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  • singhlion2001 singhlion2001 Sep 21, 2012 1:10 PM Flag

    EQIX SCAM BUBBLE AND SAME FRAUD TARGET PRICE PUMP AS NETFLIX SCAM AT PEAK OF SCAM BUBBLE CLIFF:NETFLIX FAVORITE NUMBER BY SAME FRAUD STREET BANKSTER TERRORIST ANALYST WAS $330 AND ON EQIX SCAM BUBBLE PEAK..MAGIC IS $230 $30 SEEMS TO THEIR SECRET CODE FOR FRAUD LOOT AT EXTREME PEAK CLIFF

    Netflix favorite number by same fraud street bankster terrorist analyst was $330

    and on eqix scam bubble peak..magic is $230

    $30 seems to their secret code for fraud loot at extreme peak cliff

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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    • $20 FRAUD AT $200?

      FRAUD STREET CASINO AND USA 99% WORKING CLASS PENSION LOOT

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • WHY ARE FRAUD PUMPS FAILING AT $200?LOL

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • Piper Jaffray Raises PT On Netflix To $330

      Piper Jaffray has raised the price target on Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX [FREE Stock Trend Analysis]) from $305 to $330 and maintains its Overweight rating.

      Netflix: Goldman Pounds The Table, Sets $330 Price Target
      7/11/2011 @ 2:28PM
      Goldman Sachs analyst Ingrid Chung this morning reiterated her Buy rating on Netflix, while raising her price target on the stock to $330, from $300. The stock closed last week at $295.14.

      Chung’s higher target price reflects her bullish view on the company’s plan to start offering streaming service in 43 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean this fall. She notes that the area covered has more than 37 million broadband householders, that there is not much competition in the region, and that U.S. content is very popular in Latin America, accounting for about 75% of movie viewership and half of TV viewership. She also said Netflix should be able to obtain streaming rights in the region inexpensively. And she contends there are few substitutes, with low penetration of DVRs and video on demand.

      Chung upped her 2012 EPS forecast to $6.96 from $6.87; for 2013 she now sees $9.65, up from $8.95.

      With the broad market sharply lower, NFLX is down $5.36, or 1.8%, to $289.78.

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

      • 3 Replies to singhlion2001
      • NETFLIX FRAUD AND GOLDMAN SACHS FRAUD MANIPUALTION SOFTWARE: LOOT IN BILLIONS CONTINUE...............
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        Our Supreme Court is also sold out to banksters like High Treason Criminal Ruling Elites
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        Here is the proof:
        TUESDAY, JULY 7, 2009

        Goldman Sachs Admits Its Software Can "Manipulate Markets in Unfair Ways”

        Goldman Sachs says that its program trading software can be used to manipulate markets:

        The bank has raised the possibility that there is a danger that somebody who knew how to use this program could use it to manipulate markets in unfair ways.
        (and see this).

        Given that Goldman obviously knows how to use its own program - which it paid many millions for - isn't that a virtual admission that Goldman has been manipulating markets?
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        I heard of a guy a few years ago that went on record about a software that could manipulate and HIDE traces of market manipulation. he is out of job now and dirt poor- he was fairly rich and succesfull business manager untill he found this software to be doing something illegal and reported it to his boss.. it's a long story, a MP3 audio file, maybe someone know what i am thinking of?
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        Goldman Trading-Code Investment Put at Risk by Theft (Update3)
        By David Glovin and Christine Harper - July 6, 2009 23:47 EDT
        July 6 (Bloomberg) -- Goldman Sachs Group Inc. may lose its investment in a proprietary trading code and millions of dollars from increased competition if software allegedly stolen by a former employee gets into the wrong hands, a prosecutor said.

        Sergey Aleynikov, an ex-Goldman Sachs computer programmer, was arrested July 3 after arriving at Liberty International Airport in Newark, New Jersey, U.S. officials said. Aleynikov, 39, who has dual American and Russian citizenship, is charged in a criminal complaint with stealing the trading software. Teza Technologies LLC, a Chicago-based firm co-founded by a former Citadel Investment Group LLC trader, said it suspended Aleynikov, who started there on July 2.

        At a court appearance July 4 in Manhattan, Assistant U.S. Attorney Joseph Facciponti told a federal judge that Aleynikov’s alleged theft poses a risk to U.S. markets. Aleynikov transferred the code, which is worth millions of dollars, to a computer server in Germany, and others may have had access to it, Facciponti said, adding that New York-based Goldman Sachs may be harmed if the software is disseminated.

        “The bank has raised the possibility that there is a danger that somebody who knew how to use this program could use it to manipulate markets in unfair ways,” Facciponti said, according to a recording of the hearing made public today. “The copy in Germany is still out there, and we at this time do not know who else has access to it.”

        ‘Preposterous’

        The prosecutor added, “Once it is out there, anybody will be able to use this, and their market share will be adversely affected.”

        The proprietary code lets the firm do “sophisticated, high- speed and high-volume trades on various stock and commodities markets,” prosecutors said in court papers. The trades generate “many millions of dollars” each year.

        Defense attorney Sabrina Shroff said in court that the government’s allegations are “preposterous.” The firm was aware that Aleynikov, who is the father of three young girls, was downloading programs to his personal computer to do work at home and that he hasn’t disseminated the code, the lawyer said.

        “If Goldman Sachs cannot possibly protect this kind of proprietary information that the government wants you to think is worth the entire United States market, one has to question how they plan to accommodate every other breach,” she said.

        Michael DuVally, a spokesman for Goldman Sachs in New York, declined to comment.

        $750,000 Bail

        U.S. Magistrate Judge Mark Fox ordered Aleynikov, who earned $400,000 a year, to be held by on $750,000 bail, after prosecutors claimed he posed a threat to the community. Aleynikov planned to earn three times his salary by joining a startup company and engaging in high-volume automated trading, prosecutors said. Aleynikov posted bail today and was released.

        Aleynikov didn’t speak at the hearing, except to say that he understood the conditions of his bail.

        Teza, co-founded by former Citadel trader Misha Malyshev, said in an e-mailed statement that it first learned of the allegations on July 5 and suspended Aleynikov without pay following an investigation.

        The firm “was not aware of the alleged misconduct” and offered to cooperate with the government, according to the statement.

        Reverse Engineering

        “Someone stealing that code is basically stealing the way that Goldman Sachs makes money in the equity marketplace,” said Larry Tabb, founder of TABB Group, a financial-market research and advisory firm. “The more sophisticated market makers -- and Goldman is one of them -- spend significant amounts of money developing software that’s extremely fast and can analyze different execution strategies so they can be the first one to make a decision.”

        Someone could use the code “to implement the same strategies and maybe on certain stocks they can be faster and, in effect, take away money that would normally be Goldman’s,” Tabb said today in a phone interview. “The second thing that they can do is actually analyze the code so that they know what Goldman’s going to do before Goldman does it and kind of reverse engineer Goldman’s strategies and make money basically at the expense of Goldman.”

        ‘Wake-Up Call’

        Harvey Pitt, former chairman of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, said proprietary electronic data poses significant risks for all financial institutions.

        “This is a wake-up call to all financial institutions to review their security systems, not just with respect to trading codes, but with respect to all proprietary information,” said Pitt, now chief executive officer of Kalorama Partners LLC in Washington.

        Goldman appeared to have taken some steps to prevent the theft of its code, Pitt said. “The real question is whether, in light of this outrageous conduct on the part of one of its employees, it should have taken more steps,” Pitt said.

        Aleynikov spent four hours with a Federal Bureau of Investigation agent after his July 3 arrest, Shroff said. He told the agent that he’d done nothing wrong, authorized prosecutors to seize his personal computers, and said he hadn’t known the server he was using was in Germany, she said.

        32 Megabits

        Only 32 of 1,024 megabits of the software code was transferred, Shroff said.

        “It is not disseminated,” she said of the code.

        Facciponti said at the hearing that Aleynikov could disseminate the code “in 10 minutes” using a cell phone. Once the government obtains access to the German server, prosecutors will see if Aleynikov transferred other confidential data as well, he said. It’s logical to conclude that Aleynikov planned to use the code at his new company, the prosecutor said.

        “This is the most substantial theft that the bank can remember ever happening to it, in the sense the entire platform has been taken from it,” Facciponti said. “There has been no breaches anywhere on this magnitude at the bank.”

        Aleynikov worked at Goldman from 2007 until June, the government said in the complaint. He was part of a team of workers responsible for improving the computer platform. His alleged transfer of computer codes ran from June 1 to June 5, according to prosecutors.

        Moscow, Rutgers

        Aleynikov studied applied mathematics at the Moscow Institute of Transportation Engineering before transferring to Rutgers University, where he received a bachelor’s degree in computer science in 1993 and a master’s of science degree, specializing in medical image processing and neural networks, in 1996, according to his profile on the social-networking site LinkedIn.

        Before joining Goldman Sachs, he worked for about eight years at IDT Corp., the U.S. vendor of prepaid calling cards, where he led the team responsible for developing routing systems, according to the profile.

        His profile on LinkedIn describes him as a vice president in equity strategy at Goldman Sachs and includes two recommendations from colleagues at the firm.

        Goldman Profit

        Goldman was the world’s biggest and most profitable securities firm until it converted to a bank in September following the bankruptcy of smaller rival Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. Goldman earned $2.3 billion last year, down from a record $11.6 billion in 2007, as market turmoil caused it to report a fourth-quarter loss, its first in a decade as a public company.

        Goldman’s equities business generated $2 billion of revenue in the first three months of 2009, down 20 percent from the first quarter of 2008, the company reported in April. Second-quarter results are due to be reported next week.

        Goldman rose $2.97, or 2.1 percent, to $146.46 in New York Stock Exchange composite trading.

        The case is U.S. v. Aleynikov, U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York (Manhattan).

        To contact the reporters on this story: David Glovin in New York federal court at
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        insolvency is foregone conclusion.......................
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        RED ALERT : USA HIJACKED BY HOME GROWN FINANCIAL AL QAEDA LED BY BANKSTER TERRORISTS: USA PENSIONS GETTING ROBBED WITH FULL PROTECTION AND WEAPONS PROVIDED BY OUR HIGH TREASON RULERS

        S.E.C: TORA BORA CAVES...WHERE FINANCIAL TERRORISTS GETTING ALL SHELTER/PROTECTION AND WEAPONS TO LOOT EVERY PENNY CONTRIBUTIONS BY 99% WORKING MIDDLE CLASS TO BE LOOTED AND TRANSFERRED INTO 1% HOME GROWN FINANCIAL AL QAEDA POCKETS
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        FRAUD LOOT SCAM OVER $15B+ GOLDMAN SACHS/REED HASTINGS SCAM GANG: & S.E.C CRIMINALS PROVIDE ALL SCAM WEAPONS FOR LOOT TO CONTINUE WITHOUT ANY FEAR....
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        RED ALERT IN USA: FRAUD LOOT IN BILLIONS AND S.E.C. CRIMINALS STILL PROTECTING CRIMINAL REED HASTINGS SCAM GANG
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        NETFLIX SCAM LOOT PLAY BOOK DEBATE WILL REVEAL HOW BIG TRAITOR RULERS AT BANKING COMMITTEE ARE IN USA

        PROVEN CRIMINALS REED HASTINGS/BARRY McCARTHY/TECHNOLOGY CROSS VENTURES ARE OPERATING AN ORGANZIED LOOT PONZI SCAM VIA NETFLIX(NFLX) ON WALL STREET Organized crime groups are often involved in crimes that are considered white collar offenses. A number of crimes committed by organized groups are done so for the purposes of financial gain. This is called racketeering, which is a felony crime. Characteristics of Organized Crime Groups Organized crime offenses vary greatly, but, there are some generalizations that apply to the groups as a whole. They are all developed based on a hierarchy of power and importance associated with the individuals in the group. They are stable organizations that usually exist over very long periods of time. They may use violence to defend the interests of the group. They usually have political or social protection that keeps them safe from retaliation from the surrounding community, including law enforcement. Their purpose is to accumulate capital which is then reinvested into the operations and businesses run by the group. The majority of organized crime groups operate behind the mask of legitimate businesses. In some cases, their racketeering practices involve the bribery and manipulation of legitimate business owners or public officials. This prevents their racketeering practices from being detected. WHERE IS FBI? DOJ? White-collar crimes cost the United States more than $300 billion annually according to the FBI.

        RED ALERT IN USA: FRAUD LOOT IN BILLIONS AND S.E.C. CRIMINALS STILL PROTECTING CRIMINAL REED HASTINGS SCAM GANG
        And providing all weapons to keep the fraud bubble loot going

        open challenge in USA to debate insolvent netflix insider scam with fraud street crime partners
        Ouch! The Netflix Price-Change Hangover [View article]
        Reed Hasting's is a carnival barker, a mountebank, a flim-flam man, a charlatan and a confidence man. The CFO left the company in January, because he was aware of the fake accounting at NFLX, the lies and the false hype. The Head of investor relations left 3 months ago, because she could no longer lie, about the companies activities and accounting. Both left before any investigation into accounting, or investigation into the manipulation of the stock by hedge funds begins. Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley. JP Morgan, Piper Jaffray and many other financial institutions have been colluding to manipulate this stock thru proprietary trading in their hedge funds. Goldman Sachs picked NFLX as their latest Ponzi Scheme, because Reed Hastings is just the perfect Machiavellian con-man. Lloyd Blankfein And Reed Hastings are as thick as thieves. It was Goldman Sachs that forced Facebook executives to add Reed Hasting to their Board of directors, to manipulate the stock price. Reed Hasting is a false Messiah, in league with Goldman Sachs, deceiving Americans, and The indolent regulators who have been paid off by Goldman Sachs. The SEC directors are bribed by Goldman not to do their job, with promises of $4 million a year jobs after they leave the SEC, at banks, the very banks they are supposed to regulate. The SEC is corrupted and compromised by Goldman Sachs, "the Great Deceiver"
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        NETFLIX(NFLX)
        Exposing Inside Enrich Scam by Netflix Insiders and their Wall Street Partners

        All Watch Dog Agencies in USA will be tested:Do they care for working class Pension? Loot by Home Grown Financial Bankster Terrorists continue?

        S.E.C Refused to Investigate:Criminal Robert Khuzami Still protecting and loot continues

        Price/Volume Manipulation Fraud continues
        Pump/Dump News Spin scam
        Enron/Worldcom Style Cook Book Scam
        Inside Information Trading Scam
        $200M Debt used for Short Squeeze Bub
        Scam Update 2012
        Accounting Smoking
        SCAM PLAY BOOK
        No Banker in Jail?

        Sentiment: Strong Sell

      • THE FRAUD ANALYST HEED KEEPS PILING ON SCAM PUMP TARGET

        SAME AS NETFLIX SCAM AT THE PEAK CLIFF BEFORE CRASH NEXT
        Equinix price target raised to $230 from $195 at RBC Capital

        RBC thugs could not lift much eaither:lol

        Sentiment: Strong Sell

      • dividend their scam $ss. Using Debt to buy back shares for fraud bubble via Short Squeeze: Raping the Balance sheet and turning into REIT and future promise of what dividend yield? 2% or less on a Scam bubble and Christopher Larsen Scam $ss Analyst spins fraud Target price at Piper Jaffray at peak cliff of a scam bubble for loot dump scam.

        Same was done by Michael Olson for NETFLIX scam at Peak bubble cliff.

        I kept warning these criminals but instead I get threats from these Bankster Financial Terrorists

        EQIX fraud Bubble creation Via Short Squeeze. Criminal crook CEO used Debt to buy back to create short squeeze bubble in Bed with Goldman Sachs and rest of Wall Street Crime Partner Banksters.Same Scam was played at Netflix with $200m Debt used in Buy Back scam for Short Squeeze bubble with smaller trading float and heavy short Interest. Same FRAUD research Reports with Fraud Future Fraud Earnings Estimates.

        Piper Jaffray should be forced by and Hold this scam with fraud pump for 1 year ta least in their portfolio

        (((PIPER JEFFREY same criminals with same fraud pump on Sep 9/13/2012))))
        Piper Jaffray Lifts Equinix (EQIX) to $230 on REIT Status
        September 13, 2012 11:08 AM EDT

        Piper Jaffray boosted its price target on Overweight-rated Equinix (NASDAQ: EQIX) from $185 to $230 following REIT approval.
        For an analyst ratings summary and ratings history on Equinix click here. For more ratings news on Equinix click here.
        Shares of Equinix closed at $186.55 yesterday, with a 52 week range of $82.43-$203.16.
        Why Equinix Fraud Bubble Shares Popped
        By Sean Williams |
        September 13, 2012 |

        Although we don't believe in timing the market or panicking over market movements, we do like to keep an eye on big changes -- just in case they're material to our investing thesis.

        What: Shares of big data center operator Equinix (Nasdaq: EQIX ) rallied as much as 14% almost immediately following the opening bell after an announcement that its board of directors has approved its transition to becoming a real estate investment trust.

        So what: Equinix has been tinkering with the idea of converting to a REIT for some time now, and it's one of the primary reasons the stock has rallied so spiritedly over the previous couple of months. REITs receive favorable tax status in exchange for paying out 90% or more of earnings to shareholders in the form of a dividend. According to Equinix, it plans to pay out $700 million to $1.1 billion annually in dividends, of which up to 20% will be in cash, and the remainder in stock. Equinix plans to file a private letter ruling with the IRS by the end of this year to aid with its transition and expects to officially have REIT status by fiscal 2015.

        Now what: One reason shares have been deflating since the open -- now up just 7% -- has to do less with the news and more with the type of distribution. I'm pretty confident in saying that shareholders were expecting a beefier cash portion of the dividend. According to Equinix's broad payout estimates, its initial dividend would be around $2.90 to $4.60 in cash for a yield of 1.45% to 2.3% (based solely on its cash payout). Personally, my biggest beef with Equinix remains its valuation. In spite of heavy enterprise big data spending, I find it impossible to wrap my head around the company at 52 times forward earnings and would recommend treading lightly around Equinix until further notice.

        Equinix isn't going to be without its problems, which include data center competition from far bigger rivals in AT&T (NYSE: T ) and Verizon (NYSE: VZ ) , as well as the challenge of paying down its $2.6 billion in debt.
        How it stacks up
        Let's see how Equinix compares to its peers.
        Being considerably more specialized and targeted toward major cities, Equinix has moved well beyond its peers over the past year.

        Company

        Price/Book

        Price/Cash Flow

        Forward P/E

        Debt/Equity

        Dividend Yield

        Equinix 4.7 14.9 44.2 121.8% 0%
        AT&T 2.1 6.2 10.2 62.3% 4.8%
        Verizon 3.3 3.8 15.3 57.9% 4.7%
        Sources: Morningstar and Yahoo! Finance.

        This is really comes down to a case of growth versus income. Both AT&T and Verizon have considerably more diverse business operations than Equinix, and thus are much cheaper on a forward earnings basis and pay out handsome yields near 5%. Equinix, on the other hand, will run circles around both AT&T and Verizon in terms of growth rates.

        The big question that will really make these numbers somewhat relevant has to do with the magnitude of AT&T and Verizon's investments into their data centers, as well as industrywide consolidation or acquisitions, which could eat into Equinix's niche category.

        What's next
        Now for the $64,000 question: What's next for Equinix? The answer depends on its ability to find other geographic centers to expand to, its ability to pay down debt, and whether or not it can stand up against AT&T and Verizon's deep pockets.

        Equinix isn't the only company with a technology that everyone's soon going to want.Equinix's unique position within data center traffic and the potential for the company to become a real estate investment trust have investors rightfully excited. Even I can see very long-term potential in the company. Where I have my qualms with Equinix is simply in its valuation. If Equinix is growing at 18% per year and its forward P/E is 44, we're looking at a PEG ratio of 2.44 which is awfully high – even for a company with recurring revenue. I'm also concerned that its high debt levels will constrain its expansion even with ample revolving credit available. There's just not enough value left here to justify a move higher in my opinion.

        -------------REFER TO IRON MOUNTAIN valuation and dividend + Debt to Equity Ratio vs EQIX scam bubble Fraud and Target scam price

        Sentiment: Strong Sell

 
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