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Are The Stock Markets Inflated To Keep Them Alive And Prevent A Meltdown?

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posted on Aug, 26 2011 @ 10:01 AM
I had to start this thread because The Markets just plug along, regardless of good or bad news. There is no reason for the Dow etc to be in the green is there? With the economy's failing worldwide It seems unrealistic.

Your opinons are welcome.. Thanks
edit on 26-8-2011 by CherubBaby because: Added txt

posted on Aug, 26 2011 @ 10:04 AM
reply to post by CherubBaby

Normally you would add SOME sort of evidence or theory to your question....This is not a Q&A site, it is a conspiracy site....To have a conspiracy, you need some sort of information buddy!!!

posted on Aug, 26 2011 @ 10:25 AM
As dollars are worth less (inflation) it takes more of them to by the same stock all other things remaining unchanged. Now there are a lot of other factors playing into this so all other things do not remain equal. However, the inflationary process does affect all of them but the effect of these things on each other make it extremely difficult to see clearly what factor is having how much of an effect.

This complex system makes it very easy for those with the right level of access to manipulate the system by manipulating individual factors that they have control over. An analogy: how hard is it to set a barn on fire with a single match?

Ok, so I answered the second half of your question. The single match will be tossed onto the hay at some point in the future and the entire system worldwide will burn to the ground. This is being set up by weakening the system on a systemwide basis. When you go to other countries you may notice that most of them make you pay for absolutely everything and everything is darned expensive too. They recycle a lot more. The waste a lot less-A LOT LESS. There are no freebies or giveaways. Heck, most of them are just plain poor. So what makes the US different? The US has a private organization, the FED, that prints money, which is really just a debt instrument. These debt instruments are backed by debt that is sold to countries around the world and lots of locals too. The US keeps going deeper and deeper into debt and it can just keep on going just so long as they print more money. Bad news is that the more money they print the less each individual dollar is worth. By the time anyone realizes that they are getting shafted their economy and hence country is so weak that they are powerless to act. So this process weakens nation after nation with the weight of debt that only increases year after year. At some point the one responsible for the debt, at a time of his chosing, will initiate an action (match to hay) that burns the system down. At that point there may be war, but the initiator has expected that and is prepared. Thise he is attempting to weaken are assumed to not be so smart and well prepared-if they were smart they would not have bought his lousy promises to pay them back in the first place.
edit on 26-8-2011 by JesusLives because: to answer the other half of the question

posted on Dec, 7 2011 @ 01:56 AM
reply to post by Chrisfishenstein

Information? Ok I will try. Hows this. Oil is at $100.00 + a barrel and there is no reason for it other than the greed of the speculators and the fact that they are allowed to continue draining the money from every wallet on the planet.

The American stock markets no longer are a mirror of the condition America. There is no consistant message or rhythm that makes any sense as far as what to expect according to common sense .

The markets rise and fall now on the finances of the other countries rather than the conditions of the people who are working and investing and vice versa.

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