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You know we got ta, do it to you, you know we got ta. Do it to you. We got ta hit you with that big fat, freaking smolder, boulder baby, oh yeah! That's how we're doing that! That's how we do it. Oh, it's a little! Oh! What is up everybody with the trade trades, we freaking talk fast and don't skip class baby, like probably saying that i'm gon na find your advisor experts so take what i say: the greatest salt, let's get into the video.

So today, my friends, my family, my fellow girly gang - i want to talk about the wells, fargo situation, this line of credit removal, closing all personal lines of credit that is happening with wells fargo, because this is a story that i don't think makes a whole lot Of sense right, the kind of picture that they're painting right now doesn't add up in terms of what their balance sheets say. What the overall economy says, what the federal reserve is saying and what money saying because money talks, my friends - and this is a bunch of baloney - it doesn't make any sense at all, so we're going to go through a couple, different topics here, i'm going to start You off with a preface talk about the reverse repurchase agreement market right. Just to give you an idea of what this actually is. I want to talk about margin debt.

I want to talk about what a line of credit really is. I want to talk about money being printed and how this can actually relate to the overall wells, fargo situation. Part of this is fact right. A lot of the stuff that i'm going to go over with you is just hard fact.

This is stuff that has been coming out right. It's just things that are known about this certain situation. Then i'm going to give you some opinions, some speculation, i'm going to let you know when both those situations are happening, i'm going to try and connect some dots for you, but just know there is some speculation involved in this overall piece, so without further ado baby. Let's get into this video, so i want to start off here by talking to you about in case you didn't catch it.

The wells, fargo debacle in terms of lines of credit. They came out a couple days ago and they publicly stated that they're gon na be shutting down all existing personal lines of credit and that they are not offering the consumer lending products anymore. The product which usually gave users 3 100 000 revolving credit lines, was pitched as a way to consolidate higher interest credit card debt, pay for home renovations or avoid overdraft fees on linked checking accounts. Customers will be given a 60-day notice that their accounts will be shuttered.

According to the report, wells fargo did not respond to any sort of questions that were asked now. The thing that i find the most peculiar is this: three thousand one hundred thousand dollar credit line revolving revolving right, because this is actually a pretty small amount of money in terms of a lot of the different customers who might be asking for margin or loan or Some sort of credit line from wells, fargo they're, pitching essentially saying that hey, look, we're gon na shut down this three thousand hundred thousand dollar credit line, so we can consolidate interest rate or credit card debt, so we can work on some loans, so we can just Take care of a whole bunch of different things, but what doesn't really add up to me is this: three thousand hundred thousand dollars in credit lines would be about the same as credit card, debt and or home renovations and or personal loans, because think about the amount Of money this is right. These are the little guys. These are individual people who are taking out credit lines, and that's essentially saying like this: look, i'm going to take away my five thousand dollars, uh that i've got pitched towards this company.

I'm gon na put into five thousand dollars of the other company. Both companies do the exact same thing. It doesn't make sense right. The money is still about the same in both scenarios, so why would they want to do this? So just asking these personal questions, it doesn't seem to make a lot of sense and, as i always say, if it doesn't make sense, it's probably because it doesn't make sense.

So if you don't know what a line of credit is, this is probably the most important thing to start with it's kind of a financing, an extended individual corporation or government entity by bank or financial institution. The big thing here is this individual corporation or government entity. Now the people of this affects is the little guy. You've got corporations you've got government entities which could be the federal reserve, the feds right, that's not affecting them, it's not affecting the corporation or the government entity.

These are little guys. Remember. Three thousand one hundred thousand dollar revolving credit lines was pitched as a way to consolidate higher interest credit card debt, pay for home renovations or avoid overdraft fees on linked checking accounts. That's what they're wiping away the reasoning for this is goofy it's because they want to take care of different.

You know credit card debt, they want to take care of different loans, but it's about the same sort of ballpark money. The only logical explanation that i have is that there's so many people here using credit lines that it outweighs the money that's going towards this. You know the credit card debt and or these loans that people are taking through wells fargo. It's possible right, that's an asset possible explanation, but it still does not make a whole lot of sense.

I'm gon na tell you why here a little bit so before we get into what happened with wells fargo, i want to talk about the reverse, repurchase agreement, market margin, debt and money. That's been printed because i think it's gon na paint the picture in terms of. What's actually happening here with banks, banks have more money than they basically ever had i mean you look at the overnight reverse repurchase agreement market. This kind of gives you an idea of how much money these banks have an rp or reverse repurchase agreement.

Essentially, is the act of banks having so much money that they have to give some to the federal reserve? This is the transaction right, so in this transaction, the feds are giving away treasury bills to banks. If they're they're selling these treasury bills, banks are giving them money in exchange for these treasury bills and the feds hold on to that money overnight. They just recently hit almost a trillion dollars in reverse repurchase agreement back here in the last couple of days. That's an exponential amount of money which is just giving you confirmation, factual confirmation that banks have on paper a lot of cash, but there's a problem with this right.

The problem with this reverse repurchase agreement that makes it look like banks are doing so. Freaking well, is you're not getting the whole picture you're, not looking at margin, debt and you're, not looking at money that has been printed so we'll start off here with margin debt. You look at the finra margin debt report as of may 31st 2021, and it's near all-time highs. Let's look at the maximum here, i can.

Let me do that five years, whatever so yeah 861 billion dollars of margin debt. This is essentially leveraging that goes into the stock market. This can come from a variety of different people, whether it be institutions, whether it be you know, just regular, individual retail investors, whether it be banks that are lending out money to institutions that are then going into the stock market. There's a lot of different ways that can work out, but essentially what this is saying is there's a lot of money being thrown into the u.s economy.

That's leveraged! It's all-time high, leveraging that's coming from! Maybe the federal reserve - maybe banks more likely banks, since banks are holding on to so much cash right, but this paints you the picture, there's a lot of debt, that's getting thrown around and it's just continuously going higher and higher and higher and higher. You can essentially think of this. Like okay, i know that i've got a hundred thousand dollar. This is my my yearly income's 50 grand i've got a hundred thousand dollar mortgage and you know what i decided to do instead of paying off my mortgage.

That you know is, maybe you know improving in value. It's accruing some sort of intrinsic value through the us. You know housing market. Instead, i just go out and buy another 100 000 house, even though i'm making a 50 000 a year salary.

I know that it's not sustainable, but i just keep doing it. I keep doing it. I keep throwing 100 grand here - 100 grand here 100 grand here 100 grand here and that's - what's been happening for the last one year on a much larger scale, with a lot of these big banks, institutions and buyers that are throwing money in the u.s economy. Last thing i want to talk about is this: before we get into the meat and potatoes and that's how much money was printed.

In 2020., more than 35 percent of us dollars ever printed were made in 2020.. Now this is an important thing because, as i just mentioned, you've got all-time highs in terms of reverse for purchase agreements. The banks have more money than they basically ever had. Almost a trillion dollars was hit in an overnight versus purchase agreement in the last one or two weeks, but what you don't see is that this is actually inflationary.

How much of that money is actual gains? How much are they actually improving their overall balance sheets and how much of it is just inflation, because what you've seen and i think in the us stock market overall is basically inflated gains. It looks like the market's on an absolute rampage, but how much of that is real right if you average three to five percent, an annual you know, year-over-year return on income in the stock market, but 35 of the money ever printed came in the last year or So how much of that's real right? Obviously some of those gains are not going to be wiped out by the inflation that's going to come and and follow through with that much money being printed now. This is all important stuff, because, essentially what it is saying is true: banks have more money than they've ever had, but we also know this. A lot of money has been printed, which means a lot of their gains, are inflationary and, secondly, margin debt isn't an all-time high, meaning that banks likely are also playing pretty heavy in margin in debt in their total assets versus liabilities.

And this is where things get fascinating, because when you look at wells fargo and their overall assets versus liabilities, their cash on hand, all the facts that would make it look like hey look. We got to wipe out this line of credit thing for our customers, essentially to take care of other liabilities that we have on our balance sheets. It doesn't make a whole lot of sense right. So what happened? Well, we didn't know that wells, fargo, wiped out lines of credit, there's 60 days for a lot of these members to essentially clean up their lines of credit which, by the way, sucks it's going to affect their overall credit scores.

Some of these guys might default on their credit lines. Who knows if they can even pay them off right? The little guy got on this one. It's garbage absolute garbage. So what made me start to ask some questions? Is banks are flush with cash right? We've seen this we've seen, the banks have more money than they basically ever had it's.

It's honestly, freaking mind-blowing how much money they have. But what doesn't add up is the wells fargo balance sheet. So i started to think to myself. Okay, if they're taking away this line of credit, it must mean that their their actual liabilities are pretty out of hand.

It must be pretty rough right if they have to take from essentially one line of credit, one sort of way that they're accruing interest and making money and pay off other things how their assets versus liabilities their assets in 2020 were 1.9 trillion dollars. These are in millions right, so that's 1.9 times, uh 1.1 million there's 1.9 trillion the total liabilities 1.779 trillion, so they actually have a net difference of about 200 billion dollars in extra cash. Their assets are greater than the liabilities hold on a second right. If they're saying that they need to take care of this line of credit, so they can pay off credit card debt, so they can take care of other loans that individual members have right.

Well, that must mean that their assets versus liabilities must be a little jacked up, but it's not it's not right, which makes me kind of wonder a little more. So i go deeper into the depths here. You're, looking at the overall total liabilities, long-term debt, cash on hand, total assets, and you look at these. You know, based on different time frames here.

As of march 31st, 2021 they've got 1.9 billion dollars in total. What the i don't want that sound they've got 1.9 billion dollars in terms of overall cash on uh total assets. As i was cash on hand, they have a lot of money too, 439 billion dollars. Now you combine those together.

You've got a pretty decent chunk of cash 1.95 billion dollars. That's that's! In the trillions. It's a lot of freaking cash. You look at their long-term debt doesn't make sense 183 billion dollars.

Let's look at the total liabilities. Total liabilities. 1.77 billion dollars. Now, you add all this up together right and you still have more net difference positive cash than you do negative.

So where is this all making sense right? Where does this come into effect? What does this mean if the total assets versus liabilities is green? It means they've got more cash than they have debt. Well, how come that is the case. How does this? How does this make any sort of sense? My answer to you is: it does not there's not a lot of transparency. That's taking place here with this wells.

Fargo debacle - and this affects the little guy man - this affects the little guy exponentially. So the only explanation that i can come up with that makes any sort of sense. Is these banks have so much cash that is inflated? That's based off of heavy leveraging. That came from the us economy, the federal reserve, printing, massive amounts of hemorrhaging money man, i mean this is going to really affect the u.s economy in some sort of way in the next one, two three years.

Who knows how much? But the only thing that i can think of is a lot of this cash is inflated. It doesn't actually actually it does exist, but it's not being fully the pa. The picture's not painted right. It's you're not seeing what's actually happening here because of how much money has been printed, how much overall debt there is in the u.s economy and how much of this money is getting moved around on a day-to-day day-to-day basis.

I think there's something really interesting to show you right here check this out. A 9 trillion dollar binge turned central banks into the markets. Biggest whales now check this out since the start of the pandemic. Central banks in the u.s europe and japan have been on a nine trillion dollar spending spree.

This just confirms the fact that banks are flush with cash. They've got a crap ton of money that binge has turned the u.s federal reserve. The european central bank and the bank of japan is the ultimate market. Whales swelling combined assets of 24 trillion dollars.

That's nearly half of the u.s stock market's liquidity that is basically allocated to all stocks across the market. It would take all these companies right here, all their market caps to make 24 trillion dollars right now. Why is this important if the banks have so much money that they're just basically giving away free cash to the federal reserve every single day, nearly one trillion dollar day in terms of reverse repurchase agreements overnight, rrps right? What does this mean? The only conclusion that i can come to with this wells, fargo sort of situation is there's a lack of transparency. This is sketchy stuff.

This does not make a whole lot of sense. You're trading apples for apples, you're affecting the little guy his line of credit for basically no direct reason, they're, not really stating anything that gives me any sort of validation towards the fact that they should be doing that right. Their balance sheets look good on paper. Who knows how much of that's actual debt, who knows if they're, even actually painting the picture? We know that wells fargo in the past has committed to fraudulence by creating bank accounts that weren't even supposed to exist right? Who knows if it's happening again i'll tell you that right now this is a big freaking red flag.

I do not like this in the least bit, i'm going to tell you why this is going to tighten down the economy. If banks have so much freaking money right now, one day you're going to wake up and the feds are just going to take this money back. It's not going to be an overnight repurchase, a reverse repurchase agreement anymore. It's just going to be an rp.

It's going to be a reverse repurchase agreement, meaning the defense just want their freaking money back they're going to say: hey banks hold on to these freaking treasury bills. We're gon na park your cash right here in the federal reserve. You don't need this much money anymore. What happens when banks have this much money? My conclusion that i'm drawing this opinion - this is speculation - is that banks like wells fargo, are all of a sudden pulling lines of credit, but they're not really doing anything with the big boys, the institutions, the corporations, the federal reserve, because they're still continuing business as usual.

As normal with these guys, this is a sign that there's gon na be a tightening down on the economy. It's going to raise interest rates, you're, going to see inflation, go up, you're going to see less overall equity. That's given to the general public, the little guy. That's going to affect the u.s stock market.

How is it going to do that right? Think about it like this, it's a tightening effect, you're tightening down the economy, which is going to cause a slow market, either this sort of stuff the up and down the consolidation or a bear market, and the reason that i believe that is, if you think about This very simply put right oopsie, if you think about this very simply put if there's x amount of allocated cash at any sort of given time right and you decrease x by y, all of a sudden, you you take out this just hypothetically, say: 100 billion dollars, But you usually playing with 200 billion dollars. Well, there's less overall supply, which increases demand. It's going to raise the interest rates. If there's more demand for money, it's going to raise interest rates, it's going to mean that there's more inflation, if there's less overall liquidity available to the general public, it just creates bad things for the u.s economy.

So does this affect any individual stock in the market? That's speculation. I'm not gon na sit here and pretend, like. I know that it's gon na affect you know: shorted stocks, i'm not gon na pretend. I know it affects xyz, but it will affect the us stock market.

I really do think the economy and the stock market. This is a big red flag, wells fargo when you think of one of the biggest banks in america. That's one of the biggest banks in america, man who knows how many others are going to start following suit with wells fargo. You know this is sketchy stuff.

It doesn't make sense. Assets versus liabilities have got way more cash on hand than they do liabilities, they're sitting absolutely fine in terms of the balance sheets on paper. Who knows if it's legit right? I can't tell you that for sure, but this is this ain't. This ain't - it bob is saying it, but i'm telling you right now.

This should make you ask some questions i'll, be watching very closely. What comes out with wells fargo here in the future, because reverse repurchase agreement market says hey. Banks are flush with cash. No reason for this they're continuing business as usual, with corporations with the federal reserve only the little guys getting here that should make.

You really ask some questions and that's what i've got for this video, so blah blah blah drop a like and subscribe to my friends. Catch on the next one light: zaps lights, apps all day, every day, much love and peace.

By Trey

26 thoughts on “Wells fargo is trying to thanos snap retail”
  1. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Mark Ankofski says:

    Repeat offender here ! Buy and HODLing !! Keep up the great work Trey !! Mainstream media completely F**ked … i like your honest information !!!

  2. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars No Bro says:

    Is it possible that Wells Fargo did this to attack the little guy and get them to sell their stock positions in order to pay off their Wells Fargo lines of credit? "We reserve the right to change the terms and conditions at anytime without notice." People signed that and agreed. This entire rabbit hole is insane, and hell yes I took the red pill and I ONLY buy AMC. Lets make them lose TRILLIONS!!! 500k per share.

  3. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars klancaster1112 says:

    Please remember the source of this article. Post is super conservative and has been known to create FUD.

  4. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Rafael A. says:

    I guess what’s the other side of that? Are they worried people will default on loans for what’s about to come? How many apes took out loans for shares and maybe WF doesn’t believe in AMC? I am Hodling AMC strong here

  5. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Titan Bros says:

    I will hold amc and when it squuezes i will still hold and then hold i will Rise 10000% and still hold what can i say i like the stock just looks good (AMC)

  6. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Hole Inwall says:

    They don’t want people using existing line of credits or opening new ones to buy stonks. Strangle the little guy, bail out the big guy🤷🏻‍♂️

  7. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars sean machado says:

    I gotta say man its scary and its painful whats happening now i started my stock portfolio with 3500 i invested in AMC so far ive gone up to $139,000 and now im back down to the mid $60,000 range and im still holding because i believe we r right but im going to lose 100 grand if im wrong having faith in apes and ive never has this much money in my life

  8. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars E-Rock Mixtapes says:

    Shenanigans at every turn by the institutions! I can't for the hedgies and banks to go down hard.

  9. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Chrissy Scampini says:

    Bringing up to $100-$300 then dropping to shake traders off in regular stock plays may have worked in the past. But this is a DIFFERENT BEAST! We all know we own the majority shares. Not instutions this time around. We APES will not get shaken off until we get thousands per share. Their dirty games haven't worked so far! We WON & aren't selling!

  10. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars ken says:

    Great video. Thanks Trey. Reference Wells Fargo. Are they making a play to take the steam out of retail investing?

  11. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Marian Chicago says:

    If you read the big short, Goldman Sachs is usually the one creating trouble but it’s always the first one out, then you had JP Morgan follow suit, then the rest follow and banks that were always late to the party and overstayed their welcome like Deutsche Bank, Bear Sterns, Lehman Brothers, over the last decade, margins been thin, so a lot of big institutions have been playing in derivatives markets, trading them in dark pools to keep them out of sight, reporting only the lowest numbers of possible exposures, keeping them off their balance sheets thru all kinds of financial engineering, my guess is, chickens are coming home to roost, CDO’s that caused a lot of mess last time around have been repackaged as BTO’s, with a lot of states opening up, eviction freezes being lifted, BTO’s are coming home to roost and Wells Fargo is holding the bag

  12. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Roland Rosemary says:

    I invested in Tesla back in 2013, I was very much a bear, My reasoning was simple: Tesla was trying to do what no American automaker has done so far: Develop and sell a mass-market electric vehicle. It was trying to do what no American company had done in nearly a century: Start up a new auto manufacturing business. To take it a step further, I bought 40 shares from Tesla miners, investing about $1,800 in total with part of the proceed from a 401(k) rollover. At the $908 per share price I sold at,that's a realized profit of $35,000! It may not be a life changing money, but it's an incredible return nonetheless,Now I am working with 3 asset Gold, Silver and Crypto all are good but crypto investment is the mother of them all, Crypto has followed this pattern for sometime now, it dips and gets everyone scared then after retesting an old resistance several times, we wake up one day to see it is bullish. This period is the perfect time to buy the dip and accumulate irrespective of the bulls being under pressure. Bitcoin moving up is inevitable and would see the price of bitcoin surpass it's all time highs. The reversal was imminent because obviously, the bitcoin market needed a correction to gather the right momentum to give the bulls more steam and this just make it the perfect time to invest and accumulate as much as possible. I'd strongly advice any newbie/traders to buy the dip for traders who are still wondering whether to enter the market or old time traders who are Holders to seek help from not just any trader but an established trading expert with at least 89% trade accuracy. I underwent a series of trading losses I'd best not talk about before I was introduced to trading analyst Expert Mrs Rose. My contact with her has being the hallmark of this year for me,under her careful guide and her signal service I've been able to recover my losses and even grow my trading portfolio massively from 1.2 btc to 4.6 btc in just 5 weeks. I will advice traders especially newbies to have an orientation of trading before they get involved in it. Expert Mrs Rose makes you learn daily while you make profits with her signals.
    She can be contacted via WhatsApp +1(716) 563-6130 for inquires into profitable trading strategy…

  13. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Roland Rosemary says:

    I invested in Tesla back in 2013, I was very much a bear, My reasoning was simple: Tesla was trying to do what no American automaker has done so far: Develop and sell a mass-market electric vehicle. It was trying to do what no American company had done in nearly a century: Start up a new auto manufacturing business. To take it a step further, I bought 40 shares from Tesla miners, investing about $1,800 in total with part of the proceed from a 401(k) rollover. At the $908 per share price I sold at,that's a realized profit of $35,000! It may not be a life changing money, but it's an incredible return nonetheless,Now I am working with 3 asset Gold, Silver and Crypto all are good but crypto investment is the mother of them all, Crypto has followed this pattern for sometime now, it dips and gets everyone scared then after retesting an old resistance several times, we wake up one day to see it is bullish. This period is the perfect time to buy the dip and accumulate irrespective of the bulls being under pressure. Bitcoin moving up is inevitable and would see the price of bitcoin surpass it's all time highs. The reversal was imminent because obviously, the bitcoin market needed a correction to gather the right momentum to give the bulls more steam and this just make it the perfect time to invest and accumulate as much as possible. I'd strongly advice any newbie/traders to buy the dip for traders who are still wondering whether to enter the market or old time traders who are Holders to seek help from not just any trader but an established trading expert with at least 89% trade accuracy. I underwent a series of trading losses I'd best not talk about before I was introduced to trading analyst Expert Mrs Rose. My contact with her has being the hallmark of this year for me,under her careful guide and her signal service I've been able to recover my losses and even grow my trading portfolio massively from 1.2 btc to 4.6 btc in just 5 weeks. I will advice traders especially newbies to have an orientation of trading before they get involved in it. Expert Mrs Rose makes you learn daily while you make profits with her signals.
    She can be contacted via WhatsApp +1(716) 563-6130 for inquires into profitable trading strategy…

  14. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Jon Harsanje says:

    I see this as follows:
    Wells Fargo notices the amount of apes. They know apes don't need credit after the MOASS. They close credit lines.

    hahaha, jk, I agree with Trey. We're effed. You're hodling your only ticket to financial freedom because Wells Fargo just took away the indentured servitude route.

  15. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Scott Combs says:

    The wall street formula; sell short, drive stocks down, kill small investors, then buy back and enjoy uptick, liquidate, pay 15% cap gain tax and repeat but guess what, We are an army and all have diamond hands. I'm sick of the market manipulation by the hedge funds and whales.

  16. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Gorilla Trader says:

    I believe Elizabeth Warren is the only one speaking out about this. She was the only one on homeowners side back during that crisis. She is the only one willing to keep the banks honest.

  17. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Gorilla Trader says:

    Again, why anyone would do business with Wells Fargo is beyond me. They have proven to use illegal/fraudulent tactics since the housing crisis. Unless everyone takes their money out of WF they will live on and prove that the average person can be taken advantage of. Just like Robinhood, how the hell are they still in business? Because people are weenies, big talkers, no doers. This is what scares me about the AMC/GME movement. How can you trust someone who says they are in it for the long haul and want to bankrupt the HFs but yet let Robinhood and Wells Fargo sh** all over them?

  18. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars drharkins93 says:

    I work at a wf branch and they didn't even tell us anything about it…I found out from a customer.

  19. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Bryce Mcintosh says:

    So I've been thinking this since the credit tightening of 2008. Banks have so much money they don't even need to lend it anymore. Invest it and sit back and cash the checks. Not to mention they invest OUR money and pay us .00001 percent if anything.

  20. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Kam says:

    If the stock market crashed – would we lose our AMC shares?

    If AMC squeeze causes the crash – would we lose our money?

  21. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Jimmy Pham says:

    So Trey comes down the rabbit hole finally 😉👍 I said this weeks ago, everyone in YouTube will be speaking about repo's & RRPs soon enough, and here we are today. My my my, how they children have finally caught up 😂 Jkjk Love ya Trey, one of the few YTers I truly respect and love watching.

  22. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Kerl says:

    Bruh I remade the money I spent on AMC a long time ago and I don’t really care lol imma just wait till they pay. Btw I’m still 300% up. I might as well borrow money from the bank at less than 1% fee to invest in AMC.

  23. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars renmer fddsa says:

    Can you please talk about other stocks as well? Like trch/mmat sens xone mvis (your top investments)

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  25. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Gsusresistance says:

    HEY TREY WHAT IF WELLS FARGO HAS BEEN PAID BY THE HEDIES TO DO THIS SO THEY HAVE TO PULL MONEY OUT OF THE MARKET TO COVER DEBTS ???? AND MAYBE HAVE TO SELL SOME GME / AMC SHARES ?
    Sorry for caps and punctuation screen is broken but need more shares before replacing it lol plus wanted this to be seen

  26. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Bud Wier says:

    The play on MOASS is big enough they may be tryin to call in "retail" credit so Apes sell to pay down their lines.

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