World Series of Stock Market Manipulation

indexFirst understand these things. Quantitative easing is a political agenda not an economic remedy. Economic forecasts coming out of the Federal Reserve have been wrong 100% of the time. Greek debt exceeds the assets of the Greek banking system. Friends of the Fed trade risk free as a reward to assisting the Federal Reserve in the execution of  its political agenda.

When there is an issue overhanging the market, central banks buy with both hands for the purpose of providing confidence to investors who still believe the financial markets are largely pristine. The worst time to short stocks, therefore is on a day or days when a global financial problem is in the process of running its course. As long as Greek insolvency is in the news, do not expect the market to drop.

Prior to the resolution of something like Greek insolvency, negativity is encouraged up until a particular day. This is to draw in shorts so that their stops can be run, driving prices suddenly higher. Short positions serve as demand for stocks on a day when bad news comes out.

After a strong opening, the averages are held in a consolidation pattern giving the impression that demand will soon give way to supply. All during the consolidation short sellers take positions waiting for the inevitable decline. Instead they get their stops run again and the market moves higher with a nice white candle.

Strangely, bears still haven’t adapted. They still use traditional technical analysis which only works in a market that is largely free from manipulation. This will change but it hasn’t changed yet. Usually the only cure for stupidity is suffering. Apparently bears have not suffered enough.

When will the market crash? Quantitative easing provides profits to those with the political power to control government. That is what Fascism is and it will eventually destroy even those who are reaping its early but temporary benefits. Misery starts at the bottom rung of the ladder and then starts moving up until the ladder just collapses. That could happen any day but on any given day, chances are that it won’t.

Never short. Just take positions in bear etfs on the S&P, Nasdaq and the Russell 2000. For now do not trade on margin and only use one third of your capital for etf positions. Odds still favor the Fed’s political initiative. Having cash is a priority. The best time to buy a bear etf is on a completely sponsored day such as what occurred on Monday. The market is being manipulated and this initiative will not be discontinued. It will end when it stops working. Then the market will crash.

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James Quillian independent scholar,free market economist,and teacher of natural law. Who is James Quillian? Certainly I am nobody special, Just a tireless academic and deep thinker. Besides that, I have broken the code with respect to economics and political science. Credentials? Nothing you would be impressed with. I am not a household name. It is hard to become famous writing that virtually no one in the country is genuinely not in touch with reality. But, if I did not do that, there would be no point in my broking the broken the code. If you read the blog, it is easy to see that there are just a few charts, no math and no quantitative analysis. That is not by accident. Given what I know, those items are completely useless. I do turn out to be highly adept at applying natural law. Natural law has predominance over any principles the social science comes up. By virtue of understanding natural law, I can debunk, in just a few sentences , any theory that calls for intervention by a government. My taking the time to understand the ins and outs of Keynes General Theory is about like expecting a chemistry student to completely grasp all that the alchemists of the middle ages thought they understood in efforts to turn base metals into goal. Keynesian theory clearly calls for complete objectivity. Government can only make political decisions. Keynesian techniques call for economic decisions. So, why go any further with that? Fantasy Free Economics is in a sense a lot like technical analysis. Technical analysis began with the premise that it was impossible to gain enough information studying fundamentals to gain a trading advantage. Study the behavior of investors instead. Unlike technical analysis, I don't use technical charts. What I understand are the incentives of different people and entities active in the economics arena. For example, there is no such thing as an incentive to serve with life in the aggregate. In the aggregate, only self interest applies. It is routinely assumed otherwise. That is highly unappealing. But, I am sorry. That is the way it is. I can accept that because I am genuinely in touch with reality. Step one in using Fantasy Free Economics is for me to understand just how little I really know. A highly credentialed economist may know 100 times what I do based on the standard dogma. Compare the knowledge each of us has compared to all there is to know and we both look like we know nothing at all. There is always more than we don't know than what we do know. I am humble enough to present myself on that basis. Why? That is the way it is. I am not bad at math. I have taught math. What I understand is when to use it and when to rely on something else. Math is useless in natural law so I don't use it. While others look at numbers, I am busy understanding the forces in nature that makes their numbers what they are. That gives me a clear advantage.
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Pete Koziar
7 years ago

As far as I can see, the Fed is able to continue to pour large amounts of money into manipulating the markets, until it begins to leak into the “real” economy, risking hyperinflation. So long as inflation remains low and contained, they are free to meddle at will.