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?

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