posted on Sep, 23 2015 @ 05:19 AM
Sorry if it has already been posted as the article is not new.
Ever since my friends profited off the Japanese nuclear reactor disaster many years ago I have been aware that when there is a disaster, there is
money to be made.
Many conspiracies revolve around the gains from losses and I always felt there was more to the China dock explosion than just a mere accident/ lack
of safety protocols. I stated in many threads it would be interesting to know the stock gains/ insurance policies affected by the disaster and whether
or not it was a destabilising tactic used by competing corporations. There may be a small chance this may be the case.
ZURICH insurance lost £177 million on the explosion but more importantly lost the potential £5.5 billion merger with RSA insurance.
Please read the link for more details.
Will we see a merge with RSA from rival firms or a buyout of this company at a significantly less price, below market value? Is this just a by
product of an actual accident of a cleverly orchestrated bid to cripple a rival? When £5.5 billion is involved is it just a coincidence? Am I
suffering from sleep deprivation and desperately trying to validate my own theory from months ago? (Lol)
I would like to hear your opinions on this matter and hope the good members on here could perhaps find more/better sources of other
profiterring/losses revolving around the China explosion.
Also on the link it has a good drone vantage point of the disaster if you have no interest in the thread.