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Reinhardt Thread - "Suggestions and Predictions"

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posted on Oct, 20 2008 @ 08:18 PM

Exchange examines odd jump

Before attack: Many put options of hijacked planes' parent companies purchased

Last Modified:
12:58 a.m. 9/18/2001

By Dave Carpenter
The Associated Press

CHICAGO -- The Chicago Board Options Exchange, the world's largest options market, said Tuesday it is investigating reports of unusual trading activity before last week's terrorist attacks in New York and Washington.


"I saw put-call numbers higher than I've ever seen in 10 years of following the markets, particularly the options markets," John Kinnucan, a principal of Broadband Research, an independent telecommunications research firm, told the San Francisco Chronicle. "When one sees this type of activity, the first thing one does is ask oneself, 'What is the explanation? What are people worried about?' "

[edit on 20-10-2008 by shermanium]

posted on Oct, 20 2008 @ 08:24 PM

It was not just airlines that were targeted by remarkably canny investors. One of the biggest occupants of the World Trade Centre was Morgan Stanley, the investment bank. In the first week of September, an average of 27 put option contracts was bought each day in its shares. The total for the three days before the attacks was 2,157. Merrill Lynch, anotherWTC tenant, saw 12,215 put options bought in the four days before the attacks, when the previous days had seen averages of 252 contracts a day.

posted on Oct, 20 2008 @ 08:25 PM
r is on
his handle is RTR4218, I think.

posted on Oct, 21 2008 @ 03:03 AM

Originally posted by LookingAround
r is on
his handle is RTR4218, I think.

R & Ish sent me an email to tell me R was going on the radio but i didn't see it until this morning
did anyone manage to catch what was said?

posted on Oct, 21 2008 @ 03:19 AM

2000 Is Being Repeated In Some Very Scary Ways

I Am Publishing This NT Timeline For A Reason

WellCare Health Plans Inc.





Sami Al-Arian

Left To Right:

The “Duke” (David Bonior’s Intern, Abdallah al-Arian),

Laura, George, & Sami Al-Arian

On The Night Of October 11, 2000 During The Presidential Debate.. George W. Bush Said:

“Arab-Americans are racially profiled in what’s called secret evidence …

… we’ve got to do something about that.”



Now.. After This Event One Would Think That One Would

Crank Up “Racial Profiling” Just A Notch?


Why Is reinhardt Giving Us This Information?


To Try To Avoid Another One Of These:

posted on Oct, 21 2008 @ 03:25 AM
nt 40 - 65 have been posted and are accessible atm...

here's 40 - 52

posted on Oct, 21 2008 @ 03:25 AM
53 - 65...

posted on Oct, 21 2008 @ 09:24 AM

October 21 2008 09:51



Maybe It Would Have Been Prudent To Wait For This:

Before Doing.. This?

Our So-Called Statesmen & Think-Tankers Are Either..

Idiots.. Or..

They Are Not Really On Our Side?

I Am Goin With The Later.

[edit on 21-10-2008 by justyc]

posted on Oct, 21 2008 @ 09:30 AM
new page which is accessible at the moment entitled "Do Leopards Change Their Spots?"


who were and still are.. the “architects”..

of enterprise corruption during the..

privacy debate of the 1990s?


The same individuals who..

“structured” and “governed”..

the National Association of Securities Dealers (NASD)

a few years earlier.

Richard Scrushy was right.

And this is a partial list of his..

“8,000 companies that had sh_t..

on their balance sheets” during..

the privacy debate of the 1990s.

Ironically the King never thought about..

what might happen if the King..

lost his own privacy.

1. Dynegy
2. Reliant Energy
3. CMS Energy
4. Mirant
5. West Coast Power
6. AES
7. Westar Energy
8. Nicor Energy LLC
9. American Electric Power
10. Duke Energy
11. El Paso
12. AEP Energy Services
13. And.. 49 other leading U.S. energy companies involved in manipulating the United States energy markets (61 bad apples in the energy industry; the apple barrel in the energy industry was.. completely rotten).

How many companies in the health care industry had sh_t.. on their balance sheets during the privacy debate?

1. Rite-Aid
2. Columbia/HCA/KPMG
3. The National Institutes of Health (NIH)
4. The Department Health & Human Services (HHS)
5. CMS
6. CVS/Caremark
7. AdvancePCS
8. Tenet
9. McKesson/HBOC
10. Bristol Meyers Squibb
11. Merck
12. Merck Medco’s Express Scripts Inc.
13. AstraZeneca
14. TAP Pharmaceuticals
15. National Health Laboratories
16. Allou Healthcare
17. Ambassador Eyewear
18. Quorum Healthcare
19. SmithKlein Beecham Clinical Laboratories
20. Signa Corp (Lovelace Health Systems)
21. Hewlett Packard (Agilent)
22. Novation
23. FPA Medical Management
24. Guidant
25. BioControl Technology
26. Graham-Field Health Products Inc.
27. Health Maintenance Centers/Znetix Inc.
28. ImPath
29. Independence Blue Cross
30. SurgiLite
31. Med-Hut Co., Inc.
32. ImClone

How many corporations in the computer, telecom, and information technology sectors put s__t on their balance sheets during the privacy debate and the “booming internet economy”?

1. Computer Associates
2. Microstrategy
3. Lernout & Hauspie
4. EDS
5. Qwest
6. Peregrine Systems
7. Xerox
8. Lucent
9. Nortel
10. U.S. Technologies
11. Adelphia Communications Corp.
12. Cablevision Systems Corp.
13. Tyco
14. Global Crossing
15. Motorola
16. AOL/PurchasePro
17. AOL Time Warner
18. Smith Technologies (Basic Research Corporation)
19. Adaptec, Inc.
20. Anacom Incorporated
21. AremisSoft
22. Brocade Communications
23. Charter Communication
24. Comverse Technology
25. Craig Consumer Electronics
26. Critical Path
27. L-90 Inc.
28. Cylink Corporation
29. DVI
30. eConnect
31. Engineered Support Systems
32. Enron Broadband Services
33. Enterisys Networks
34. FLIR Systems Inc.
35. GEMStar TV Guide International
36. Genisis Intermedial Inc.
37. HPL Technologies
38. MCI Communications
39. Micrus Corporation
40. Informix
41. Network Associates
42. Network Technologies Group
43. Symbol Technologies
44. NewCom
45. Media-Vision Technologies, Inc.
46. U.S. Technologies Inc.
47. U.S. Wireless
48. WorldCom

The money counters:

How many businesses in the industries of accounting, financial, and securities had sh_t on their balance sheets during the privacy debate?

1. US Bancorp’s Piper Jaffray Unit
2. Citigroup’s Soloman Smith Barney
3. Credit Suisse First Boston (CSFB)
4. Morgan Stanley
5. Merrill Lynch
6. Deutsch Bank AG
7. Lehman Brothers
8. LeBranch; Speer, Leeds & Kellogg
9. Fleet Specialists
10. Van Der Moolen
11. Bear Wagner
12. National Century Financial
13. Strong Financial
14. Pilgrim Baxter
15. J.P. Morgan Chase
16. Marsh & McClennan
17. Goldman Sachs
18. KPMG
19. SG Cohen
20. Prudential
21. Alger
22. Putnam
23. UBS Warburg
24. Alliance
25. Ernst & Young
26. Deloitte & Touche
27. Freddie Mac
28. AllFirst Bank
29. Alliance Leasing Corporation
30. Americable International
31. American Banknote Corporation
32. American International Group (AIG)
33. Bayou Management
34. Beacon Rock Capital
35. BestBank
36. Capital City Bank of Topeka
37. Capital Consultants
38. Commercial Financial Services Inc.
39. CountryMark Cooperative
40. Dantone
41. Enron British Bankers (Natwest)
42. Enron Power Trading
43. Financial Advisory Consultants
44. First Merchants Acceptance Corporation
45. FLP Capital
46. Hamilton BanCorp
47. Independent Trust Corporation (Intrust)
48. Maryland Retirement (State Retirement & Pension Fund Of Maryland
49. Mercury Finance
50. Midland Euro
51. Mortgage Corporation of America (MCA)
52. PinnFund USA
53. PNC Financial Group
54. Prudential Financial Incorporated
55. Republic New Securities
56. Stevens Financial Group
57. San Clemente Securities
58. Arthur Anderson

And each one of the top global accountancies counted money for how many accounts throughout the globe?

Juror & Shareholder Tip:The primary function of the 5 major global accountancies is to make certain that all 5.. cook their books and destroy the evidence at the same time. This is called “failure of the system”.

Other Companies with sh_t on their balance sheets during the privacy debate:

1. Cendant
2. American Tissue Corporation
3. Hollinger International
8. Golden Bear (Paragon)
9. Manhattan Bagel
10. Milberg Weiss Hershad & Schulman
11. Monsanto Company
12. Monster WorldWide
13. Indus International
14. WebVan
15. Sharp International
16. Standard Automotive
17. Rentway Inc.
18. Friedman’s Inc.
19. Autobytel
20. Refco
21. Unify Corp.
22. Supreme Specialties
23. MGL Corp.
24. Red Hat
25. McAfee
26. Motorcar Parts & Accessories Inc.
27. Blue Martini
28. Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia
29. Internet Capital Group
30. Ziff-Davis
32. National Environmental Services
34. At Home
35. Excite
36. Auto-By-Tel (so you really are paying attention?)
37. AutoWeb
39. Double Click
40. Avenue
46. Ampex
52. CMGI and all of their companies
53. Quintus Corporation
54. every IdeaLabs company
55. Targus Group International Inc.
56. The Leslie Fay Companies
57. The Sirena Apparal Group
58. iVillage
59. Oxygen
61. Akamai
63. Yahoo
64. Integrated Food Technologies
65. Lason
66. Just For Feet, Inc.
67. Katun Corporation
68. CNET
69. WorldGate,
70. Concentric
71. DEN
72. Exodus
73. BlueLight
79. CDNow
82. Liberate
90. YBM Magnex International
91. Divine Interventures
93. Napster
95. Finally
99. marchFirst
103. LiquidAudio
104. Razorfish
106. NBC Internet and all the dotcoms they acquired
107. Nortel
108. TalkCity
109. The Globe
111. Inktomi
112. Interliant
113. Ariba Internet
114. Barnes and Noble
115. Lifeminders
116. Lycos
117. My Points
118. EBAY
119. Openwave Systems
120. Etoys
122. Excite @ Home
123. Priceline
124. Exodus
125. Quokka
126. Real Networks
127. Kmart
128. Vertical Net
129. Homestore
130. I-Village
131. 24/7 Media
132. Infospace
136. MaxWorldwide

Notice how nobody mentions the “new economy” any more?

The “Industry Standard” itself went bankrupt.

Richard Scrushy was probably right when he said he ”was convinced that there were 8,000 companies with s__t on their balance sheets”. But what.. was their exit-plan?

1,236 Convictions

80 Investigations Deemed “Important” By The Justice Department

440 Indicted Defendants Out Of 120 Corporate Fraud Investigations

The Business Environment Of The 1990s Was Labelled “The Era Of Fraud”

This Business Environment Has Occurred Repeatedly, Regularly, Consistantly, And Almost Identically A Minimum Of 73 Times In The Last 6000 Years.

More Importantly, This Most Recent “Era Of Fraud” Occured.. During The Privacy Debate Of The 1990s.

And along comes bin Laden and destroys.. the paper trail and puts an end to the privacy debate?

And then proving once and for all that government always fails to learn from the mistakes of history.. the government gave wall-street a big gift for their efforts.

On December 13 2003 they were all granted access to all your personal information.

posted on Oct, 21 2008 @ 09:51 AM
Thanks for posting justyc. The list that he provided of all of the companies with excrement on their books looks like every company in the damn country!

posted on Oct, 21 2008 @ 10:06 AM
thanks for the updates Justyc

I was in the chat last night, but i was not able to get a transcript. can someone help?

posted on Oct, 21 2008 @ 10:29 AM
So I've come to the conclusion the Reinhardt isn't making anything up; but he sure as hell isn't spoon feeding you anything either.

So take his advice and think.

The idea is getting mainstream acceptance.
I'm sure this story is worthy of it own thread; anyone with the credentials can feel free to create it

Source:M arketWatch

Wall Street's 'Disaster Capitalism for Dummies'
14 reasons Main Street loses big while Wall Street sabotages democracy

By Paul B. Farrell, MarketWatch
Last update: 7:10 p.m. EDT Oct. 20, 2008Comments: 342
ARROYO GRANDE, Calif. (MarketWatch) -- Yes, we're dummies. You. Me. All 300 million of us. Clueless. We should be ashamed. We're obsessed about the slogans and rituals of "democracy," distracted by the campaign, polls, debates, rhetoric, half-truths and outright lies. McCain? Obama? Sorry to pop your bubble folks, but it no longer matters who's president.
Why? The real "game changer" already happened. Democracy has been replaced by Wall Street's new "disaster capitalism." That's the big game-changer historians will remember about 2008, masterminded by Wall Street's ultimate "Trojan Horse," Hank Paulson. Imagine: Greed, arrogance and incompetence create a massive bubble, cost trillions, and still Wall Street comes out smelling like roses, richer and more powerful!

Please visit the link provided for the complete story.

posted on Oct, 21 2008 @ 10:53 AM

Someday I might explain the other three for free..

but right now its looking like it will cost $2.00 a day to..

hear the 6th for 6 and 7th for 7.. and so on.

$2.00 a day..

for the best financial advice and global knowledge..

that will ever be available anywhere.

The day before October 01..

how many times did I say “SELL”?


I archived it.

You archived it.

Google archived it

(thanks to a reader I had asked to post it there)

now why do you think i have been archiving these predictions?

by the way:

it was fun chatting with you folks last night.

you will be getting a deep discount on a subscription.

count on it.


The market drop over 700 points on Oct, 9 2008. He knows everything that going to happen...I wonder why this is not on the front page

If you download the rapidshare file go to the file that says "predictions 3" and you'll see it.

[edit on 21-10-2008 by ThePowerOfOne]

posted on Oct, 21 2008 @ 11:26 AM
thepowerofone (and everyone else contributing). just wanted to thank you for the work you are also putting into this thread. i've been very sick for the last 5 days, hence my lack of being around to update or contribute stuff. i kept an eye on what was being said but just didn't have the energy or mind to reply to anything. that said, i'm feeling better and wanted to say this.

i'm glad some of you are beginning to realise how important R's work is and hopefully it's not too late to do something useful with all the info.

there's some behind the scenes stuff going on to get a thread going containing all of R's correct (and future) predictions together in one place for reference (and sceptics) and also the possibility of a website with all the gathered data broken down. this will hopefully assist those that want spoon-feeding without doing the legwork. i will post the details here when i know anything and it would be handy to keep those links available rather than have to keep repeating or explaining with new posters.

you can't learn a new language after one lesson, nor would you want to be operated on by someone who took a first aid course. there's no 'quick answer' for the 'i want it NOW' brigade without understanding the vast amount of research R has done to come to his conclusions - you have to walk down the same path he did to see it for yourself. if you're not interested in putting some hours in to learn probably the most important lesson you will ever have then don't waste any more time with this thread or trying to understand R's complicated website and don't whine about it either.

thanks again everyone to else

posted on Oct, 21 2008 @ 11:35 AM

but reinhardt..

can you gaurantee us your advice will be sound?

$720.00 per year for his financial advice.

Who’s side is he on?




One might wonder..

At a $720.00 annual subscription..

what advice did he give his wealthy subscribers?


where are the lawsuits?

reinhard is 4 for 4

reinhardt will be 5 for 5

and 6 for 6..

and so on..

and so forth..

posted on Oct, 21 2008 @ 11:36 AM

Thanks Justyc! Great work here!

posted on Oct, 21 2008 @ 11:37 AM

Originally posted by shermanium
thanks for the updates Justyc

I was in the chat last night, but i was not able to get a transcript. can someone help?

Hi shermanium. I missed it due to being asleep at that time of night here. can you remember what was said?

posted on Oct, 21 2008 @ 11:38 AM
reply to post by justyc

Great work and much thanks staying on top of all this its very much aprreciated!

posted on Oct, 21 2008 @ 11:41 AM
he mentioned the Feb date (9th? 19th?)

some peeps asked questions...

one thing i remember, someone said that we go to war with countries, then build them up, then go to war again... like rotating crops

ill remember more...

posted on Oct, 21 2008 @ 11:48 AM

Originally posted by shermanium
he mentioned the Feb date (9th? 19th?)

some peeps asked questions...

one thing i remember, someone said that we go to war with countries, then build them up, then go to war again... like rotating crops

ill remember more...

you know, one only has to look at the standard of living of people in the uk (the main fighters of ww2) compared to the standard of living of the germans and japanese to see whose people are better off. the uk was still on rations 7 years after the war finished... think about that.

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