2021 Stock Market

frackincygy

Active Member
Jul 13, 2015
122
106
43
What was GME borrow rate when it squeezed? Preferably Webull because that is the easiest for me to compare.
If you're on Reddit r/gme and r/superstonk are where the "diehards" have migrated to... might be someone on there with the DD you're looking for. I don't recall where the rate was at back in January/early March. GLTU!
 

NATEizKING

Well-Known Member
Feb 18, 2011
17,133
8,237
113
Hilton
If you're on Reddit r/gme and r/superstonk are where the "diehards" have migrated to... might be someone on there with the DD you're looking for. I don't recall where the rate was at back in January/early March. GLTU!
I'm not looking at joining the squeezers, too risky for me I'm just wondering if it can happen for my ATNF at 139% borrow rate.
 

frackincygy

Active Member
Jul 13, 2015
122
106
43
I'm not looking at joining the squeezers, too risky for me I'm just wondering if it can happen for my ATNF at 139% borrow rate.
I took a look back on WSB and it looks like GME borrow rate was in the 20%-30% range leading up to squeeze day. Then up to 65%-85% range as the squeeze began peaking over 200%. Not sure what that means for your ATNF - but GLTU! Hope it MOONZ
 

TXCyclones

Well-Known Member
SuperFanatic
SuperFanatic T2
Sep 13, 2011
7,958
6,166
113
TX
Seeing more articles about a pending stock market collapse. The tea leaves they're reading are largely related to treasuries. I'm a bit shocked at this prediction right now. And sadly, there aren't a lot of levers left to pull by the government should something happen.