Is $1million price per share actually possible? Let’s discuss it using just simple arguments
By - mmilad
I give a shit on what they have to pay. I don't care about it.
They can make me an offer about the whole fucking world.
And that's what I would tell them:
Give back all the money you haven stolen .
Recreate all the companies you have destroyed.
Give all the people homes, you made homeless.
Give the children back their parents, who died, because of your actings.
Give health to all the people who don't have enough money for medicin.
Otherwise you have to pay me, and I will do it.
After this you go and clean the streets by your own hand.
What's a life worth?
What are tears worth?
To answer your question how much is life worth “To save one life is to save all of humanity”
I admire your dedication and strive to change the world, hold on to that♥️
The amount of “money” in the market is far more than you have suggested. Many will sell before the stupid prices. There are only a few million diamond hands.
Yep, 15 trillion is what is circulating, total value is like 90 trilly
Let's add in the $46 Trillion in the bond market too. We don't mind taking a little bit of that! =]
The entire derivatives market has been estimated at a quadrillion for the highest I've legitimately seen.
That makes my nipples hard.
Still that is the total of all stocks combined there’s no guarantee everyone will jump on a rocket ship that they have been sleeping on and let’s be real Citadel doesn’t even have more then $300 billion in total to cover there positions.
I'll just say this, if there is a stock market standing after this, they'll just rebuild it the way it was with the same crooked regulations in place to protect the 1%.
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You’re assuming that everyone hodls to that point. I suspect there will not be all that many apes left at the $1 mil and those will be the true diamond hands going for the $50 mil share.
Depends how many really are donating to the ♾ pool
I mean the way apes have held so far it wouldn’t shock me if we saw atleast half reach the million mark
So say there are a million apes, that’s 500k apes at a million, x the average shares they have left to sell.
There are atleast 4 million apes worldwide. So half would be 2 million, and average shares is about 60 shares per ape being moderate with the numbers. That would mean a float of 240 million shares apes hold being moderate with my numbers or 120 million if counting half the apes. 120 million x 1 mill= 120 Trillion US $ if half the ape float was sold at 1 million per share.
Owners of GME shares doesn’t necessarily mean “Apes”. My point is the vast majority of GME owners probably aren’t on Reddit or the Chan’s at all. And will likely paperhand once their accounts 20-100x. I have convinced half a dozen people to buy GME, most are low XX holders, none are on Reddit, and I don’t doubt they will sell far below 100k, let alone 1m.
How did you come up with the figure of 4 million apes?
Check the link at the bottom of the post it’ll explain where I got it from
There were two links estimating investors in GME numbers. Here is the first quoted verbatim:
“ Therefore I made assumptions regarding the share of users that invested in GME for each broker. For neo-brokers like eToro, Robinhood, Revolut and WeBull I went with an average of 10% GME ownership of all users. (EDIT 3: Also included a scenario for only 5% GME-ownership, as some raised concerns that my 10% assumption may be too optimistic.) “. The second used a guesstimate to say 6.7% of all retail investors worldwide hold GME, then conservatively halved it. That doesn’t make sense and is not based on actual data. I’m not saying 5-10 million people don’t own GME, I’m just saying it’s not based on data other than 9% of eToro users had GME. One of the google surveys came up with 16m owners, but that can be biased based on respondents owning GME Or shares in general are far more likely to fill out the surveys.
Anyway my actual point was, Reddit Apes are a subset of total GME holders, and comprise a far smaller number than total holders of GME. How do you come up with a number for Apes? Superstonk membership is around 600k, of which bots and shills must be taken into account. Of actual Apes, how many will truly have diamond hands to hold to a 7-8 figure price?
Let’s just assume your estimate of 2 million apes with 120 million shares was true. It is astonishingly unlikely that the majority will have diamond hands and would hold for a million dollar per share price. It is more likely to be a minority that would hold to that sum, much less than half. Looking at recent past squeezes, like VW and Overstock, less than 10% volume, from Area under the curve, sell near the peak price. Let’s say Apes are more than twice as likely to diamond hand, and therefore 20-25% sell within 25% of the peak. So 24 million shares near a million dollars. That means 24 Trillion plus the cumulative lower payout, so closer to 30 Trillion total, which is achievable, without completely destroying the US financial sector. Personally, I think 20-30 Trillion damage is probably when the US government will step in and call a halt to proceedings, and begin damage control, as the annual US GDP is around 26-30 Trillion. Possibly by limiting the sale price of GME to an arbitrary number, e.g 500k or $1M. Otherwise hyperinflation would be astronomical, like Weimar Germany, Zimbabwe, or Venezuela recently.
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Lol total world GDP is what $80 trillion?
Recently I've seen a couple thousand shares move the ticker up about .5%, I dont know if that is something that is scalable or if the spread opens up even more as this takes off, but shares/% per min candle might be something to compute....there's math involved but it will take a good bit of shares to get to the $1mil mark....its gonna be one helluva ride!!!
I’ve seen the share price move up 3 dollars with only like 7k volume pre-market, it’s all about supply and demand so when they are liquidated the demand will be high for the shares and supply low with no one selling so the price will move really fast. The only thing that keeps it suppressed rn is the constant shorting.
Agreed, it'll be interesting, just remember that it's a ramp to get to the top, not all shares will get the top price, it will take a lot of shares to get it to that top price, I wonder if it will follow a standard normal distribution or like a pareto distribution or something totally different to where most of the buy pressure and subsequent volume occur at the peak???....it's gonna be in history books and I hope the future archeologists and historians can fully appreciate the mistakes and greed that led to this situation so future generations don't repeat it...
That's waaaay too low for me mate.
The FED will need to start printing.
Inflation Fenna go BRRRRR
After all the dd, 1 million a share will never be enough. Birkshire Hathaway is trading at over 400k and that's without MOASS, that's just their normal price.
Lol Berkshire has NEVER once split their shares and have had IMMENSE growth over 50 years, they have done this because they want to attract long term investors that rarely sell. Cant compare the two stocks really
Agreed they’re two different scenarios and cases that don’t make sense to try and correlate.
u apes are amazing and here i am thinking anything in millions is low, anything below few billions is low cuz u know why, cuz fuk u hedgies thass why, time to pay from the ass