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ifpigscouldfly269 10 posts  |  Last Activity: Aug 18, 2014 4:47 PM Member since: Jan 26, 2006
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  • Great piece about Wall Street and how the markets work (not for you, but for the cheaters who try to steal your money). You MUST see this piece - thanks to "60 Minutes" for exposing what most of us already know about the "crock markets" - taught me not to listen to the "analysts," "advisors," "bankers" or anyone else involved in it. The market is totally RIGGED - but then we all knew that, didn't we?

    Oh, and that "hole" in the investment bucket that siphons out your money - it goes into the cheaters' pockets. Even if you are "making money" in the market - you should have more. Watch the "60 Minutes" piece - it'll blow you away, and it's TRUE!!!

    Sentiment: Sell

  • Great piece about Wall Street and how the markets work (not for you, but for the cheaters who try to steal your money). You MUST see this piece - thanks to "60 Minutes" for exposing what most of us already know about the "crock markets" - taught me not to listen to the "analysts," "advisors," "bankers" or anyone else involved in it. The market is totally RIGGED - but then we all knew that, didn't we?

    Oh, and that "hole" in the investment bucket that siphons out your money - it goes into the cheaters' pockets. Even if you are "making money" in the market - you should have more. Watch the "60 Minutes" piece - it'll blow you away, and it's TRUE!!!

    Sentiment: Sell

  • that exposed the markets for the crookedness they are. "Rigged," "skimming," "frontrunning, and other appropriate adjectives were used to describe the ripoffs occurring on a daily basis to separate you from your money.

    I don't buy anything Wall Street has to say, figuratively or literally. I wish the governmental agencies would get more involved to protect the investors.

    Thanks, "60 Minutes," for an excellent piece to educate the investors on how things really work. Apparently Wall Street is not doing this, and the regulatory agencies seem complicit in the deceit for whatever reasons (you figure it out).

    Sentiment: Sell

  • that exposed the markets for the crookedness they are. "Rigged," "skimming," "frontrunning, and other appropriate adjectives were used to describe the ripoffs occurring on a daily basis to separate you from your money.

    I don't buy anything Wall Street has to say, figuratively or literally. I wish the governmental agencies would get more involved to protect the investors.

    Thanks, "60 Minutes," for an excellent piece to educate the investors on how things really work. Apparently Wall Street is not doing this, and the regulatory agencies seem complicit in the deceit for whatever reasons (you figure it out).

  • when the manipulators return from spending their ill-begotten gains (your money), they will find another excuse to make the market go in whatever direction they choose (regulators are permanently on vacation, or the payroll). "Bad news" is "good" so the fed might not raise rates? Who though up that ridiculous idea? Consumer spending way down - they account for 70% of the economy - but "investors were looking past that today". LOL! They must think we're stupid to believe their garbage.

  • ifpigscouldfly269 by ifpigscouldfly269 Jul 28, 2014 3:14 PM Flag

    With the economy and world in shambles wall street keeps ignoring the facts and playing in a make-believe world that few take seriously. It's all a stupid game run by greedy people. No way would I invest here, just as China and others have learned and have pulled way back.

    The "employment" data is totally rigged: reduce the amount of weeks people can collect, and when they no longer receive any benefits they are no longer counted as unemployed because they can no longer be tracked! Who's idea was that? You think people don't realize how rigged the whole thing is?

    Keep on pretending, Wall Street. Even the regulators are playing along by their absence.
    In the overall scheme of things (emphasis on "scheme" when it comes to Wall Street and their antics), "the street" is insignifican/a joke/doesn't matter.

  • When I heard that Obama was going to clean up Wall Street I was worried. That "fat cats" speech scared me. But now I see he is unwilling to do anything, just as us fat cats wanted. Say anything, do nothing. Wall Street loves you Mr. Prez. Just keep looking the other way while we make up fake earnings and cheat the "investors" who think Wall Street is legitimate. After all, the suckers actually believe that companies are making record profits in our second Great Depression. We appreciate you greatly helping to have them believe this ruse.

    We're all purring, so thanks again. You're the cat's meow!

  • Pretty disgusting - the markets should be down at least 20-30% based on the REAL ECONOMY and world events which affect it - without the fudging, manipulation and lack of regulatory oversight.

    I simply do not believe the #$%$ that Wall Street puts out there with its fakery. Anyone who does is a fool.

  • ifpigscouldfly269 by ifpigscouldfly269 Jun 25, 2014 4:11 PM Flag

    The bad guys on wall street don't care about anything else but making money for themselves. With the problems in Iraq, themarlkets should be down at least 10% on top of the 45% they should be down anyway based on the REAL economy. You know, they type where the 20% real unemployed are a big part of the 70%of spending the consumers make up of the economy - oh, so we're told in normal times. But when it doesn't benefit the bad guys on Wall Street, that's not valid any longer?

    How disgusting is off-the-wall street and the ridiculous tricks they pull? A total CROCK! Don't worry, when the imminent collapse comes they'll be tipped off first and leave you holding the (empty) bag! Recently disclosed that an abnormally high amount of inside trading went on a few years ago - do you think?!

  • ifpigscouldfly269 by ifpigscouldfly269 Jun 25, 2014 3:54 PM Flag

    Noticing that there's a new Pringles size that's little more than half the net weight of the original size, yet costs almost the same price! These new Pringles canisters are in a cardboard tray at retail stores with the front lip of that tray rising higher than the net weight contents on the front of the package! This looks like an attempt to have the consumer THINK this is the bigger size when it's NOT! Be careful -- looks like a ripoff. Might not be illegal, but looks immoral to me. Also, check the net weight of this and all other products you buy - they're putting in less and charging you the same price or MORE! What a greedy scam.

    Sentiment: Sell

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