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September 06, 2014, 02:08:35 PM
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So they can then own everything, cheap.

The same thing that happened before, and after the battle of Waterloo, when the British stock market was manipulated.

Except this time, they're using printed money, which costs them nothing, therefore they do not care about the losses.

It's fucking diabolically brilliant.


Ok, why would the U.S. let foreign central banks 'own' the most valuable U.S. companies? Well, it's 'free markets' but still...

You are not right about losses. Despite that the money is created, it still adds to the balance sheet. If stocks fall, central bank experiences losses.
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September 06, 2014, 04:11:13 PM
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It's over. T-Bond buying by the rest of the world was central to the scheme. First, EU stopped* buying in 1999. PRC stepped in then, probably just to build themselves an 'economic nuke' (imagine a fat red button with written 'accelerate the destruction of the house of cards that is the US economy'). Then they stopped* too, in 2007. Now the USG/FED are buying by themselves (make no sense, right?) to stimulate the american public (small investors) into buying. It is a trap. They are 'externalizing' the collapse to the small saver! GTFO of the US stock markets FUCKING NOW!



*When i say 'stopped buying', i really mean 'slowed down the buying'. It's all about flow, gents.

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September 07, 2014, 05:36:42 AM
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It's over. T-Bond buying by the rest of the world was central to the scheme. First, EU stopped* buying in 1999. PRC stepped in then, probably just to build themselves an 'economic nuke' (imagine a fat red button with written 'accelerate the destruction of the house of cards that is the US economy'). Then they stopped* too, in 2007. Now the USG/FED are buying by themselves (make no sense, right?) to stimulate the american public (small investors) into buying. It is a trap. They are 'externalizing' the collapse to the small saver! GTFO of the US stock markets FUCKING NOW!



*When i say 'stopped buying', i really mean 'slowed down the buying'. It's all about flow, gents.

A decline in US stocks would probably drag the rest of the world down with it. As they say, when America sneezes, the rest of the world catches a cold.


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September 07, 2014, 06:52:14 AM
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A decline in US stocks would probably drag the rest of the world down with it. As they say, when America sneezes, the rest of the world catches a cold.

Who says this still? Maybe in the 1950s LOL

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