Make GME free

FREETRADE PLEASE MAKE GME A FREE TRADE YOULL GET A TON OF NEW INVESTORS JOINING NOW

HELP THE LITTLE GUY PLEASE

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Freetrade, please don’t!

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I’ve got to say I think that’s a terrible idea.

The rules are there for a reason and to completely ignore them in the name of getting more customers when, in all reality, most of them would lose a large percentage of their investment would be completely irresponsible.

If you believe in the stock that much, then stump up £10. It’s not much to ask.

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Calm down buddy. Do you realise most people buying this today possibly all of them are going to lose money? If you manage to buy don’t expect to be able to sell when you want.
The less people who get burnt here the better

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There is a solid rationale behind the choice of which stocks are and are not plus-only.

It would be short-sighted and unwise to change that based on $GME et al.

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My feeling is this is a cult joke which will linger for longer than we think

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If you believe in GME you’ll make that tenner back. (not advice)

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If you make a decent profit, which I believe you will, then exit the market if you wish. Take the profits, if you want to hold, then hold it.

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What’s the rationale?

I have ‘plus’ anyway; just wondering.

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Freetrade wanted the criteria to be clear to stop wild accusations of picking and choosing. GME and the others were S&P smallcap in the last rebalance. Probably won’t be next time though!

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@AdamL summed it up nicely above.

The caps lock was invented for a purpose. This was not the purpose.

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