As you have and will be told - many times.
You want them you will pay the real price.
What we saw on wed thurs was fraud MMs slapping the same shares around for two days.
They got air.
The only way the mm's can free up shares is to let the pps run up. They keep trying to shake retail holders out by trying to pull the share price down, and it fails every-time. Simply the price is too low vs the future potential and no-one is going to sell there share's at this low price. The shorts further will not give up until they let the share price run-up-the price needs to run-up to finally create a short capitulation. This is the only way for the mm's to free up shares to sell to the institutional demand on the buy side currently.
As it should be. The supply/demand ratio is completely disrupted when the market is manipulated. The pull-down of the pps for no apparent reason is very annoying, and I'm glad they harvested very little in this last escapade.