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  • toobig2failagain toobig2failagain Jan 7, 2014 5:23 AM Flag

    JP Morgan and Stock Manipulation Using MarkIT On Demand

    For the last few months or so, I have been hacked heavily by MarkIT On Demand using whenever getting quotes on Yahoo Quotes and especially immediately after logging into my TD Ameritrade account. Reported the issue to TD Ameritrade after filing an SEC complaint. I provided substantial proof that a hedge fund controlled by JP Morgan, another by BOA, and several other IP addresses of FSB funds were remotely logging into my PC from the hedge fund FSB IP addresses controlled by the two large investment banks. I believe the intention of the constant connections were to obtain illegal information regarding my holdings, margin investments, etc.

    I have reported and hold that these investment banks obtained illegal information from these constant connections to my PC and used the information to short all my stocks held in all my trading accounts at the same time to force margin calls. TD Ameritrade was working with these investment banks as well by constantly increasing the margin requirements on all my holdings at the same time to force liquidation of equity holdings at a loss.

    This merger announcement after a sudden drop in the last 3 days prior to the announcement confirms my evidence that the banks -- JP Morgan and BOA -- are involved in theft of equity from retail investors using technology similar to what Snowden describes that the NSA uses. MarkIT on Demand sells illegally obtained retail investor info to these hedge funds owned by the investment banks.

    Sad, but true.

    Sentiment: Hold

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