RYAN COHEN ON TWITTER

  1. There are easter eggs laced all through these books. Reading just the descriptions and viewing the artwork, these are designed as user manuals for smooth brains. Its a brilliant strategy. Direct Messaging media with perfectly Plausible deniability. Ape-vestigators.... Assemble and Dissect. GO

  2. WHO DARES DISTURB ME FROM MY SLUMBE….oh Ryan tweeted???? Holy shit holy shit holy shit…. BABE, WAKE THE FUCK UP! New RC tweet just dropped!

  3. The one with the piggy banks mentions buying ice cream, a house or going to the moon if they save their money and watch it grow… Bullish on going to the moon!!

  4. Perhaps, by kicking Citadel out of China, it shows how a place without financial leeches can do well.

  5. This is in reference to the Wall Street Journal article titled “GameStop’s Ryan Cohen Wants to Be More Than a Meme-Stock King”

  6. THIS IS FUCKING IT. Searched comments and you beat me to it Sir. He is writing books by that title (teddy)!

  7. Should we analyze these books like scripture handed down from on high? No. Will we? Yes. Will it be entertaining? Absolutely.

  8. Book one “If they’re really patient, one day they can buy and eat all the ice cream they want, while taking care of the people they love.”

  9. Some people anagrammed that into (Carl) Icahn. Not sure if that’s the logic behind it, but is an interesting theory

  10. We just have to hodl for delayed gratification. Idc if we are a cult at this point, I love it and it's the most wholesome and hype one. Daddy Cohen out of nowhere with the children books for us smooth brains, how can you not love it

  11. King Ryan Cohen, 1st of his name, breaker of shorts, man of Chairs, King of the Apes, the Warren of Icahn, King of the Books and protector of the Realm.

  12. He's writing a children's book, with lessons he learned from his dad, it was mentioned in that shady WSJ article that was posted last night

  13. He's writing a children's book, with lessons he learned from his dad, it was mentioned in that shady WSJ article that was posted last night

  14. All the books talk about a moral to the story. I think maybe he means this saga is coming to an end and the children of the future will learn about all the corruption and greed of Wall Street.

  15. Is anyone else thinking a little differently about this? You know who was originally an internet book king? Amazon. Now it's a massive marketplace, streaming network, pharmacy, (massive)web service, and probably a billion other things. Granted it became that by being evil and trampling on the little guys along the way. And still does. What if Ryan was thinking this way? Except this time, it would be power to the sellers/creators. Obviously would require insane capital to pull this off along with so much else, but if there is any person who could helm that, I would think RC could be it.

  16. For those of you just tuning in, the Wall Street Journal just wrote an article with the headline saying he doesn't just want to be the king of meme stocks. Complete FUD. This book is also titled after his late father, Ted Cohen.

  17. It's in response to a shitty WSJ article that was released upon the world earlier, titled "GameStop’s Ryan Cohen Wants to Be More Than a Meme-Stock King".

  18. 100% reference to the WSJ article calling him meme stock king. He wants to be the King over Amazon, which started with selling books.

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