Understand the GameStop Short Squeeze – Greg Arthur, Andy Tanner

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In this episode of Rich Dad stock cast, host Andy Tanner dives into the resurgence of the GameStop short squeeze phenomenon that took the world by storm in early 2021. With a recent 60% spike in GameStop stocks, short sellers faced over $2 billion in losses. Tanner explores the concept of short selling, shares his perspective on the GameStop situation, and reflects on the broader implications on the stock market.

The episode covers the dynamics between hedge funds and retail investors, particularly how the collective action on Reddit led to a significant market impact. Tanner cautions against speculative trading, emphasizing education, long-term value investment, and the ethical dimensions of investing. He wraps up by advising against involvement in the volatile GameStop stock, advocating for a focus on solid, value-creating investments.

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00:00 Introduction
04:01 The Art of Short Selling Explained
05:23 The Blockbuster Story: A Missed Short Selling Opportunity
08:19 GameStop's Short Squeeze: A Strategic Play
12:29 The Role of Robinhood in the GameStop Frenzy
15:04 GameStop's Struggle with Fundamentals and Future Prospects
18:49 GameStop Saga: A Deep Dive into Market Dynamics
20:44 Investment Philosophy: The Ethical Considerations of Short Selling
22:54 The Importance of Education in Investment Strategies
28:56 Building Wealth: The Case for Solid, Value-Driven Investments


Disclaimer: The information provided in this video is for educational and informational purposes only. It should not be considered as financial advice or a recommendation to buy or sell any financial instrument or engage in any financial activity.

The content presented here is based on the speaker's personal opinions and research, which may not always be accurate or up-to-date. Financial markets and investments carry inherent risks, and individuals should conduct their own research and seek professional advice before making any financial decisions.

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  • @911jak says:

    For the most part, shorting is the best way to make free money. You just need to learn how to manage your cover calls. I make money on the other side by selling cash secured puts. I like high volatility. I never buy the options.

  • @foxmulder7616 says:

    Roaring Kitty 🐈 lol

  • @CraftedGenius says:

    Quite a few things wrong here:
    1. RK put thesis after thesis together why it was undervalued. Others mentioned the short play, his thesis was disc based consoles and how it was undervalued. He didn’t lead it.
    2. They had a profitable year in 2023.
    3. They have no debt beside a small French covid loan
    4. They have $1.3b in cash, since invested $300m in some yet to be released asset
    5. Their split was 4x, you said 2x
    6. No mention of daily volume being over float
    7. No mention of Ryan Cohen working as ceo for free
    8. Company about to get massive windfall from selling shares (3 year window)
    9. It ain’t over. It’s just beginning.
    10. You spelled sequel wrong in your thumbnail.

    Downloaded this for the laugh though!

  • @Ravenstown says:

    That is not the case anymore – New Money = 1.2B in Cash / Borrowed Money = 0 Debt – Trailing 12 months is profitable. Go ahead and short it if you are so confident that it is such a bad company and is going to die.

  • @nathantucker1422 says:

    This is FUD…

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