Stockmarket Numerology

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posted on Oct, 5 2012 @ 10:42 AM
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Have you ever heard that 'The Elite' send signals to each other via International Market pricing? Ive heard stuff like that ever since 9-11, and after the Stock Market low its been odd to find certain number patterns. More recently I noticed Apple spending a lot of time at $666/shr. Today, $666.00 is the day high

Just wondering if there are people who make decisions off stuff like this or not




posted on Oct, 5 2012 @ 10:46 AM
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I have no doubts to the existence of price manipulation. But with all the various methods of communication we have at our disposal, using stock prices to communicate seems far fetched.

They probably use their Capt. Crunch secret decoder rings.

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posted on Oct, 5 2012 @ 10:51 AM
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Part of numerology is, that the PRINTED number has some type of 'magical' power. So the Cap Crunch decoder ring message isnt as powerful as one sent through the NYSE

For example, it wasnt enough for Masons to draw their symbols. They thought making buildings, streets and monuments gave their symbols power by creating cities around them



posted on Oct, 5 2012 @ 10:50 PM
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Originally posted by GeneralMishka
Have you ever heard that 'The Elite' send signals to each other via International Market pricing? Ive heard stuff like that ever since 9-11, and after the Stock Market low its been odd to find certain number patterns. More recently I noticed Apple spending a lot of time at $666/shr. Today, $666.00 is the day high

Just wondering if there are people who make decisions off stuff like this or not


Nope never heard anything like that. What patters are you talking about ?

Stock market works based on supply and demand, there has to be a seller and a buyer that agree to sell and buy a stock at a certain price, that's how price is determined. Yes there are stock price manipulations, but they usually happen on low volume days when large investors push a price up or down to knock out the small time guys and get a better price. You can usually tell that happens when you see exhaustion spikes and if you see those, bet the opposite way and you're almost guaranteed to money some money.

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posted on Oct, 16 2012 @ 01:28 AM
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Well it's a fact that traders to like to pick round numbers to set stop losses, buy orders, target accumulation price and the like. Imagine a stock is down 50%, and is currently at $1.10. The people that were planning on buying up a lot of shares back that they had sold at $1.50 may have planned to buy back at $1.00. This is why the market operates like that. Typically, when a stock breaks $100 it tends to have a nice quick bounce before settling back down. Same applies when a stock crashes below $100 it tends to have a quick correction before settling.


Remember - psychology is the number 1 factor driving any given stock at any given time. All technical indicators, news, valuation is only secondary to the psychology of the collective of investors.






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