Head of the Criminal Enterprise during the War on Terrah regime..
What can the the small investors do?
on Wall Street.. Watch & Learn..
The game has been all orchastrated from Day ONE!
Another 'War on Terrah' game by the Criminals in power..
You should know by now, which CHART I was talking about 2 weeks ago!
Live & Learn :)
Heading to $2 range by year end.. trickle down theory works here.. I am NOT short or bashing.. presenting some hard to swollow predictions!
For decades we’ve been subjected to constant propaganda that government is inefficient, bureaucratic and expensive. We’re told that the answer is to “privatize,” or “outsource” government functions to private businesses and they will do things more efficiently and everyone comes out ahead. As a result we have experienced decades of privatization of government functions.
So how has wave of privatization this worked out? Has privatization saved taxpayers money and improved services to citizens? Simple answer: of course not. If a company can make a profit doing something the government had been doing, it means that we're losing out one way or another. It’s simple math. And the result of falling for the privatization scam is that taxpayers have been fleeced, services to citizens have been cut way back and communities have been made poorer. But the companies that convinced governments to hand over public functions have gotten rich off of the deal. How is this a surprise?
Here are 5 privatization horror stories, where government outsourcing has gone terribly wrong. (Or maybe you’d say it has gone terribly right if you are one of the companies getting the taxpayer dollars.)
1. Chicago Parking Meters
The mother of all privatization horror stories is what happened with Chicago’s parking meters. In 2008 the city “financialized” its parking meter revenue stream. It leased the rights to collect from parking meters to a consortium led by Wall Street bank Morgan Stanley. The lease is for 75 years.
The Gobernment is working for their Paymasters, The Vamps of Wall St, that is. .. Not for the public.. get a Clue!
It is not going higher from here, the algo can be for a walking down the bids towards the last trading hour, bring the closing price at or below the low of the day.. Expect another lower opening on Monday..