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Welcome to the best GameStop timeline ever created. The following events have since taken place shortly after GameStop was identified as the next target company to be purposely bankrupted by financial entities.

Massive bets were placed, potentially worth billions and billions and even trillions of dollars, that GameStop would go bankrupt. (Read a better explanation)

At the start of the GameStop timeline, there should only exist around 77 million shares of Gamestop. It is widely speculated financial groups may have created and sold several billion phantom shares via naked shorting which will need to be bought back at whatever price investors are willing to sell. 

Hedge funds and financial investment groups at this point are starting to bleed millions and millions daily as they realize their plan to bankrupt GameStop is no longer a reality.

This timeline details the greatest story every told and will go down in history. Also, this type of event will never happen again!.

The Start

2023
A reminder that the price of GameStop stock could have gone into the thousands back in 2021 when it was stopped from trading.
A reminder that the price of GameStop stock could have gone into the thousands back in 2021 when it was stopped from trading.

Links to video interview can be found in the source linked to this specific timeline event.

A Dept of Justice attorney who was leading an investigation against a hedge fund, is now hired by that same hedge fund to represent them. (click to view links and sources)
A Dept of Justice attorney who was leading an investigation against a hedge fund, is now hired by that same hedge fund to represent them. (click to view links and sources)

(Original link to X Post) reddit user RingingBells comment: Avi Perry is the DOJ official that now works as lawyer representing Citadel. Credit to user 'Merica who did an excellent job sourcing user annie post's post "Avi Perry, who has led the Fraud Section's market integrity and major frauds team for two years, has joined the Washington office of Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan LLP. Perry will be co-chair of the firm's securities litigation and commodities and derivatives practices, Quinn Emanuel said in a statement." Primary Source: Reuters "Billionaire hedge fund manager Ken Griffin is taking on the Internal Revenue…
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Hedge Fund Collapse: Jim Chanos closes his hedge fund
Hedge Fund Collapse: Jim Chanos closes his hedge fund

Back in August 6, 2021 Mr Chanos called GameStop investors "Greedy and entitled".

Forget GameStop: As word gets out that Ryan Cohen is now allowed to use the company cash to trade stocks, the media publishes dozens of articles and news segments trashing the strategy.
Forget GameStop: As word gets out that Ryan Cohen is now allowed to use the company cash to trade stocks, the media publishes dozens of articles and news segments trashing the strategy.

Some user reports indicate they also hear radio segments trash talking GameStop's strategy as nobody knows at this time what Ryan Cohen will do next.

GameStop seems to be no longer allowed to let the public know how many shares have been direct registered. This causes quite a stir as there is no valid explanation as to why they are being restricted on reporting what should be public information.
GameStop seems to be no longer allowed to let the public know how many shares have been direct registered. This causes quite a stir as there is no valid explanation as to why they are being restricted on reporting what should be public information.

Being that a publicly traded company has never had its full shares direct registered, many investors are questioning why the DTCC is preventing GameStop from disclosing how many shares have been direct registered. What could possibly be the reason they do not want the public to know? Could the "theory" that there are billions of fake shares that hedge funds created be true?

Hedge fund manager and billionaire Ken Griffin openly admits they set the price of stocks and securities to whatever they should be worth.
Hedge fund manager and billionaire Ken Griffin openly admits they set the price of stocks and securities to whatever they should be worth.

as one reader puts it " He's trying to normalize market manipulation in the minds of people. "Hey, this is just how the system functions and here's other guys that do the same thing as us" I have a feeling those other firms are not happy about him lumping them in with him. These guys are turning on each other and I'm here for it, all day every day."

Stories begin to emerge GameStop may be transforming into holding company.
Stories begin to emerge GameStop may be transforming into holding company.

A holding company is a company that owns other companies and oversees their operations but exists solely to operate those subsidiaries.

As the Security & Exchange Commission adds new rules that will affect the future of the entire stock market, SEC Chair Gary Gensler literally mentions GameStop as being the reason why.
As the Security & Exchange Commission adds new rules that will affect the future of the entire stock market, SEC Chair Gary Gensler literally mentions GameStop as being the reason why.

These new rules are supposed to allow more transparency in the market, particularly, the transparency would affect investment groups or hedge funds that are betting against a company. In other words, these financial groups make money only if the company fails or goes bankrupt.

As the new SEC rules get pushed towards being a reality, hedge funds file a lawsuit against the SEC. (Click to see interview)
As the new SEC rules get pushed towards being a reality, hedge funds file a lawsuit against the SEC.  (Click to see interview)

These rules are supposed to bring about more fairness and transparency. What could be the reason these hedge funds are so afraid of this that they file a lawsuit against the same organization that is supposed to help protect and regulate them?

2024
Forget Gamestop: The most insane “Forget Gamestop” ad up to date.
Forget Gamestop: The most insane “Forget Gamestop” ad up to date.

They are now pushing crypto coins and associating them with GameStop. Original Post: https://www.reddit.com/r/Superstonk/comments/1aeogop/this_is_the_most_insane_forget_gamestop_i_have/ Link to the actual media article below: https://www.benzinga.com/markets/cryptocurrency/24/01/36828433/forget-gamestop-stock-now-theres-a-gamestop-memecoin-and-its-worth-millions

John Cena posts a GameStop store image on Instagram. But why?
John Cena posts a GameStop store image on Instagram. But why?

John Cena is popular movie actor and wrestler. It is not clear why he would post a GameStop store image on his Instagram.

As the # of reported Direct Registered Shares by GameStop stays the same as the past 4 or 5 reports, users question more as to why that is.
As the # of reported Direct Registered Shares by GameStop stays the same as the past 4 or 5 reports, users question more as to why that is.

Gamestop started reporting the amount of Direct Registered shares but for the past few reports, the # of direct registered shares has been the same. Questions begin to arise as to why and how this figure has not changed for the past reports. There is some speculation that a certain entity is not allowing GameStop to report the actual number of shares.

After reporting positive earnings for the first time in years, popular TV host Jim Cramer says “GameStop is arguably the worst company in America”
After reporting positive earnings for the first time in years, popular TV host Jim Cramer says “GameStop is arguably the worst company in America”

Jim Cramer is the tv host for Mad Money, a tv show on CNBC. The question is why wouldn't they praise or congratulate GameStop? CEO Ryan Cohen is doing what no other CEO has done, aside from turning the company around and working on a $0 salary. Instead of being praised, there are seemingly dozens of articles released right after their positive earnings report bashing the company even harder now.

More discussion arises about reasons as to why the amount of Direct Registered Shares are being hidden.
More discussion arises about reasons as to why the amount of Direct Registered Shares are being hidden.

Nobody knows exactly what happens when all the available shares are direct registered with GameStop's transfer agent, ComputerShare. There is speculation that if in fact billions of fake shares were sold, these will need to be bought back at a much higher price than what they were originally sold for.

President of Computershare Paul Conn openly replies to Kevin Malone and seems to be willing to clear up and doubts or concerns certain investors may have.
President of Computershare Paul Conn openly replies to Kevin Malone and seems to be willing to clear up and doubts or concerns certain investors may have.

With so many doubts and questions as to why the reported number of Direct Registered Shares has not changed, hopefully this will help clear up any confusion and doubt as to what role transfer agent ComputerShare has when it comes to the # of direct registered shares that were published in GameStop's most recent earnings report. Mr. Conn seems to be willing to answer questions and clear up at least some confusion.

Keith Gill aka DFV (Roaring Kitty) posts on twitter (x.com). The world goes crazy.
Keith Gill aka DFV (Roaring Kitty) posts on twitter (x.com). The world goes crazy.

Keith Gill got famous for being one of the first deep value investors to openly talk about the value and fundamentals of GameStop. It is not exactly sure what or why he is posting now, but there is speculation he may have had a gag order that may have expired.

The same individuals who were insisting that GameStop was a terrible investment are now suggesting the SEC stop what is happening with GameStop
The same individuals who were insisting that GameStop was a terrible investment are now suggesting the SEC stop what is happening with GameStop

These were the same individuals blasting thousands of articles and hours on the TV bad mouthing GameStop CEO Ryan Cohen, making fun on individual investors, and insisting how bad of an investment GameStop is.