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The Stock Market Is A Fraud - Proof

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posted on Sep, 22 2008 @ 04:57 PM
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As previously discussed here,
we all know the stock market is rigged.

I was able to track down Reinhardt
(I connected the dots and I'm 99.9% sure
it's the name of his college) and invited him
to reveal his secrets in detail here tonight at 8 p.m. (NY time):

www.talkshoe.com...

For those who haven't heard:
Last year, a message board poster at Google Groups
accurately predicted a stock market meltdown
for March 15, 2008...

... If you remember, the 2nd worst market crash started on
precisely March 15th of 2008.

Coincidence? Get this:

This same message board poster accurately
predicted last week's market meltdown...
down 503.99 on September 15th --
way back in July.

And the next big date is coming up next month.

Listen to the call right from you very own computer here:
www.talkshoe.com...

Do you still think the stock market is legit'?

Moderator-Edit: Profanity removed from title.

[edit on 24-9-2008 by Skyfloating]




posted on Sep, 22 2008 @ 05:08 PM
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Will someone record it? I am interested in what this guy has to say but won't be able to tonight.

Great post! Thanks



posted on Sep, 22 2008 @ 05:16 PM
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Originally posted by TruthSleuth
As previously discussed here,
we all know the stock market is rigged.

I was able to track down Reinhardt
(I connected the dots and I'm 99.9% sure
it's the name of his college) and invited him
to reveal his secrets in detail here tonight at 8 p.m. (NY time):

www.talkshoe.com...

For those who haven't heard:
Last year, a message board poster at Google Groups
accurately predicted a stock market meltdown
for March 15, 2008...

... If you remember, the 2nd worst market crash started on
precisely March 15th of 2008.

Coincidence? Get this:

This same message board poster accurately
predicted last week's market meltdown...
down 503.99 on September 15th --
way back in July.

And the next big date is coming up next month.

Listen to the call right from you very own computer here:
www.talkshoe.com...

Do you still think the stock market is legit'?


WELL spill the beans already! WHAT is the date?

and LET us know if we need to get into gold soon would ya please?



posted on Sep, 22 2008 @ 05:21 PM
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Originally posted by mental modulator

WELL spill the beans already! WHAT is the date?

and LET us know if we need to get into gold soon would ya please?


I'v heard on the grapevine that its the 7th - 8th of October.

Would like clarification of this though plz... someone.

And the reasoning behind it.



posted on Sep, 22 2008 @ 05:23 PM
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I will do all in my power to be there. This is one fellow ALL of ATS should be following....hmmm Hopfully the servers can handle it.



posted on Sep, 22 2008 @ 05:25 PM
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i remember somone was arrested a several years ago for making an absolute killing of the stock markets in a few days.

they were convinced he was part of some inside trading scam ,but on closer inspection his trades were to diverse to be part of one.

there were rumours he was a time traveller ,nothing else seemed to make sense.

so is this guy one?



posted on Sep, 22 2008 @ 05:38 PM
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Originally posted by Dermo

Originally posted by mental modulator

WELL spill the beans already! WHAT is the date?

and LET us know if we need to get into gold soon would ya please?


I'v heard on the grapevine that its the 7th - 8th of October.

Would like clarification of this though plz... someone.

And the reasoning behind it.


WHAT do you know- from where and when??? Lets get it all out into the air.

ALL I know is that I have confirmed the list of events REINHARDT posted...

ITS very indicative of a solid grasp on history and a great insight.

I also have spread the "news" and his posts, which have fanned out like crazy.

[edit on 22-9-2008 by mental modulator]

[edit on 22-9-2008 by mental modulator]



posted on Sep, 22 2008 @ 05:40 PM
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One more thing. How did you find Rienhardt? Or am I going to have to call in to get that answer... I have been trying to think of a good question to ask... SAY if your willing to take questions here....

I would like to know if rienhardt is a fraternal brother of any kind? If I had the opportunity to ask another question I would want to know if the Vatican has forgiven the fraternal brotherhoods and are now working with them. I think no but I would like his opinion.



posted on Sep, 22 2008 @ 05:42 PM
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Originally posted by mental modulator
...ITS very indicative of a solid grasp on history and a great incite. ...

I think you meant "insight", but ironically enough, the word "incite" works better than "insight" in the context of the story.


Edited to add: I think the one he is talking about is titled "Bush Crimes and October Surprise Revealed (with Markus Allen)", and is the very first one on the list. It starts in a little over an hour.

[edit on 22-9-2008 by sir_chancealot]



posted on Sep, 22 2008 @ 05:59 PM
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Originally posted by sir_chancealot

Originally posted by mental modulator
...ITS very indicative of a solid grasp on history and a great incite. ...

I think you meant "insight", but ironically enough, the word "incite"
Edited to add: I think the one he is talking about is titled "Bush Crimes and October Surprise Revealed (with Markus Allen)", and is the very first one on the list. It starts in a little over an hour.

[edit on 22-9-2008 by sir_chancealot]


GOOD catch...
slip of the???

BUT actually REINHARDT did have the history going for him.

source


2. Eichenwald's "Conspiracy of Fools"

A lot of questions can be answered by looking at some familiar dates:

This A Timeline Of Re-Coinage, Coin-Clipping, Debasements,
Bankruptcies, Manias, Panias, Crashes, Recessions, & Depressions Since
1278 A.D.

1278 A.D Coin clipping
1557 State bankruptcy (France & Spain)
1558 Re-coinage of 1558
1557 Spain bankrupt
1607 Spain bankrupt
1614 Bankruptcy (Augsburg)
02/1622 (February 1622) Debasement of coin
02/1637 (February 1637) Market debasement (first recorded joint-stock
debasement)
1696 New-coinage in England (carried out by John Locke and Issac
Newton; speculation: East India Company, treasure, new companies,
lotteries) (silver-re-coinage in England til 1698)
1720 Object of speculation: Selected companies: South Sea Company,
Compagnie d'Occident, Sword Blade Bank, Bank Generale, Bank Royale
(Isaac Newton is said to have lost 20,000 English pounds in public
funds in the South Sea Bubble; Newton is Master of the London Mint
until 1727)
04/1720 (April 1720) England speculative peak
05/1720 (May 1720) France Crisis (crash, panic) Failure of John Law's
Mississippi Company leads to French national bankruptcy
09/1720 (September 1720) England Crisis (crash, panic) South Sea
Bubble
1740 Gradually the British government began to restrict the rights of
the colonies to issue paper money. A dispute arose involving a "Land
Bank or Manufactury Scheme" in Boston, and the following year the
British parliament ruled that the bank was illegal in that it
transgressed the provisions of the Bubble Act of 1720 passed after the
collapse of the South Sea Bubble
09/1763 (September 1763) Amsterdam Crisis (crash, panic)
01/1773 (January 1773) Market Crash Amsterdam (note: Britain?) East
India Company, Housing, Turnpikes, Canals
03/1792 (March 1792) Market Crash (U.S.)
02/1793 (February 1793) Market Crash (England) Reign of Terror,
France, Canal Mania
02/1797-06/1979 (February-June 1797) Market Crash (England) Collapse
of assignats, French landing, Fishguard, securities, canals
08/1799-11/1799 (August-November 1799) Market Crash (Hamburg)
1810 Market Crash (England)
1811 Austria bankrupt
01/1811 (January 1811) Market Crash (England)
1816 Market Crash (England)
11/1818 (November 1818) Beginning of Market Crash (U.S.)
06/1819 (June 1819) End of Market Crash (U.S.)
1819 Depression
12/1825 (December 1825) (note: "early") Market Crash (England) Latin
American Bonds, Mines, Cotton, Bonds sold in installments, country
banks
12/1827 (December 1827) Market Crash (France, Paris Banks) Canals,
cotton, building sites
1828 Depression
12/1836 (December 1836) Market Crash; England
06/1837 (June 1837) Market Crash (France)
09/1837 (September 1837) Market Panic/Crash (U.S.)
1837 Depression
10/1847 (October 1847) Market Crash (England) Railways, Railroad
shares, wheat, installment sale of railway securities, 1846 potatoe
blight, wheat failure
03/1848 (March 1848) Market (Continent) Railways, wheat, building
(Cologne?)
30/08/1857 (August 30 1857) Market Crash (U.S.) Railroads, public
lands; Objects of speculation: Railroad shares (France & United
States)
10/1857 (October 1857) Market Crash (England) Railroads, wheat, bank
mergers, clearinghouse
11/1857 (November 1857) Market Crash (Continent) Lender of last
resort: Silberzug (Hamburg)
01/1864 (January 1864) Market Crash (France) End of Civil War
05/1866 (April 1866) Market Crash (England, Italy) Suspension of Bank,
Italy abandoned fixed parity
24/09/1869 (September 24 1869) Black Friday
05/1873 (April 1873) Market Crash (Germany, Austria)
20/09/1873 (September 20 1873) Panic of 1873; Market Crash (U.S.)
Fraud exposed in 1872 campaign, railroads, homesteading, Chicago
(Peshtigo) building
1873 Depression
01/1882 (January 1882) Market Crash (France)
11/1890 (November 1890) Market Crash (England) Lender of last resort:
Baring Liabilities, Bank of France, Russian gold loans to Britain,
Argentine clearing of southern lands, Brazil, coffee, Chile, nitrates,
South Africa, gold, Argentine securities, private companies going
public, Goshen conversion
20-21/03/1893 (Spring) (March 20-21 1893) Market Crash (Australia)
05/05/1893 (April 05 1893) Market Crash (U.S.) Panic of 1893; Repeal
of Sherman Silver Act
27/06/1893 (June 27 1893) New York Stock Market Crash
1893 Depression
09/11/1903 (November 09 1893) End of crash of 1901-1903
08/1907 (August 1907) Market Crash (France, Italy)
15/11/1907 (November 15 1907) End of crash (U.S.)
19/12/1917 (December 19 1917) End of current crash (U.S.?)
20-21/03/1921 (Spring) (March 20-21 1921) Market Crash (Britain &
U.S.)
24/08/1921 (August 24 1921) End of 5th worst market crash in 20th
century
1921 Depression
1927 "Black Friday" in Germany; economic system collapses
1927 Brazil's economy collapses owing to over-production of coffee
29/10/1929 (October 29 1929) Stock Market Crash
1929 Depression
17/04/1930 (April 17 1930) Start of worst market crash of 20th
century; Starting DJIA: 294.07; Ending DJIA: 41.22; Total loss: 86.0%;
Number of days: 813
05/1931 (May 1931) Market Crash (Austria)
06/1931 (June 1931) Market Crash (Germany)
09/1931 (September 1931) Market Crash (Britain)
12/1931 (December 1931) Market Crash (Japan)
10/03/1937 (March 10 1937) Start of 2nd worst market crash of 20th
century; Starting DJIA: 194.40; Ending DJIA: 98.95; Total loss: 49.1%;
Total days: 386
1937 Recession
31/03/1938 (March 31 1938) End of crash
12/09/1939 (September 12 1939) Beginning of 8th worst stock market
crash in 20th century; Starting DJIA: 155.92; Ending DJIA: 92.92;
Total loss: 40.4%; Total days: 959
28/04/1942 (April 28 1942) End of 8th worst market crash in 20th
century
1958 Market Panic/Crash (France) Speculation in currencies
1962 Market Panic/Crash (Canada)
1963 Market Panic/Crash (Italy)
1964 Market Panic/Crash (Britain)
1968 Market Panic/Crash (France)
1972 Recession
11/01/1973 (January 01 1973) Beginning of 7th worst market crash in
the 20th century; Starting DJIA: 1,051.70; Ending DJIA: 577.60; Total
loss: 45.1%; Related to: Collapse of Bretton Woods, OPEC 1973 price
rise, stocks, REITs, office buildings, tankers, Boeing 747s,
Eurodollar market flooding in 1970-1971
12/1974 (December 1974) On the last trading day of 1974, Gold reaches
a high of $195
31/12/1974 (December 31 1974) The U.S. government ends its ban on
individual ownership of gold.
01/1975 (January 1975) U.S. government legalizes gold ownership for
American citizens
30/08/1976 (August 30 1976) Gold bottom at $102
1979 Market Crisis/Panic; dollar, farmland
1980 Market Crisis/Panic; related to: oil
21/01/1980 (January 21 1980) Gold reaches intra-day high price of $870
in New York
1982 Market Crisis/Crash/Panic; related to: third world debt
1982 Deep Recession
21/06/1982 (June 21 1982) Gold bottom at $296
19/10/1987 (October 19 1987) Market Crash; market falls more than 500
points; related to stocks
01/1990 (January 1990) Market Panic/Crisis; (Japan)
1994-1995 Market Crash (Mexico) related to: deregulation, capital
inflow and outflow, domestic boom, bank lending, domestic new banks


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[edit on 9/24/2008 by maria_stardust]



posted on Sep, 22 2008 @ 06:20 PM
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If Reinhardt is on the money, Monday 06th October 2008 should be a key date in the US economic machinery.

There is a pilgrimage between 2 - 4th October, however, he said that Bankers are always busy over the weekend. This leaves Monday as the first day of what may be an interesting week in the US stock market.

According to 'Troy', here the pilgrimage is in Seattle and, some of the companies based there (whether HQ or not) are the likes of: Microsoft, Boeing, Expedia and Amazon etc. If this pilgrimage has even the slightest impact on either those organisations or the wider market, that would really throw the cats among the pigeons with regards the OP's title assumptions, although I doubt it.

Here's hoping for a Reinhardt showing.

Breifne



posted on Sep, 22 2008 @ 07:03 PM
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Hey guys...anyone know how to type in that chat window on that Talk Shoe website?



posted on Sep, 22 2008 @ 07:07 PM
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Linky poo is stinky poo.

I can't get it to work!



posted on Sep, 22 2008 @ 07:12 PM
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Well I'm on, I'd like to participate in the chat, but there's no text window to type in...oh well.



posted on Sep, 22 2008 @ 07:20 PM
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haha.. Kinda like insurance. All of these big dogs getting slammed and all scammers being exposed? Someone needs to write a book about it.



posted on Sep, 22 2008 @ 07:34 PM
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Originally posted by ledbedder20
Well I'm on, I'd like to participate in the chat, but there's no text window to type in...oh well.


Hmm, thats wierd.

I just logged in as a guest and it took me to a chat room with a big text window.



posted on Sep, 22 2008 @ 07:37 PM
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Sorry I keep posting these problems on ATS, but it appears that I'm muted not only from talking on the phone, but in the chat as well, at least I think that's the problem. Can someone ask freedomfighter to unmute me so I can chat? I don't want to talk, I just want to chat in the chat room.



posted on Sep, 22 2008 @ 08:08 PM
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show ended, but you can still chat with him online. not sure if its against the rules here to post another chats URL?



posted on Sep, 22 2008 @ 08:08 PM
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Hi All,

This is the Troy from the Google Finance forums. I keep seeing my name pop up every once in a while, so I figured I'd stop by and say hello to everyone.

I'll be stopping by from time to time to check on things, because, let's face it, you guys are on the ball when it comes to the REAL happenings out there. Thanks for all your hard work in everything!

-Troy



posted on Sep, 22 2008 @ 08:16 PM
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Welcome here troy. Nice to meet you.



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