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Superstonk DD Summary: The Infiniti Pool

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The “infinity pool” is a theoretical concept that refers to the endgame and post-squeeze considerations for the GameStop (GME) stock. The concept is based on the idea that if GME shareholders, referred to as “diamond handed apes,” individually hold shares that equal or exceed the total number of shares in the true float, and a “MOASS” (short for “mother of all short squeezes”) forces all shorts to cover, then any other shares can be sold to a forced buyer at any price the seller desires. This is because shorts will have to buy those shares in order to cover their positions. It is believed that GME is heavily shorted, possibly multiple times the true float.
In the event of a MOASS, some shareholders may sell their shares, while others may hold onto them or even buy more if the price dips from its MOASS levels. It is also possible that some traders may attempt to short GME after the MOASS has occurred. The “infinity pool” refers to the hypothetical scenario where GME shareholders hold onto their shares and continuously sell them to short sellers at increasingly high prices, effectively creating an “infinite” pool of shares that can be sold.
It is important to note that the “infinity pool” is just a theoretical concept and there are no guarantees about what will happen with the GME stock or the MOASS. Investment in any stock carries risk, and it is important for investors to carefully consider their own strategy and do their own due diligence before making any decisions.

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