This fool, apparently, is unable to buy any shares and is yet another short enabling, share renting options using shidiot
KaleBios 'Black Friday' Begins As Shrekli Forces 65% Short-Squeeze Surge In Pre-Market
Submitted by Tyler Durden
Having announced in two brief tweets on Thanksgiving - just as we warned was very possible - that he would pull his shares from being available-to-lend, Martin Shrekli has sent the meteoric Volkswagen-like trajectory of KaleBios vertical once again.
When will the morons learn how to crush the shorts.
Surely, RC and others must know that they are being two faced about margin and options use and the devastating effect it has on the share price.
Where and from whom do these bashing bassturds borrow the shares to short and then diss and distort and spread FUD on message boards.
We have the premium pimps that love to see the share price stagnate, the loan for a fee blood suckers, the trading skimmers to stifle the share price
These short borrowing enablers, share price stunters, message board and blog basher boosters, are high rollers with chump change hoping to leverage their way to riches. 90% of these fools are prey and fodder for the options makers. Too bad they are not able to afford actual shares.
And you do know where and from whom they borrows those shares.
Colluding cons from the 34 Million short slime community
"What went wrong?
The immediate cause of the bankruptcy, it turned out, was that MF Global's president, former New Jersey Senator and Goldman-Sachs chairman Jon Corzine, had made a leveraged bet with MF Global's assets, including segregated client funds, on euro zone sovereign debt. When Corzine's bet headed the wrong way in the closing days of last October, it forced the company into bankruptcy.
Could this situation recur?
Yes, it could. The rules that allowed MF Global to convert $1.6 billion of segregated customer funds into an ultra-leveraged investment that ultimately bankrupted the company remain in place.
One reason it could recur is due to a practice called "re-hypothecation." Hypothecation means "to pledge something as collateral." If you borrow money to trade securities on margin—or if you own highly leveraged investments such as futures contracts—your broker will ask you to sign a "hypothecation agreement." The agreement stipulates that your broker can borrow shares or other securities in your account to other customers or to the broker, up to the amount you have on margin.
Re-hypothecation occurs when a broker uses customer-pledged collateral to back the broker's own trades and borrowings. Federal Reserve and SEC rules permit a "prime broker" (such as MF Global) to re-hypothecate an amount up to 140% of the customer's liability to the broker. For example, if you purchase $100,000 of securities in your U.S. brokerage account, $50,000 of which is borrowed from the broker on margin, the broker may re-hypothecate up to 140% of the underlying collateral, or $70,000.
MF Global under Jon Corzine ratcheted up the leverage to a much higher level by playing regulatory arbitrage between the United States, the United Kingdom, and other countries. For instance, under U.K. rules, there's no limit to the amount of collateral that brokers can re-hypothecate. U.K. brokers can, and apparently do, re-hypothecate 100% of the securities in a customer's margin account.
Hyper hypothecation can make 140% of margin account shares available to those that want to stunt and keep the SP in a rut as they bleed premiums from the suckers.
Look at the fixated effin fools focus of options activity will never a word about how it is lethal to long side investors
No wonder the share price swings and trashes like a headless chicken
He is more than a little conflicted with his stance of margin/options use.
The tail wags the dog
Premium sucking 90% LOSERS
So where did those evil shorts get their 35 MILLION shares. Was if from stupid, ignorant margin/option using clowns.
How can that be.
Long my #$%$! Renting shares and enabling shorts is like calling a cardboard box a home.
If you can't afford to buy shares, stay to hell out of investing.
We don't care where all the "free stuff" comes from just as long as we get it. Sort of like the "free shares" that are borrowed by the shorters from the brain dead pseudo longs.