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Report: SEC To Begin Limit Individual Investor’s Access To Financial Markets

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Financial markets have been roiled recently with epic short squeezes, brought on by retail investors ‘Robinhoodrs’ causing extreme volatility via short-term trading. Institutional investors don’t like this development one bit and are pressuring the SEC to limit individual investor access to the financial markets.

Dan David, founder of Wolfpack Research, explains why the short of Game Stop represents a bigger picture of failed monetary policy in the U.S., reported War Room Pandemic this morning

The political establishment is mad about the wrong people playing in the stock market, and more regulations are coming. David, one of the legendary shorts in China, says his sources tell him the Securities Exchange Commission is gearing up to limit the ability of individual investors in the market.

“They’re going to start regulating against the individual investors,” David said. “I know for a fact the SEC is discussing it right now. I wouldn’t be surprised if [Jerome] Powell spoke on it today.”

After the internet bubble burst at the turn of the century, increased regulation began to prevent individual investors from speculating without a certain level of capital. These types of ‘regulations’ will likely be increased.

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4 comments

Ralph Compton January 27, 2021 at 5:19 pm

All about control of the free citizens and money. Let em rot in hell.

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John A Tardy January 27, 2021 at 5:59 pm

There are limits already. But a simple long purchase is not that risky. You can’t lose more money than you invest. The opposite is true for these institutional investors who decided to naked short Game Stop. Now they’re caught in a short squeeze, although I suspect most have given up and bought out of their position already, losing millions, tens of millions? Long term, I don’t think Game Stop is going anywhere. I wouldn’t buy it. The question I have is does the FEC decide this REDDIT activity was illegal because a consortium of investors colluded to manipulate a stock price? I don’t know.

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RT January 27, 2021 at 7:33 pm

If it isn’t available to individuals, it shouldn’t be available to institutional investors either. Take all options completely off the table, no more gambling… Otherwise, anyone should have the same right to trade. Market manipulation is already a crime- If they can investigate and prove it, they can address the individual instances. It should not result in trading strategies being taken away from individuals.
BTW- shorted GME this morning because I assume it will crash back down in time. If I’m wrong, I’ll lose some money and I’m okay with that, it was my risk to take.

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The Searchers January 28, 2021 at 12:08 pm

Has anything changed since Christopher Elias wrote his book, :”Fleecing the Lambs” back in 1971?
Certainly computers have changed things dramatically by making microsecond trades possible, profiting on microseconds in stock trades, but I suspect the people running things are largely the same.

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