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Interactive Brokers Group Chairman Thomas Peterffy discusses the SEC report on GameStop, empowering young investors and his company's earnings beat.

A Securities and Exchange Commission staff report failed to find a scandal in the trading this year in GameStop and other “meme” stocks.

GameStop & Robinhood Fraud | Hedgefund Manager Reacts to SEC via just finished with t @YouTubeanks  for having me @KevinPaffratht  was a blast and mentioned $OSTK and $ENVX

SEC describes GameStop frenzy, suggests no policy changes

SEC: GameStop Frenzy 'Tested the Capacity and Resiliency' of Stock Market@Malcolm__Flex  / VICE)

The U.S. stock market certainly shook when hundreds of thousands of regular people suddenly piled into GameStop early this year, driving its price to heights that shocked professional investors — but it didn't break.


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Robinhood CEO Vlad Tenev defends the company's decision to limit trading on some symbols following the GameStop stock chaos, saying they must "prudently manage the risk and the deposit requirements."

So, market manipulation by federal reserve pumping $ into failing banks & corporations is okay. But Reddit users rallying GameStop is wrong and must be regulated? The entire stock market is disconnected from reality. Funny how quickly the financial press cries for hedge funds.

A 20-year-old college student donated multiple Nintendo Switch consoles and games to Children's Minnesota Hospital in Minneapolis after cashing out almost $30,000 in GameStop stock last Wednesday

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Robinhood has stopped allowing users to buy GameStop, AMC, BlackBerry, and Nokia stock.

More than half of all Robinhood users own at least some GameStop stock. They are now unable to freely trade it; the app is only allowing users to close out their positions.

So let me get this straight: Redditors rallying GameStop is market manipulation, but hedge fund billionaires shorting a stock is just an investment strategy?

Note: Robinhood absolutely should not be stopping trading of GameStop. Market mechanisms include the reality that some people will attempt to game the market mechanisms -- and some will pay the price. Restricting who can buy and sell is using a hammer on free markets.

If Redditors rallying GameStop is unacceptable market manipulation, what would you call it when greedy Wall Street bankers gambled away our entire economy in 2008 and faced no consequences?

Hedge funds are complaining about losing billions on GameStop, which means it’s a good time to invest in whatever company makes the world’s tiniest violins.

A GameStop sea shanty. The Internet remains undefeated.