I made this comment yesterday, and based on many of the comments in the two posts below, I feel like more of us need to realize what’s actually happening here- the reason that Wall Street and the SEC using the term “Meme Stock”
What could possibly be more dangerous than a GME subreddit full of pissed off, DRS’d GME investors who’ve already bought and registered $1.5 BILLION worth of shares?:MILLIONS OF NEWCOMER WOULD-BE GME INVESTORS WITH UNTAPPED CASH AND INVESTMENT ACCOUNTS, WHO WOULD INEVITABLY FOLLOW THE SAME PATH WE ALL HAVE.
When they say “Meme Stock”, that’s their intended audience.
Calling GME a meme stock isn’t directed at us- it’s directed at the millions of normie investors out there that Wall Street NEEDS to stay asleep.
They CANNOT afford to have the rate of GME investor newcomers grow, so they call it a meme stock to subtly encourage uninformed and/or ignorant outsiders to scoff.Why?
Bc underneath the surface, when humans scoff at things they privately know they haven’t personally studied, there’s actually a mix of:
- fear of loss
- fear of confirming/confronting one’s own ignorance
- fear of being exposed to others as uninformed and/or ignorant
- fear of being associated w/ the “wrong” crowd (“Do you seriously listen to all those idiot GME reddit traders?”
- ego stroking
- perceived self-preservation
…and all of that keeps most would-be newcomers away from even considering learning more about GME.So what? Why does knowing this change anything?
Because the very thing they tipped their hand about is something WE have the POWER, RIGHT NOW, to CHANGE.
It’s on US to educate- DON’T GET OFFENDED. THEY’RE FUCKING TERRIFIED OF YOU OPENING MORE AND MORE INVESTOR MINDS THAN THEY CAN AFFORD TO FIGHT.LET’S GO FUCKING GET THEM!