March 2024
March 5, 2024

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"It's Not Just About Finance"

Short Gamma Squeeze? C’MON, MAN!


The Wall Street muckety mucks said – earlier this week – that the huge surge in stocks was the result of a Short Gamma Squeeze.



Why does everything the boyz in the “Club” do or say need to be cloaked in a language no one understands?

Oh!  I forgot.

It’s how the 1% make fortunes at your expense.


There’s not even 0.01% of the population who know what a Short Gamma Squeeze actually means.

Do the math.

340 Million people X 0.01% = 34,000 people…I can assure you that maybe, MAYBE 1% of the 34,000 (340 people) could explain to you what a Short Gamma Squeeze is.

And I’ll bet you big bucks that they won’t explain it in a simple and easy way for you to understand.

That’s why we write a monthly newsletter called “…In Plain English” that breaks down the façade of Wall Street’s Secret Language and gives you a peek behind the curtain as to what really goes on.

Example:  If you look up gamma in financial jargon, you’ll read something like:

Gamma is the rate of change in an option’s delta per 1-point move in the underlying asset’s price. Gamma is an important measure of the convexity of a derivative’s value, in relation to the underlying. A delta hedge strategy seeks to reduce gamma in order to maintain a hedge over a wider price range.



“…In Plain English,” a short gamma squeeze is nothing more than traders – who’ve been caught in a losing position betting the market’s going to crash – scrambling to cover their losses while hedging their bets to lower their exposure to loss.

Isn’t that a lot easier?

Wall Street’s Secret Language is really not a secret.

It’s simply a method of communication used to pick your pockets – while they ZIG when you ZAG – simultaneously stuffing their own pockets.

See for yourself in a FREE article called Wall Street’s Language Hidden in Acronyms (HERE).

And while you’re at it, get a FREE copy of our “…In Plain English” newsletter (HERE).

It’s Not Just About Finance..

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