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Market Manipulation for profit and political gain.

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August 15, 2011 – Comments (6) | RELATED TICKERS: GE

The market manipulators effect politicians decisions and make a lot of money in the interim. They will run the market down to get day traders and investors to sell and even sell short, then the manipulators buy in and run the market up, short sellers have to cover and the market takes off. This gives the manipulators tremendous profits. The Timing always seems to be when it will give Wall Street and Obama the most advantage to government decisions.

Did you notice in the two months leading upto the deadline of the debt ceiling and budjet vote all government reports were very bad even though July was actually a good month fot the economy. After the vote was finalized the reports were revised up, and reports from then on have been much more optimistic? This is not by accident or coincidence it is planed months in advance.

What do you think they will do to persuade the Federal Reserve?

It only makes sense to have fear and a down market before the fed makes their next decision. The market can run up 50% of the recent losses and have another leg down as big as the first. The DJIA's August run up would be near 12,000 to 12,500 and the bottom (of this cycle) would be 11,200 to 10,500 in mid September. The drop would have to come on fast from the start of the month to give maximum time before the Fed members meet.

This also is near the last month for the market to tank before Obama starts to campaign. If Obama is the master manipulator he would want August or September to be the lowest month so the market has room to run up through his campaign.

I am not saying to get out of the market the first of Sept (even though I will remove 40% of my positions August 30th) because it should rebound after the fed decision. Although If the market hits 12,500 this month it might be good to take profits.

6 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On August 15, 2011 at 6:14 PM, miteycasey (30.62) wrote:

He can't help unemployment.

As long as that's above 9% he doesn't have a chance, much the same thing that happened to McCain last time.

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#2) On August 15, 2011 at 6:26 PM, dpdoor (28.88) wrote:

Wait and see, they are very tricky. They fire the government employees and hire privet sector. The Yuan is finally going up from our S & P rating. And if Obama fixes the S & P rating he will be the first not to take a decade to do so. There are a lot of tricks being used but we seem to believe what we read in the Wall Street Journal. What do you see, are you employed? How many customers did your business see in July? Thinking about buying a new car? Put down the news paper and turn of the T.V., things are not 2004 but they sure are not 1937

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#3) On August 15, 2011 at 7:17 PM, chk999 (99.97) wrote:

The market manipulators effect politicians decisions

You mean "affect". 

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#4) On August 15, 2011 at 7:56 PM, dpdoor (28.88) wrote:

depends, some times it effects and some time it affects, but your right, my bad.

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#5) On September 29, 2011 at 5:19 PM, dpdoor (28.88) wrote:

This prediction was on the money. Except a math err, half way up from the decline would be 11,400 which is exactly what it hit on the exactly the day I said. The bottom the following month was one day before the day I expected. It is not a crystal ball it is understanding Obama's ability to manipulate the stock market and understanding what he will do to get re-elected in 2012. Driving the market down just over a year before the election is in the plan, they have done it before, it is easy to reverse and it usually goes higher then before the drop. Look for 12,500 year end over 14,000 before election day.

They likely will do the same next month to keep the markets volatile; drive down interest rates; and to keep pressure on congress with a fearful market.

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#6) On September 29, 2011 at 5:29 PM, reflector (< 20) wrote:

"Look for 12,500 year end over 14,000 before election day."

LOL, gotta hand it to you dp, you set a new bar for "wildly optimistic".

forget 12,500, never mind 14,000.

the fed is waiting for the DJIA to drop to 8000-9000 before the next round of stimulus, which might bring us back to 11,000-12,000 at best

but all the stimulus in the world won't help, and in fact it will make matters worse, when the country is being crushed under a mountain of debt.

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