Surplus electronic parts :
Stock and Crypto AI Prediction :

Join my Discord:
Gaming Channel:
Tiktoks: @realtreystrades @realtreycollins
Venmo: @treystrades
PO Box: Tremayne Collins 501 SW 5th Street Unit # 1949 Lawton, OK 73502
(Be sure to write my name on any package)

Get 10% off GamerSupps, an energy supplement that replaced energy drinks in my life:
10% off Unusual Whales: #TreyTrades
Click this link to get ExpressVPN! I personally use this VPN service to protect myself online due to their strict no-log policy and other features that come with it:
I am not a financial advisor nor expert, please take anything I say with a grain of salt. ExpressVPN and Unusual Whales are affiliate links.

You know in forrest gump they say uh life is like a box of chocolates. You never know what you're gon na get in this situation. For this video, i think more applicable would be. Life is like a prairie of kangaroos.

You never know which one's gon na kick you in the dick and uh. This is very applicable to what we are going to discuss here today, as you can see by the title and by the thumbnail, there is an individual whom i've actually never seen before. In my life i saw she followed me a couple days ago. I was like sandy krakowski.

I don't know who this person is. They've got a check mark by their name. They say: they're, uh, uh, a traitor. Full-Time they've got lots of experience, whatever they came out with probably the most disrespectful and uh flat-out stupid, tweets that i've ever seen in my life and today is as perfect an opportunity as any to just point out how silly and how stupid this is.

To. First, stop validate you and second off sort of call out dumb for what for what it is, because this is just a stupid opinion in my opinion, uh, but with that being said, let's get into this: let's not waste too much time. Let's set you some context, so where did this all start? Well, sandy krakowski replied to a tweet that i put out earlier in the day and it was this uh. This is one hell of a wild market, man so much whiplash, and this was a response to.

As you can see, this is 10 17 a.m. This is central standard time. This is in response to watching the whiplashing back and forth of every single stock in the market. Right now i've got pulled up amc.

You can see that amc went bop, bop, bop, bop, bop, bop, bop, there's ping pong ping pong back and forth between bullish and bearish. What one two three four five six seven different times throughout the day tried to make a decision on which direction to go. This is just amc: if you look at the spy, it actually ended up. Closing green and semi is semi bullish.

I mean this sort of bounced down off of what was a move from 414 down to 405 up to 415. is a pretty disgusting, filthy move and that's a whiplash-esque market. Well, i tweeted this out right after you saw this pop-up and then the pop down very whiplashy makes some good sense. Well, coming off of this, you had a individual, whom i just named before uh by the name of sandy krakowski.

Now sandy deleted this tweet uh. If you look back on the replies, only an infamous few will be able to say that they were there. They were there to get to witness uh the absolute uh sort of sort of uh common sense beat down that sandy had to take here and don't pay any attention to how dead my phone was, but i posted the screenshot at 11 16.. She tweeted out.

It's a kangaroo market, uh hoppity, hop hap happened. What she's, referring to by this i'm assuming, is everything's very up and down very jumpy, a bunch of retail traders with the emotional stability of a teenager who have less than two thousand dollars in their account smh. Now i don't know what you were trying to accomplish by by replying that to me i don't know if you, if you've, you know watched what i've done for any amount of time or even looked at my been on my bio fighting, to create equitable markets for All i don't know if you, if you took five seconds to do the research, but you obviously picked the wrong guy to sort of get to side with you on this. This is a pretty cold.

Take uh for many reasons. First off and probably the most important is it's very obvious whose fault this is no matter where the fed tries to shift blame, no matter where the president tries to shift blame. You have to look at things. Very simply, lots of money has been printed.

This is the ramifications of poor economic decisions that have been made by politicians that have been led by corrupt politicians and that have ultimately led to what we're staring at now, which is hyperinflation, 40-year, high inflation rates and a very aggressive fed who was a year late To the party - and i replied that i replied that very straight up, i said retail then make this mess the fed did - and this is uh so drastically important, but we can't even stop there from here. It even gets worse because not only do you have the fed sort of screwing up the way the economy is going you're putting some downwards pressure on the market, as things are, you've got a messed up market maker system. Now guys, you know this as well as i do all the apes out there have watched they've seen some of the absolutely insane moves that take place on a on a day-to-day basis, intraday basis, but this is not a healthy move. If you were to look back not that long ago, if you're, looking at a one-hour candle and and sort of look back on how the spy used to move this is astronomically different, i mean the volatility that you're watching happen.

Right now is not natural. This is not getting moved by people just buying commons, which is to be thought of as stock. This is very simply put derivatives. Derivatives have the option of insane leveraging.

You buy a deep in the money. Call you buy a deep in the money, put you're able to get that hedge for and move a ticker in either direction that you'd like pretty much instantaneously for much less up front firepower. That's, quite simply, is how you can put it, which is then taken care of by market makers. Now, what do market makers want to do? We've talked about this before they want to sell calls they want to sell, puts they want to collect premium well, what better way to collect premium than to do it on both sides of the coin, intraday open up at at 410 go up to 415 down to 405, up to 415 same day, i mean you want to guarantee a way that everybody's getting clapped, except for the institutions and the market makers.

This is the way to do it, because no one, how do you? How do you predict this? You know? How do you predict a squeeze up in an hour? A 10 move, a 10 point move in what 45 minutes 45 minutes. You went from 405 up to 415. market makers. Do this the fed? Does this retail? You tell them like sure? Okay, let's not discount the fact, if they're very, very, very conservatively, there's in my opinion, much more money in an average individual retail account than two thousand dollars.

Let's say it's two thousand two thousand dollars and you multiply that by let's just say across all the stock market, you've maybe got 20 million uh total retail investors. Well, if we were to just do some quick math, let's pull up a calculator, i'm just pulling up a random number by the way. But let's just say that there's we'll even go higher, we'll go we'll go 30 million, 30 million total retail investors, and you multiply that by 2 000. hundreds thousands, millions, billions 60 billion dollars all right 60 billion.

You want to see something up. How much money is in the derivatives market over 1 quadrillion dollars suck my ass, you goon. What are you talking about? You peon. You think that we are doing this.

There's a quadrillion dollars in the derivatives market. You think retail is the one. That's whiplashing this back and forth. Now i don't know what this percentage comes out to 30 billion dollars: 60 billion dollars, whatever it comes out to that's a fraction of a fraction of a quadrillion dollars a fraction of a fraction, and if there's any issues with retail in the least bit and there's Any problems it doesn't come from us, you know money's not doing it if anything may be a lack of education but when's the last time that a book on the stock market's been written up.

You want to look up something stock market mechanics check this out. If i want to go shopping and i want to buy a book on stock market mechanics, what you're going to find is that all this stuff is dated pretty damn far back. Nothing keeps up with the current market. Why? They don't want to teach you that the only way you can find out is by digging trying stuff out test it out.

Do some research back test things you get it wrong. You come back to the drawing board. This is the situation all right. This is the goofiest reply that i've ever seen.

If anything, if you have any merit to stand on sandy uh business and trading mentor made my first million at 30 built 18 companies. What 18 companies have you have you run i've never even heard of you regardless, regardless. If there's any likes to stand on here. The only thing that you can maybe debate is emotionality, but don't even pretend like that doesn't happen at the hedge fund level, because it does all right.

How do you explain melvin capital? How do you explain citadel? How do you explain archaic ghosts? How do you explain the people who trade with their egos thinking that money can just buy them out of any situation? Well, i guess because nine times out of ten it can. But the point still stands. I wanted to drive this home because today is the best possible day that we've had in some recent time to point out how goofy this is and how honestly uh retail investors are sort of just trying to play a game right, we're along for a ride. The market is a wild beast that is sort of got a chip in its neck that is controlled behind the scenes by composite men, who you can think of as market makers and a select few institutions.

The select few who hold the 90 of power in the game, you can do your best to try and guess it, but to say that retail causes. This is is something else and i've seen this opinion pop up five million times uh, and this seemed like a good opportunity to drive this point home, and this is how i'm gon na close off the video. All right. Retail is not the problem.

Retail's part of the solution the moment that capitalism turns into monopolism. That's when you run into a problem - and i guess history repeats itself - you watch capitalism, sort of give breed to uh these monopolies and duopolies and triopolis and whatever you want to say the way that the market currently works, but retail in this grassroots movement and what Apes stand for that is the solution. It's not the problem. I think, especially now in these crazy market circumstances, when things are wild and we're entering what appears to be a recession, it's important to be able to reground yourself in that belief, and that's my belief, my belief is that we as retail, make a difference.

We're not a part of the problem and uh, i guess that's about it. So that's what i got for this video guys. I thought that was an interesting thing to discuss uh. I am actually gon na be going live on twitch by the way i'm gon na tweet this out after i rip a jim cramer video.

You already know a jim cramer. Video is gon na go up on my other channel, but uh i'm gon na go live on twitch after i get all my stuff done and uh i'll tweet that out and we're gon na discuss market stuff. So if you want to come and hang out, it's pretty chill just an opportunity to to sit and chill and talk about whatever and that's what i got so i'll catch. You all later appreciate you tuning in much lovely taps.

By Trey

28 thoughts on “Lol this is silly”
  1. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Pwrmic says:

    I went from making mad money, to losing bad money to breaking even minus theta decay

  2. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars AC Slot Guy says:

    OMG Suck my ass you goon! 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 i say that All the time 😂😂😂

  3. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Salvatore Michael says:

    Looks like you encountered a stock market Karen. She demands to speak to the manager of the retail investors!

  4. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Key Gen says:

    Stock market has become a casino and these recent weeks has made it very obvious.

  5. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Michael Elwell says:

    2 grand I would say over 50 percent are 3k or more

  6. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars martins Sylve says:

    Afa go delete that your number from that comment way start HELLO IM TOTALLY NEW TO CRYPRO

  7. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Carianin 52 says:

    Market controlled by corruption.

  8. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars martins Sylve says:

    Afa go delete that your number from that comment way start HELLO IM TOTALLY NEW TO CRYPRO

  9. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars martins Sylve says:

    Afa go delete that your number from that comment way start HELLO IM TOTALLY NEW TO CRYPRO

  10. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars martins Sylve says:

    Afa go delete that your number from that comment way start HELLO IM TOTALLY NEW TO CRYPRO

  11. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Mark Moore says:

    25 k ya bitch and thats being down 40 percent lol

  12. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Roger Alves says:

    While bitcoin’s wild <price movements might seem random, they are often driven by the same fundamental catalysts as in the traditional markets. Some claim bitcoin is impervious to shocks that affect global finance; it’s a hedge against things like inflation and a sure bet against tides of uncertainty. Moves within traditional finance can boost or burn bitcoin’s price because they determine how easy it is for financial epicenters like Wall Street to invest in bitcoin…Keeping all this in mind, it is important to trade with the right strategy when going into the crypto world. reed callen has been doing a great job reviewing all chart, trade and techniques on BTC which has enhance the growth of my portfolio to 27 BTC lately. You can reach him on ͲeIєɠɾαm👉Reed47

  13. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Hola! Christopher Gruber says:

    1. It's hard to kill a bull.
    2. It's true that option contracts activity has increased by 35% from 2020.
    3. I see the chart on a day like today and I see an overall trend to the downside but the "buy the dip" crowd hasn't completely capitulated, yet.
    4. Be careful not to see conspiracy in market action. Yes, there are bad actors, I am sure. Yes, there is the need for reform. But it's not all a coordinated conspiracy, either.

  14. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars TheJryanlee says:

    $405 is lava… What, nobody saw an end of day 2% run on the SPY coming?

  15. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Captain Hassan says:

    Afa go delete that your number from that comment way start HELLO IM TOTALLY NEW TO CRYPRO

  16. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars #holder of the shares says:

    Love the video you're spot-on Trey the problem is the fed the market makers and our government they're the most corrupt out there (Democrats)

  17. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Froggy Stonks says:

    Stop picking fights with old ladies bro.. Look at her hairstyle… She's the Focking MANAGER!

  18. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Laura McVay says:

    Agree with everything you just said!! Keep up the good work!! Don’t listen to judge mental stupid people!

  19. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Gary Burton says:


  20. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Bullseye Fowl says:

    Thee BEST video of the day !!!! by far Trey, …wow her reality is in a different atmosphere 😂😂😂

  21. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Mitchell Rouse says:

    Who claims retail moves markets? Laughable

  22. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Mitchell Rouse says:

    $2,000 might be an average if you consider that's all we have left 🤣🤦

  23. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Mitchell Rouse says:

    Are we near the bottom yet guys

  24. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Bla Bla says:

    So funny see guys that been in market a year that think they know what they're doing.I am retail guy and I can admit most are morons. Apes stand for what?

  25. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars VinnieMak330 says:

    Trey. I believe you in. Mid xxxx holder and haven’t sold a single share! I believe we will see ATH sooner rather than later!

  26. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Albert Von Schultz says:

    Well I don't know about other but I got more than $2,000 in my account and I didn't sell anything today. I've actually been buying and holding

  27. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Headge Hunter says:

    The market is moving like a meme stock. This is insane to see…

  28. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars HighMetal says:

    Why can't there be a shortage of stupid people?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.