For those of you who still think the stock market has anything whatsoever to do with the economy.

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5 thoughts on “For those of you who still think the stock market has anything whatsoever to do with the economy.”

  1. I’m not even trying to understand the details of this article, the terms and conclusions. The charts do speak a clearer language, but still, to me, it’s all unreal. I’ve never invested savings and the stock market is far from where my life evolves and where my attention goes. Give me the market with its stalls, the holders counting the coins, worn on a string. Tangible money, butter with the fish, as we say in The Netherlands. You pay when you buy.

    I believe that since metal coins, ducats, and banknotes were replaced by digital money, the mould entered the global financial system. In other words, the emperor has no clothes on, while many pretend that he has, each for their personal interests.

    Since we’re all entering uncharted territory, finding new ideas rising, more or less under pressure-cooker condition, we can’t pretend, nor want to know what lies ahead. Although it’s human nature to do so. The stock market is all about calculations mixed with emotions.

    Remember this event?
    “Napoleon Escapes and Rothschild Makes a Killing. 1815 France
    Napoleon escapes from his banishment in Elba, an Island off the coast of Italy, and returned to Paris. By March Napoleon had equipped an army with the help of borrowed money from the Eubard Banking House of Paris.

    “When a government is dependent upon bankers for money, they and not the leaders of the government control the situation, since the hand that gives is above the hand that takes… Money has no motherland; financiers are without patriotism and without decency; their sole object is gain.” — Napoleon Bonaparte

    On June 18th, 74,000 French troops led by Napoleon, sizing up to meet 67,000 British and other European Troops 200 miles NE of Paris.

    Nathan Rothschild knowing that information is power stationed his trusted agent named Rothworth near the battlefield. As soon as the battle was over Rothworth quickly returned to London, delivering the news to Rothschild 24 hours ahead of Wellington’s courier. A victory by Napoleon would have devastated Britain’s financial system. Nathan stationed himself in his usual place next to an ancient pillar in the stock market. Knowing he would be observed he hung his head and began openly to sell huge numbers of British Government Bonds. Believing this to mean that Napoleon must have won, everyone started to sell their British Bonds as well. The bottom fell out of the market. Rothschild had his agents buying up all the hugely devalued bonds”.

    Apart from clever schemers, although Nathan Rothchild had no competition from social media and instant reports from other parts of the world, experts, insiders, whistleblowers, prophets, crystal ball gazers, can’t pierce the fog of whirlwind, the hurricane called Change. For myself, I keep in mind that we’re the changers and the changed both. Therefore, we can’t always see where we are, for it’s unknown, unfamiliar.
    See what I mean?

    We can only step forward and witness what’s around us, and make a choice based on that moment. I believe that President Trump is doing this with his staff and advisors if I’m not creating illusions. Many of the opposition around him are keen to point out what he should do, has done or should’ve done. He’s a maverick, with a clumsy style of communication, at times, who receives enormous attacks and critique, ridicule and hollow laughter, as far as I witness this, hearing people talk about him, in The Netherlands and in Britain. Several times now, I’ve had conversations with someone with such an opinion and the result was that this person could see the twisted programming efforts in the mainstream media.

    If a human being can survive all that President Trump survives, it must be by powerful support on the work floor and maybe divine intervention as well, I imagine. With a purpose. President Trump and his helpers are confronted with making the most complicated efforts, navigating in rough seas. From a higher point of view, there’s great cosmic humour at play.

    And since the nature of the opposition is so snakelike writhing, President Trump and his team need to counteract with a strategy of unexpected responses and moves, leading to surprising developments. Aren’t we witnessing this already? So much isn’t what it seems to be and more is what it doesn’t show at first.

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  2. I understand that it’s a fake system and so forth, but in the meantime before the event, lightworkers who live in poverty could greatly improve their living conditions by investing, as the market is recovering. This window of opportunity is closing though, as the market is getting high again. It would actually be foolish for lightworkers at this point not to use this opportunity to obtain better living conditions. There’s nothing nonspiritual and/or immoral about having a better quality of life before the event, especially for lightworkers. They deserve it, and it’s on a silver platter for them with the market recovery.

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  3. You might as well know a few things. The financiers sit in their Wall St or London City offices purposely manipulating asset prices day by day and hour by hour, to fool you into buying high (greed) and selling low (fear).
    In downturns which they engineer, they sell high in advance (short-sell), which drops the market price for you. When they need to buy back at lower prices (profit) they do it in Dark Pools where the demand does NOT raise the market price back. These are their own groups and they are allowed by the regulations to do this.
    Ever since the Jewish British monarchy enabled the Rothschilds to take over Manhattan Island in the War Of 1812, they have set up a customized system where they can see all your market orders, and move prices any way they want.
    The hurricane on Manhattan a few years ago was a warning.

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  4. 6-6-2020
    Fake money, fake economy, fake (corporate) government…
    This year amongst all, has shown it better than ever, just how disconnected, these people whom run the stock market with their trading, live in an altogether different economy called the “markets”, and just how disconnected, their financial world, is, from the real world, the rest of us, live in….
    Maybe that’s why they,, alone,, pay zero ($0) taxes in the “gains” made, thereby, its not ‘real’, and they are financially ‘disconnected’ from (or perhaps, we should we say, “protected’) from, real society, real America, and real people, on the streets, just by, those in many cases, unequally to all, and unearned,, one might even say, illicit-gains.
    Not trying to cause, any greater, division here, but, to point out the division that already exists and this ‘article’ documented so well….
    Most people cannot buy a Google, Tesla, Apple, or Amazon stock if they tried, most Americans,, have no extra money to do so, and it’s truly unlikely,, most people would ever,, be able to get far enough ahead financially to buy even one,, of these stocks. Thus they, are unable to participate in the elite scum world of finance, kept apart by financial class they can never really participate in, they are be8ng deliberately being kept from being able to profit by, unequally. Then, if they somehow do manage to save up enough money to buy just one,, of these stocks,, how long would they have to hold it (under “normal” market conditions) to buy a second one, on profit earned fro: it (whilst the big money boys trade such stocks momentarily in thousands and of thousands of, or even hundreds of thousands of stocks, in mere fractional nanoseconds, done on a network you and I can never afford to access, creating the market movements themselves, that they profit by long before you and I in the real world even are told about stock price movements, it’s a rigged game, and you and I are not invited to play equally). It’s actually unlikely they could ever buy even one stock, and far more unlikely,, they could ever, buy another.
    So, the average person in America at least, might be able to buy ‘penny stocks’ at best, and because they,, are not given the tools like these nanosecond trading networks, thus, they can most likely never,, make any significant money from trading such penny stocks, and thus, never ever, get to the level the elite scum play at, for sure.
    The stock market should be forever,, eliminated, it does nothing to benefit the average American, serves no tangible purpose to most of, we the people, and not only, does it not contribute, to the ‘real economy’, or help ‘real people’ struggling just to earn their forty hours (if lucky enough to work full time) working for slave wages and pay their rent / mortgage.
    Furthermore, it’s so disconnected from the average American, that it would not matter to most people on the streets this week, nor would it matter to the real economy (our ‘slave economy’), if it was wound down, and disappeared entirely. I would not miss it, would you? If you answered no, then my friend, you like me, are the slave, to the elite scum, and we had better either realize and accept our slavery,, or,, do what is necessary as a society to change that fact and make an economy for all of us.

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