Roots of Stock Market Manipulation Part 3

Roots of Stock Market Manipulation Part 3 PDF Version 

Anointed Stocks (There are more. These are easiest to see.)

Here are examples of anointed stocks. Big Tech: AMZN, GOOG, AAPL, FB, ADBE

Healthcare Related, UNH, HUM,

Banking & Finance, GS, JPM

It is not hard to notice that the anointed stocks all have stellar, highly profitable relationships with government. It is symbiotic. The corporations help government and in return government helps them.

Each anointed stock benefits from the assistance of all other anointed stocks. Over time they learn to work together for their common good.

Controlling the stock market is only part of their efforts. Controlling the opinions and behaviors of the unaware general public is ongoing. All activities of the anointed stocks are much more profitable if the population is homogenized and behaviors are standardized.  So, out of the social media we have agenda driven censorship. It is ostensibly for the good of the country. It is good for their bottom lines. Censorship only became a practice when events threatened the well being of the anointed corporations. The media overall is tightly owned and only reports what will insure the public remains homogenized and pliable.

Goldman Sachs (GS) and other banks like JP Morgan (JPM) pretty much determine what Federal Reserve Policy is. Is it the Fed or big banks which figure out when more QE is needed?

Healthcare is the prime beneficiary of the Affordable Care Act. What this law does is similar to a system my late uncle, a cattle rancher devised to provide healthcare to his cattle. He had a big coral for the cattle and a long shoot they would have to walk through to get some hay. As each cow passed by, it would get vaccinated and doctored.

What the Affordable Care Act does is provide healthcare related corporations with skimming operations. The more patients that can be seen in the shortest period of time provides an optimum for skimming operations profitability. Notice the emphasis on censoring information about inexpensive cures that could interfere with big pharmaceutical’s profits.

It is easy to notice that anointed stocks are the favorites of the central banks which buy equities. Certainly they don’t want to see their equity purchases decline in value.  They do have the option  of helping support  the stock.

We do not know the composition of the consortium that controls the stock market. By simply knowing people are doing in the present moment, what they are prone to do, it is not hard to determine who is most likely to involved.

This is an important question. If It could be done, would insiders within the world’s anointed corporations work together to permanently enhance the value of all of their assets and control the world’s factors of production? Then turn the question around and ask, is their any reason why they wouldn’t?

In 2012 Curbside Jimmy wrote, “When Times Got Really Weird.” That song is turning out to be quite prophetic.

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Yes We Are The Underdogs. I Hope You Will Be Pulling For The Underdogs.

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