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Ya'll know stopping opening trades on GME isn't manipulation right?

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It's a CFD. Clues in the name. Contract for the difference in price which you hold with IG. 

Its a free market. If you only have 1 trading / broker account and no account with other providers you're probably a bit dense. Apply, open and trade in less than 20 mins.

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But it's not a free market. That's the point. You can't just offer one side of a trade.

It has a flow on effect for the value of the security, if lots and lots of people can only SELL but not BUY, you're artificially reducing demand and therefore lowering the market price.

And that is exactly what has happened.

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