of the people, a lot of the apes out there who hold actual stock in amc, are holding ious or not actual physical, tangible shares they're, not real. They shouldn't they shouldn't exist right.

We're going to get into this as it continues to go on. This has happened since 1982.. That was the birth of naked shorting back here when we had the beo the book entry only system to underwrite these bonds. One year later, you saw this adoption of the new york stock exchange.

Rule 387, which meant most securities transactions had to be completed using this new beo system or the book entry only system. Needless to say, explosive growth took place for the next five years. Why do you think that is because you were able to have much faster transaction processes? Hypothetically speaking, you had less room for human error right. You were able to write out and create more trades and transactions in a much more timely manner, which increased the overall growth of the u.s stock market.

Up until you see the crash of the us stock market, which ensued much sooner after so, if you're wondering where the birthplace of high frequency trading came from, look no further the same machines that automated the exhaustively manual reconciliation process were also to blame for amplifying the First, fire sale of 1987 or the first market crash in 1987. there's some big pieces in this that are important to note right. Many analysts blame the use of computer trading by large institutional investing companies for the market crash in 1987. in program trading.

Computers are programmed to automatically order large stock trades when certain market trends prevail. Essentially, an algorithm right once when x is met. Y is met, z is met, then you do x, y and z. If this, then that right, however, studies show that, during the 1987 us crash, other stock markets which did not use the program, also crashed some with losses even more severe than the us stock market.

So they might be thinking right. How come if we have you we're blaming the algorithm for essentially a lot of this. This super fast high frequency trading, a lot of this naked short selling. Why is this the case? Why did other other economies that didn't use this the same technique that, like the us stock market, did have the same crash and he digs into this? This is really freaking crazy, stuff.

The last sentence indicates a much more pervasive issue was at play here. In fact, the fact that we still have trouble explaining the calculus is even more alarming. The effects were so pervasive that it has dubbed the first global financial crisis right to be fair to the computers. They were programmed by fallible people and trusted by people who did not understand the computer program's limitations as computers came in human judgment, went out, and i said this at the beginning of the video, my friends human judgment.

Human nature never fails to show its ugly freaking face it's. It is what it is. Fear, greed uh. It's always this idea of.

I want freaking more and that's what you see coming into play here is, i want more even it means breaking the law. We're gon na get into that as this goes on. Like i said all this credit goes to freaking out a bit. It's insane initial blame for the 1987 crash, centered on the interplay between stock markets and index options in future markets; derivatives right.

That is what uh that's what options are we're gon na we're gon na refer to that as we go through the video and the former people buy actual shares of stock and the ladder they're only purchasing rights to buy or sell stock at particular prices. Those are options or derivatives. Thus, options and futures are known as derivatives, because their value derives from changes in stock prices, even though no actual shares are owned. Nothing inherently bad enough itself right there, the failure of stock markets and derivative markets to operate, and sync was the major factor behind the crash.

Now. What does this mean right? You can use derivatives, such as options and futures to really leverage heavily and make a lot of cash. We, as the retail investor, know this take advantage of this. So if we know this - and we take advantage of this, imagine what institutional investors or the one percent do to take advantage of this there's a big disconnect here right check this out notice.

The last sentence, a major factor behind the crash, was a disconnect between the price of stock and their corresponding derivatives. The value of any given stock should determine the derivative value of the stock. It shouldn't be the other way around. Yet this is what it is.

This is an important concept to remember, as it will be referenced throughout the post. Excuse me so, essentially, what you have here is the value of any given stock should determine the derivative value of that stock, but it's the other way around these days. It really is derivatives, options or futures determine a lot of what the stock market does think about it like this hedging, for example, right gamma, squeezing or futures uh, that will dictate the price of stock down the road which is actual physical stock right. You will see - let's say heavy heavy options, trading either calls or puts, and you will see the stock price be influenced simply by that.

Instead of the other way, around stock prices go up, and thus people buy more options. How many times in the last three four months have you seen a huge amount of options being traded call specifically on amc and all of a sudden, the stock price starts going up because there's a huge spike in x, stock or y stock or z stock? Not simply because they've been hedge forward, but because there's derivatives playing into the equation, these are the big whales. Man, i'm telling you these are. These are toots and people pay attention to it.

The options of the market did tank. They hoped they could contain their losses with portfolio insurance, so portfolio insurance, essentially, is the idea that you get to cover your butt hedge against yourself, with this insurance that will cover any losses that you absolutely have to have right. A major disconnect occurred when these futures contracts were used to intentionally tank the value of the underlying stock in a perfect world. Organic growth would lead to an increase in value of the company or the underlying stock right.

Organic growth, meaning the company fundamentals, improve, there's, there's a lot of buying pressure, so inherently the value of the stock and the company increases over time. They could do this by selling more products, creating new tech, new tech breaking in new markets, et cetera. This will trigger an organic change in the derivatives value, because investors would be hopefully more optimistic about the longevity of the company. It could go either way, but the point is still the same right.

So if it goes up, you buy more put or calls if it goes down, you buy more puts right. This is the type of investing that most of us are familiar with, investing for a better future innovation, growth, etc. I don't want to spend too much time on the crash from 1987. I just want to identify the factors that contributed to the crash and the role of the dtc is a transition from a manual to an automatic ledger system.

The connection i really want to focus on is the enormous risk appetite these investors had and now i'm going gon na make this full circle, my friends, think of how overconfident and greedy they must have been to put that much faith in a computer script either way Same problem still exists today, so look at this enormous risk appetite these investors had. This is referring to the extreme amount of uh of derivatives trading and naked shorting that has taken place over the course of years and years and years of malpractice within the stock market. That derives from the dtc and the participants that are part of that entire process. Right now, this gets freaking sketchy check this out.

I'm going to talk about three groups within the dtc issuers participants and seed income issuers are companies that issue securities or stock, while participants are the clearinghouses brokers and other financial institutions that can utilize those securities seat and comb is a subsidiary of the dtc which holds The shares certificates, these guys, are going to really play into the equation and you are going to be freaking. Mind. Blown participants have much more control over the securities that are deposited from the issuer, even though the issuer created those shares. Participants aren't controlled when those shares hit the dtc's doorstep, the dtc transfers those shares to a holding account seat and co.

They basically hold all stock that should be managed by you know the dtc, the issuers and the participants. The participant just has to ask. May i have some pretty please with sugar on top right, so a basic tl dr? What does this mean so an issuer here? The issuer would be. You know the the the person who is issuing out this, the common stock.

The participants are the people who who, who manage this stuff right, the the clearinghouses, the brokers, financial institutions that can utilize those securities right. They can lend them out. The seating. Co is the subsidiary that holds all the actual physical stocks that everything is managed through an online computerized broker and ledger system right now, where's that can of worms.

Everything was relatively calm after the crash of 1987 until we hit 2003, and this is some freaking crazy stuff. The dtc started receiving several requests from issuers to pull their securities from the dtc's depository right. Essentially, you had issuers that wanted to pull out their their stock from the dtc depository. I don't think the dtc was prepared for this because they didn't have a written policy to address it, let alone an official rule.

Here's the response from the dtc. They essentially said in its opinion, these issuers have no legal or beneficial interests and securities they're requesting to be withdrawn from the dtc right. They were basically saying uh, you do you man, but this doesn't seem like the move right. In its opinion, these issuers have no legal or beneficial interest and the securities that requesting be withdrawn from the dtc realizing the situation was heating up.

They proposed this exact ruling. Dtc's proposed rule changes. Uh provides that, upon receipt of a withdrawal request from an issuer, dtc will take the following actions. Dtc will issue an important notice, notifying its participants of the receipt of the withdrawal request from the issuer and reminding participants that they can utilize dtc's withdrawal procedures if they wish to withdraw their securities from dtc and two dtc will process withdrawal requests submitted by participants.

In the ordinary course of business, but will not effectuate withdrawals based upon requests from the issuer now this brings us back to this participants and issuers right issuers. Are the companies that issue securities in stock participants are the clearing houses, brokers and other financial institutions that can utilize those securities that sounds kind of backwards? Doesn't it so essentially the issuers, the people who who basically issue the stock they control the stock they get to decide who the participants are get to actually control the the stock that has lent out to these participants? That's supposed to be sent out to the people who want the stock, the clearinghouses, the brokers, the institutions which eventually gets into the hands of retail investors right honestly, they were better off without the new proposal. It became an even bigger deal when word got out about the proposed rule change. Naturally, it triggered a tsunami of common layers against the dtc's proposal.

There was obviously something going on that caused that level of concern. Why did so many issues want their deposits back now? I'm going to spare you guys some time this is essentially just people saying i don't agree with this. This is because you know the securities have been the target of manipulative short sellers. This is why we're going to pull out of the dtc.

You know we want to withdraw our funds. We want to draw our securities right. Essentially, what you have here is a big freaking cluster, but butt crap. That is happening right now.

I want to swear so bad cause. I get so heated about this, but people recognize that there's naked short selling right the neck. They recognize that there's manipulation all the way back here way way way back in the early 2000s and late 90s and they're saying look if we're going to play in an unfair market. We don't really want to play this game, so we want our securities back.

We don't want to have to play this if i'm just going to buy stock for this to immediately go down, what's freaking the point right. So this is what you got right. There securities have been the target of manipulative short sellers. What i'd be pretty pissed too? Have my shares deposited in a clearing company to take advantage of their computerized trades just to get kicked to the curb, with no way of getting my securities back and then find out that the big participants at your fancy, dtc party are literally short selling my shares Without me, knowing get this, how does this relate to right, freaking now right so essentially, what you'd have is these guys manage your shares right? Let's say that you were supposed to own x amount of stock, but you're actually given iou right, so you've got a hundred shares.

They give you these ious, they still have the actual physical shares and you buy these shares, but they use your actual physical shares. To short, the market right, which essentially creates 200 shares, so they sell all of your shares, even though you you have the actual either i o user physical stock and they create ious that go under the market as shorts. So they're betting against your perspe, your particular stock by using your own stock to short, the market they're essentially negating your buying power, it's freaking nuts. It's not familiar anyone.

I don't know about you, but this trust us with your shares. Bs is starting to sound like a major con. The dtc asked for feedback from all issuers and participants to gather consensus before making a decision altogether. The dtc received 89 comment.

Letters, uh 47 of those letters oppose the rule change while 35 were in favor. This is essentially some of the comments that that ensued. Thereafter. We're going to keep this pretty brief, we're writing to enlist your support of our request to the sec to conduct an investigation in the naked short selling of shares of small cap companies on the otcbb.

There's. Essentially saying if we want to make this happen, let's investigate the short selling, which is the exact reason why we don't really want to mess with this anymore. We want to withdraw our securities right, they're saying look this: this is the exact reason. There's manipulation, there's corruption.

There's malpractice happening: we don't want to be a freaking part of this and and they're essentially just saying all right. If you want to you know you want to list this new rule change at least fix the problems that we're not worried about getting screwed here. Here's another, as an investor, has been continually burned by an inefficient and poorly organized dtc, as relates to naked short selling. I urge you to allow companies to continue to withdraw from the dtc at their discretion right.

Here's another one. This rule should not be passed because, by permitting the settlement of so-called short trades by traders not holding share certificates naked shorting, the depository trust corporation, the dtc has shown itself to be incompetent to uphold the law and stop illegal naked short selling. If not complicit in such practices and therefore a company's only protection from an attack on its stock by such criminal activity may be to withdraw on it literally from the dtc settlement system. Right they're, basically, their their way of protecting themselves is look.

We recognize the manipulation, so we want to be able to withdraw our securities to protect ourselves and that it's that simple right, if the fcc cannot prevent illegal short selling and is unable to police and regulate the dtc to make certain rules, uh are being followed. It must allow the companies whose shares are under attack to protect their investors by withdrawing those shares from the system, the dtc, where they are vulnerable to such attacks. Essentially like look if you're not gon na protect our backs, at least let us make our they take. Our money out, so we can cut our losses essentially and not get absolutely screwed by the fact that you're you're, stealing money from us and the retail investors, our customers, our clients, who trust us to make them money right here are a few in favor.

This is essentially saying: we believe that this is a good thing to do, because it's going to make us more money, we'll be able to continue to make it short sell. This actually helps us out which is freaking mind-boggling. It just shows you how messed up the this system is. Two three: i mean you can i'll leave the link like i said down below if you want to read through this stuff, but i want to dig through what's really freaking crazy about this, i realize there are advantages to paperless securities transfers.

However, it is exactly what michael sandow said in his comment letter above. We simply cannot trust the dtc to protect our interests. We don't have physical control of our assets. Now i want to make this full circle right.

This idea of we probably shouldn't trust these people to manage our shares. This brings us back to this otc training, which we've covered here in the past in this idea of citadel managing the physical stock and transactions of uh brokerages like robinhood right. So what happens is robinhood goes through this otc market trading right, it's an unmonitored unfiltered. This doesn't get registered in the direct you know, market exchange.

Essentially, it's a backdoor otc over-the-counter exchange where they manage all the transactions for cheaper transaction fees, citadel who is shorting the stock gets to handle all these transactions now? What? If? What? If citadel, is doing exactly what happened here back in the early 2000s? What, if they're, getting all this physical stock or iou stock, maybe it's being double iou? Who knows? Who knows i mean? Who freaking knows it's insane? It's a lot of this finger, pointing sort of stuff. That's happening right now. What happens if, let's say the dtc is issuing out stock grandma says here's my money. I want my stock, it gets issued out and this comes into robin hood right.

Robin hood gets these transactions. Robinhood now has a stock and they want to get it filled through citadel or citadel. It all handles these transactions they are supposed to handle. You know the physical stock which actually gets handled by backdoor, and this is where it gets freaking.

It's like a huge puzzle of crazy pieces that are working together, but these get handled by if we come back up here, seating come right, so i don't have to come back up seating comb right now now citadel is handling all these transactions of traders from robinhood And they essentially are like okay, we're gon na get this order filled and we're gon na send it out to you, and this is good to go. So what happens if they're sending out ious and this physical stock that's coming in or the iou that's coming and gets written out as another iou going into the market as a short order? Who freaking knows, there's no there's, no accountability. There's no system! That's regulating this! In fact, it's it's! It's in plain, freaking, documentation that this is being allowed. I mean they passed.

They passed what you're gon na see this in a second, they ended up passing this rule. They didn't care. We simply cannot trust the dtc to protect our interests when we don't have physical control of our assets. Several other participants, including edward jones, ameritrade, citibank and prudential, overwhelmingly favored this proposal.

I wonder why, so they can make more money, they can steal from the retail investor. How could someone not acknowledge that the absence of physical shares only makes it easier for these people to manipulate the market, as it has been here so far right? This rule change will allow these participants to continue doing this because it's extremely profitable to sell shares that don't exist or have not been collateralized. Furthermore, it's a win-win for them, because it forces issuers to keep their deposits in the holding account of the dtc. They can't withdraw their security right.

They can't do this risk management. It's messed up, want proof of market manipulation. Let's fact check the claims from the opposition letters above i'm only reporting a few for the time period we discussed 2003-ish. This is just to validate their claims.

That some sketchy stuff is going on ubs securities merrill lynch and does this ring a freaking bell, r b c royal bank of canada? I remember seeing their name in the news just recently: i'm not even going to go into that, but these guys have failed to report short sale transactions with indicator, violation of short interest, reporting, short sale, violation over reporting for interest positions right. These guys have been busted time and time and time and time and time again for manipulation of shorting, because they can it's a lot easier to drive a stock down than it is to drive a stock up. They feed on the fear and they decide to manipulate the stock because guess what it's easier for them to pay fines and continue on this malicious freaking manipulation and malpractice and make more money than than than to follow the rules, because they'd rather they'd much rather pay. Those fines right they'd much rather pay those fines than come clean and do things the right way, because they're making more money by just paying the fines and illegally making money in the market right.

The dtc passed this rule change that we're talking about right, ordered that the approves the approved, uh proposed, rule change, be and hereby is approved essentially saying the dtc is not going to allow people to withdraw their funds. They only prevented the issues from moving their deposits. They also turned a blind eye to the participants, manipulative short selling, even when there's public evidence of them doing so. Those companies were being attacked with with shares they put in the dtc by institutions.

They can't even identify so you've got freaking you've got companies that put shares into the dtc and the dtc. This is the same exact thing that i think is happening with robin hood. You've got companies, they issue they put in money. They get these securities from the dtc and the dtc turns around and takes these securities writes out ious to freaking other institutions that end up shorting the stock, with the exact shares that they just purchased, which creates this huge freaking.

Spiderweb of who knows how many illegal shares naked counterfeit shares, naked shorting that that are circulating in the market that crash stocks that create this. This, this false selling pressure that drives price down. I can nearly guarantee you. This is happening with amc.

This is happening with gamestop and look at freaking small caps. My friends look at small caps. Look at small caps. Ctrm right ccrm has gotten absolutely shracked over the last six months.

Good companies ctrm is a good company right, bngo, good company right, bngo, schwackt, nanodimensions right, good company, schwackt just nailed to the cross microvision. This is one of the ones that's held up the best, but still this has gotten schweck destroyed. I mean it's just gotten. Plowed down to freaking, who knows how low so medica? This isn't debatable, but i think a pretty decent company schwackt right just getting smoked - and this is all these small cap stocks that are getting absolutely destroyed by naked short selling, um malicious short selling.

That's meant to bankrupt companies, steal from retail investors and make a crap ton of money right now. Let's just take a quick breath and recap, as you know, from from from this uh this dd right, the dtc started using a computerized ledger and was very successful through the 80s. This evolved in the trading systems that were also computerized, but not as sophisticated as they hoped. They played a major part of the 1987 crash, along with severely synchronized derivatives trading.

The idea that you can make a crap ton of liquidity out of leveraged trading through options and futures in 2003, the dtc denied issuers the right to withdraw the deposits because those securities were in the control participants. Instead, when issuer a deposit stock in the dtc and participants b, short those those shares into the market, that's a form of re-hopification right that is essentially manipulation to a frequency right. That'd, be the same as me going over to you and saying: hey look. I would like to buy a bike, so here's money give me a bike and instead of giving me a real bike, maybe they give me.

Maybe they give me a freaking. They give me a counterfeit bike like a freaking piece of plastic. That looks like a bike, and i write it down, and i realize this isn't even a real bike and they end up just giving this bike over to this other guy and doubled up on their cash right. They make they make two for one profits on one single bike.

It makes no, it makes no sense at all. In 2003, the dtc denied issuers the right to withdraw their deposits because those securities run the control participants. Instead, we already read through that anyways remember when i mentioned the dtc's enrollee seed and co right, dtc or is nominee cedenco i'll admit it. I didn't think they were that relevant.

I focused so much on the dtc that i didn't think to check into their uh their enrollee wish. I did you don't really own. Your securities can blockchains fix that this is essentially talking about seat and call which is manipulating the stock market through the use of ious and ious and ious right. So, look at this nearly all publicly traded, equities and a majority of bonds are owned by a little known.

Partnership cinecom, which is the nominee of the dtc for each security. Sedanco owns a master certificate known as the global security, which never leaves its vault. Transactions are recorded as debits and credits to dtc members securities accounts, but the registered owner of the securities seating co remains the same. They handle all this right, so they are, they hold the master certificate in their vault, which never leaves instead of issuing iou for that master's certificate, which gets written into a million ious that that creates.

Who knows how many shares that shouldn't be circulating around the market and it's absolute, a bunch of it's just a bunch of then we just finished talking about why this is such a major flaw in our system, and that was almost 20 years ago 20 years ago. This stuff was happening, it's still happening now, and everybody's just turned a freaking blind eye. This comes back to 2008 as well all sort of malpractice that happened in 2008. They just kept pushing the ball down the road, hoping that someone else would have to pick it up pick up the problem and it doesn't go away right.

This is years and years and years of malpractice it has led us to where we are right. Now in 2021, which is the amc, gamestop revolution is what i will call it my friends, this is absolutely insane stuff, his equal naked shorts, uh shorting series or what has seen what will the seed play in the trading of stocks when you buy a stock? You are actually purchasing a security that affords certain entitlement rights related to registered stock, which actual owners hold see. There's a subsidy of the dt c, which is a subsidy of the dtcc and the dtcc, is a private company owned by elite wall street firms and money center banks. Doesn't that sound like vested interest to you? Doesn't that sound like vested interest? The dtcc is a private company owned by elite wall street firms - hmm, it seems like it keeps coming.

Full circle seems like it keeps full cover coming full circle. If you need background or refresher on dtc and dtcc blah blah blah, effectively elite wall, street firms and money center banks, not institutions and individual investors own, almost all the registered shares of publicly traded companies in the us, while you may think you are buying registered stock You're actually buying a financial derivative related to that stock. Effectively, you are buying a financial derivative from brokers of a financial derivative. They hold from seed.

That is just a digital entry in your dtc account ious on ious on ious on ious. We probably don't even know how many shares are actually circulating on amc. I it's no freaking wonder that the company wants to do a share recount, because who knows how many shares are actually circulating. I remember reading that people hypothesized there was two billion shares actually trading on the market for amc.

I don't even find that that mind-blowing anymore i've said this before. Let's look at this right back when amc traded at uh, you know 25 bucks. They hit 25 bucks on january 27th. I'll, never forget this day.

Let's look at the daily volume right check. This freaking out, we saw 1.2 billion shares in volume and at the time we had about 150 million total shares of free float in the market. So, in order for this to make any sort of logical sense, you would have to have the free float circulating the market, one two, three, four, five, six seven eight times eight times over the free flow would have had to circulate in the market. How do you think that's freaking possible? How is that possible? How is that possible? I mean like think about this.

If you had options at just a ten dollar strike and the stock was trading at the day before you know four bucks, you had thirty thousand of them. That would be three million extra shares that they probably didn't even have right at just ten dollars. When those going the money to get hedge forward, which drives the stock price up, how many of those do you think riley used? How many of those do you think were actual shares that i i'm going to bet you this? The majority of those are probably not actual physical shares. There's no possible way.

You would have the entire flow of the stock trade freaking eight times over 150 million shares, and you saw 1.2 billion of volume come on, come on, there's no way. There's no freaking way. This comes full circle, guys you wan na know the best part. I found a list of all the dtc participants that are responsible for this mess.

I've got your name number and i'm coming for you all of you. This is some freaking crazy stuff guys. I cannot believe how full circle this comes, and i've talked about this a million times the naked short selling. We see the the uh, the the laddering, the short ladder attacks, the the counterfeits, the ious.

The failure delivers all these derivatives, all the liquidity that will transfer from the dtc over to us. It's no freaking wonder they don't want this to happen. It's no wonder they keep pushing the ball down the road, because it's gon na cost trillions of dollars for them to pay up now, where's the light at the end of the tunnel right, where's load at the end of the tunnel. You're, probably thinking yourself well, if this has happened for so freaking long, why would they not just keep doing it? Why would they? Why would they not just say, look too bad we're not gon na pay, we're just gon na halt trading, we're not gon na.

Let this go through because it is going to break trust in the u.s economy and the u.s stock market, and that will never be regained. I'll. Tell you this right now, they're way better off giving us the trillions of dollars in liquidity and putting the band-aid on this freaking. Massive massive tank wound then destroying the economy for 10 20 30 years.

Because that's what would happen i'll guarantee you this? If afc and gamestop don't come to fruition, if this, if this starts squeezing and they shut it down, somehow i will i will. I will tell all my kids i'll tell all my friends i'll tell everybody. I know to stay the frick away from the stock market, because that breaks all trust from the us economy and the retail investor and the institutional investor bank on us. They make money on us.

They cannot let that happen they make money by taking from us right. They're way better off paying over the trillions of dollars, i'm certain of this. If they shut this down, the u.s economy will crash forever. I shouldn't say forever: man freaking feels like it: oh, my god, okay, so that was the the breakdown on this freaking dd.

Out of it, you are an absolute legend that was some some stupid stupid, good uh, due diligence, and i want to give mad props or props is due. This is simply my interpretation, if there's anything that you don't agree with you, you want to. You want to counter argue any of the points that were made in this. Please let me know that was my interpretation of the data, but that's what i've got for you guys today on this video.

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I just appreciate this before, but taking the time to watch my videos. That is what i've got for you guys today. Thank you for watching my friends, my family and fellow gorilla gang keep aiming on keep hodling on we're going to win this freaking war and peace out.

By Trey

21 thoughts on “A house of cards”
  1. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Aaron Bennett says:

    Does he say it’s dangerous to hold AMC with Robinhood? Should we avoid Robinhood?

  2. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Swaggaccino says:

    Why slap an AMC logo on GME DD and not even mention GME? Trey you use to do GME DD 3 months ago but suddenly stopped. Hell you use to mention a lot of various stocks but now it's mostly AMC or shitcoins that are there to distract from GME. I wonder who is lining your pockets to remove buying pressure from GME. GME is up 7000% over the past year and AMC is up only 300%. AMC is completely dependent on GME for the squeeze but here's the kicker – GME doesn't need AMC. AMC is just along for the ride and its SI isn't even that high. Last thursday, KOSS did better than fucking AMC and unlike AMC, Koss doesn't have a half a billion float. Sad you are actually hurting the squeeze not helping it.

  3. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Marcin Tyszka says:

    Does setting limit sell at the high price prevent shorting from happening? Few people were talking about setting as high limit sell as possible, that way your shares get locked or something like that.

  4. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Chow says:

    So basically the money you buy for a stock is being used against yourself to hedge positions from yourself…?.

  5. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars imin heaven says:

    Blah blah blah, you just milking the amc community, you literally holding 3k shares

  6. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Pinned by ShibaAddicted says:

    People will be kicking themselves in few weeks if they miss the opportunity to buy and invest in Crypto ….BE WISE

  7. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Jebus Matoi says:

    If you want some laughs for the road, Godpill was just quoted saying he's lost 80k in 2 weeks looooool

  8. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Dee Light says:

    I always felt like if the market hadn't been rigged in some shape or form from the start, it'd have been fully illegal for us apes from the get-go. What they don't know, is that apes can learn, and we're catching up to the game. Why else do you think the rules are changing? They've long lost their chance at taking movies away from us. (I only have 690 shares)

  9. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Xieon Gaming and Crypto says:

    They are just going to tank the world if it comes down to it. They are that greedy

  10. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Big Rel Neumann says:

    Robinhood would prevent me selling? Should I transfer out of robinhood? What is better to use

  11. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Turner Dubler says:

    Very informative video. I'm not on the AMC train but I appreciate the effort to lay bare the underhanded illegal tactics being used against small-cap companies. Also, holy moly I'll have whatever it is that Trey's having. Dude is FIRED UP.

  12. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars John Richmond says:

    I have a question. about dividend or company voting. The dividend only pays to the owner and each stock only gets one vote, right? so then it should be pretty each to tell if there are more shares floating around than should be, right? or do the companies not short dividend stocks or do they keep track of each persons position and pay out of pocket to mask their naked selling? very curious to hear an answer to this. (ive got 30 amc at 9. shares and 10 gme shares at 200 and 30 mvis shares at 12 )

  13. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Hola! Mike Lawry says:

    TREY BREATHE!!!!!!! Jesus man slow down and get what you’re tryna say clearly across . You talk like a drill sergeant 😂😂😂😂😂

  14. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Neff sam says:

    I think u made a lot of sense. Someone hooked me on this. You are probably close to the truth. Maybe thats why Crypto is more fair

  15. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Froggystyles Clips says:

    If people stopped investing in the market. Then they would invest in them self or their business. The economy would boom

  16. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Natasha says:

    Incredible, I was born in the 80's… and have been invested in AMC/GME for about 6 months now, HODLING and buying more every day. Thanks so much for breaking things down for us in this video, and for all of the content you share! Proud to be part of the revolution!

  17. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars dman030 says:

    Dude, i am so glad you are bringing this to light. It's something I realized after 10 years of trading and why i dont even bother anymore. Wall Street is the home of satan, those who pray to mammon and would sell their of grandmothers for an extra buck. So expect no less from them when it comes to you.

  18. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Courtney life Journey and Perception says:

    Trey Trades are you selling us out? after that interview with The C.E.O Adam things changed. Their no reason for us retailers to vote Yes. 90% of investors doing it for the squeeze so why pretend like we trying to save AMC. We trying to line our bank account and yes we like amc but we like financial freedom more. VOTING yes is literally taking a chance to not see a squeeze why gamble that!

  19. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars badr moudou says:

    Man, AM i glad that in Europe this stuff isnt going on. I asked my stock app about recall my shares and hot the respons that they dont lend out shares for shorting. The company is called Degiro. I have the respons in writing.

  20. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Martinsleep says:

    You're so dedicated and talented, truly inspirational what you've managed to learn and done in such a short timespan man.

  21. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Field Myestas says:

    Hey @treytrades mad respect to you but when are you gonna tell your followers that you need to pressure Maxine waters and the Senate banking committee to get something done?? Everyday that passes they are figuring out how to help wallstreet come out of this situation…

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