Roots of Stock Market Manipulation Part 2

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It was once believed that if the Stock Market could be controlled and manipulated at all it would only be for a short time. The stock market was simply too big and even the largest financial powers did not have the clout to have a permanent effect on prices.

That is not true today.  Split second trading accounts for most of the volume. The public which is cited as now moving into the market in a frenzy, has been leaving the market for decades. Stock ownership is concentrated in the top 1% of earners. That group does have the money, power to determine the level of stock prices over long periods of time.  They are doing that right now and have been for a long time. Continue reading

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Roots of Stock Market Manipulation Part 1

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Prior to the mid 1980s, the financial markets were mostly pristine free market entities. Technology had not yet developed to the point where simultaneous bids could be placed for every stock in an index. Wealth was not so severely concentrated that a small number of equity owners could cooperate with one another for the purpose of moving their assets values higher independently of economics and earnings. Continue reading

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Hope Of A V Shaped Recovery

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I will explain very briefly why a V shaped recovery is not possible.

Think of the economy as being like a wall mirror that has fallen to the floor and shattered. The mirror can be put back together by gluing each and every piece back together but it won’t function very well as a mirror. It works the same way with the economy now that it has been shattered. It won’t be the same. It won’t be better. It will be a shattered centrally planned economy with few free market influences to set it upright,

The economy that has collapsed is the product of 40+ years of aggressive central planning. That guarantees that the economy would collapse at some point. Central planning in the United States constitutes economics in retrograde. Central economic planning can be increased or decreased. Given the mindset of rejecting both free market and democratic principles, more central planning will undoubtedly be initiated. Continue reading

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The Riots And The American Dream

The rioters remind me of and old bad behavior of young boys from years ago would engage in. They would get a rope and tie it to the tails of two individual cats. They would then hang the rope from the close line with the two cats attached to each end. The cats would get into a viscous fight. It was like each cat would blame the other but neither would have the wherewithal to focus on exactly how they got into the situation they were in. Continue reading

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How U.S. Corona-Virus Agenda Came About

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Do important people in governments, corporations and members of the upper one percent only speak with one another in formal venues? Most would say no to that but then live their lives and establish their beliefs as if none of these folks ever interact except in formal settings.

One forgotten characteristic of corporate insiders is that they are among the best salesmen in the world and they are constantly exploring and seeking out information as to how what is going on in the world will influence their bottom lines. Continue reading

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Fusion of Government Crime and Religion

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Danger is in plain view but the mind is trained not to notice. Danger itself doesn’t exactly hide. Looking at the world through the prism of fantasy yields danger unrecognizable. Seen through the prism of fantasy, danger appears to be a friend. The notion that government is your friend or even benevolent is comforting but it is only a fantasy. Entertaining that fantasy is comforting but it may also cost you everything you own or even your life. Continue reading

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Wall Street and the Mob

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For years Wall Street and international banks have been steeling form the public. That public has not minded because they can’t actually see the money coming out of their pockets, so they don’t know who to blame. This may all be for the best because they would have killed to get your money if they had to. There is no high ground in the banking industry. Banking these days is mostly organized crime. Continue reading

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Anticipating The Yikes Moment

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When, as is the case today, the value of assets have been generated by a means other than price competition, the the markets of these assets are likely at some point to suddenly collapse.  A yikes moment occurs when multitudes of asset owners suddenly awaken to the fact that their investments are going down no matter what. This discovery is likely to occur all at once.

Recently the entire  oil market experienced a yikes moment. Continue reading

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Kill Or Be Killed

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Either ordinary citizens kill the largest big tech companies or the big tech firms will kill what is left of democratic principles and free markets. How is it possible to kill a corporation? Only consumers can do that.

It is not hard to notice that the business models of these companies call for censoring the truth. Truth is not is good for business. What their profits depend on are the symbiotic relationships they have with government, the pharmaceutical industry and others as well as their users who function herds they manage. The institutions with symbiotic relationships insure their profits by molding a homogenized, compliant, docile and cooperative population. Continue reading

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Bringing The Country Together

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Surely you frequently hear candidates profess that they are the one to bring the country together. This is if we are better off with one common goal and that everyone can help make it happen by giving support and cooperating. The idea sure sound good, but is it?

If that sounds like a good idea, it is because you don’t know how or  have forgotten how democracy works and  what what it takes to make it work. Continue reading

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