Here is a rather Op/Ed piece full of Sardonic musings upon watching people move things around like Chess pieces...
One may wonder when really big players like Goldman Sachs start flip flopping and back tracking about being involved or repping "The Game", if the true goal is to play how most of these Sharks usually do. If you crash it and bet or own or control almost all horses or hands you can script out your desired outcomes. If the real insiders years ago were in on the races or perhaps started some then it makes sense you crash things to scoop it up for you and your cronies.
People buy in more then they can afford to lose then panic sell to some of the very same groups who were spreading info that said the total opposite to effectively play off the emotional investor. Core groups on here are the ones who were here for other bear times and are HODLING and buying more vs. selling cheap to the technocratic douches who literally possess seemingly NO emotion. Emotional investing is dangerous and I would argue that people with no emotions or ethical compass who are shaking stuff up are dangerous as well. One persons crash is another players treasure and so a lot of the strong hands HODL. The question to ask is do we guard what is ours and refuse to give it away to those who we supposedly fight against OR do we keep drinking the fear porn kool-aid and whining about dips???
(tenor, giphy, Be Careful in That Which You Fight You Do Not Become...) BUY AT THE DIP FOLKS Op/Ed Only