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Another angle: Were there any major GE stock sell-offs before March 11, 2011?

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posted on Mar, 18 2011 @ 09:57 AM
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I searched and didn't find any existing threads about this, and I'm not sure if this is should be in Japan section or a conspiracy section.

I know there are many NWO experts on this board (obviously), and several members who pay close attention to stock sell-offs before major events. It's well documented that major NWO players did this before both 911 and the BP disaster last year.

My question to our members is:

Were there any major GE stock sell-offs before March 11, 2011? If so, that would be proof in my eyes that this event was part of the NWO agenda.




posted on Mar, 18 2011 @ 10:19 AM
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Interesting angle, but I don't see anything jumping out from teh Yahoo Finance section on insider trading for GE.
However, I have no idea the heirarchy of the suppliers and manufacturers of the materials that go into the fuels and that might be worth a look just to be sure.



posted on Mar, 18 2011 @ 10:26 AM
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So you actually think that a 9.0 quake, that tore open a rift in the ocean floor over 130x60 miles, moved the North American plate 66 feet and the whole island of Japan over 12 ft was man made??? You are giving mankind wayyyyyy too much credit. Why can't people just accept the fact that we are along for the ride on this planet? We are completely at its mercy and could all be wiped out just as quickly as the shores of Japan.

My Dad has his whole reirement in stocks in GE. He's probably just watched a huge chunk of it disappear. No, I don't think General Electric CEO's had anything to do with litterally shifting the earth.



posted on Mar, 18 2011 @ 10:50 AM
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Originally posted by westcoast
So you actually think that a 9.0 quake, that tore open a rift in the ocean floor over 130x60 miles, moved the North American plate 66 feet and the whole island of Japan over 12 ft was man made??? You are giving mankind wayyyyyy too much credit. Why can't people just accept the fact that we are along for the ride on this planet? We are completely at its mercy and could all be wiped out just as quickly as the shores of Japan.

My Dad has his whole reirement in stocks in GE. He's probably just watched a huge chunk of it disappear. No, I don't think General Electric CEO's had anything to do with litterally shifting the earth.


I'm not saying the event was man made, I'm just saying that there have been major stock sell-offs before large-scale events in the past, and I'm trying to figure out if this event fits that pattern.



posted on Mar, 18 2011 @ 10:53 AM
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I read that just before the 11th the Japanese dumped all US treasuries. This is hearsay from a blog I saw on intelihub.



posted on Mar, 18 2011 @ 11:00 AM
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Originally posted by explorer14
Interesting angle, but I don't see anything jumping out from teh Yahoo Finance section on insider trading for GE.
However, I have no idea the heirarchy of the suppliers and manufacturers of the materials that go into the fuels and that might be worth a look just to be sure.


Exactly, neither do I. That's why I started this thread, as the ATS membership as a whole is a treasure trove of knowledge. There are experts in almost every field using this site, so I'm hoping that some of those experts can take a look into this for us, if for no other reason than to rule out this possibility.

In other words, I am asking someone to debunk my theory, because I don't want it to be true.

Remember last year, most people at first looked at the BP disaster as nothing more that a horrible accident, but after careful scrutiny we found out that Haliburton had a direct hand in creating it (it was their cement). Almost everyone believed the official story about 911 until people started digging a little deeper. That's all I'm asking here, is for those with knowledge in this area to dig a little deeper so the rest of us can be more informed.



posted on Mar, 18 2011 @ 11:14 AM
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Originally posted by westcoast
So you actually think that a 9.0 quake, that tore open a rift in the ocean floor over 130x60 miles, moved the North American plate 66 feet and the whole island of Japan over 12 ft was man made??? You are giving mankind wayyyyyy too much credit. Why can't people just accept the fact that we are along for the ride on this planet?


No but earthquake prediction methods might be much better then the general populous is lead to believe , and that wold be enough to avert a major financial crisis for anybody that has any major stock



posted on Mar, 18 2011 @ 11:15 AM
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GE stock price is down about 10% from it's multi year highs. Hardly enough to be put into some kind of conspiracy basket. So the simple answer is NO.



posted on Mar, 18 2011 @ 11:35 AM
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Originally posted by sligtlyskeptical
GE stock price is down about 10% from it's multi year highs. Hardly enough to be put into some kind of conspiracy basket. So the simple answer is NO.


True, it's only down 10% right now, but BP stock took about 2 months to tank last year, so simply looking at where the price of GE stock is today compared to a week ago doesn't give enough information to answer NO to the question.

Edited to add: I don't know where to look for the answers myself, but there are members of this board who do
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posted on Mar, 18 2011 @ 11:49 AM
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Originally posted by westcoast
So you actually think that a 9.0 quake, that tore open a rift in the ocean floor over 130x60 miles, moved the North American plate 66 feet and the whole island of Japan over 12 ft was man made??? You are giving mankind wayyyyyy too much credit.

I wouldn't be so sure.

Over 100 years ago, electrical genius Nikola Tesla said if his "Magnifying Transmitter" had enough power, he could "split the world in two." He discovered what he called "stationary terrestrial waves" -- energy that could be pumped into the earth and extracted at different nodes -- which could light up 20 large Edison light bulbs from 25 miles away. Sometimes flames would shoot from water faucets, lightning would crackle under people's feet and hundreds of fires would ignite. Once he even accidentally destroyed the Colorado Springs city generator. Another time he started a concentric ring of expanding earthquakes that wouldn't stop until he smashed his machine to pieces.

HAARP is a type of TMT (Tesla Magnifying Transmitter) that uses 3.6 million watts and can focus it's 360 antennas into a 3.6 billion watt beam anywhere on earth by bouncing it off the ionosphere.

Any connection to the Japanese earthquake is admittedly hard to prove, but I have no doubt the technology exists and has been around for decades.



posted on Mar, 18 2011 @ 11:53 AM
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Here's the daily stock chart for GE. It goes all the way back to December 2010. Anyways if you take a look at the graph in the middle of January, there was a spike up with high volume. That was a result of a positive earnings report. If you take a look at around the third week of February, the charts show that there were two sell offs, but they were mainly as a result of Middle East unrest, Egypt and Libya respectively. Those only had moderate volume.

There were a couple down day in the two days directly preceding 3/11, but those days had moderate volume as well. A drastic sell off and buying a lot of puts on the stock (changing positions) would result in a red high volume bar comparable or larger than the size of the green volume bar in January.

The days following 3/11 were the days where the stock really fell, AS A RESULT of the events. Those down days had the highest volume since the QE report. The two most recent positive days are as a result of at least in part, Libya accepting the no fly zone, and a cease fire being called.

SO

long story short, at least according to the stock charts, there was no big sell off or put made on the GE stock directly preceding the events of 3/11/2011.
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posted on Mar, 18 2011 @ 12:37 PM
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Exactly the information I was looking for, thank you.

Pending other info we may not aware of, it looks for now like my theory has been debunked.



posted on Mar, 18 2011 @ 03:30 PM
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You're welcome.

About company sell-offs though, I'd look more into Japanese companies and their holdings as opposed to American companies like GE. I haven't looked at any of their charts yet. It might be worth looking into things like the Hang-Seng (Honk Kong's market index) as well as the Nikkei (Japan's market index). I'd also look into the charts of a few of the Japanese or American companies that specialize in nuclear clean-up or decontamination, construction companies, maybe even the pharmaceuticals that produce KI (potassium iodide) to see if they have spiked recently or at all since 3/11.

Take anything that might be related to the reconstruction or clean-up effort into consideration. If they have spiked since then and the uptrend can't be attributed to any internal market forces then I'd say there was a possibility of prior knowledge. I haven't looked at any of the charts of companies or indexes that I have just mentioned as I have been busy, but it's worth a shot!
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