Banksta’s At Play

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Blackmail


We have an American dominated unregulated worldwide banking system that

“takes money from others without creating anything of value, anything that produces economic growth or anything that improves our lives.”

The too big to fail bankstas own both parties in the USA through their lobbyist and campaign contributions. Through Central bank money printing they are even bigger now than they were before the 2008 meltdown.

No politician in the USA who dares stand up to the bankstas and their unregulated opaque casino will ever get elected if they defy the bankstas. Banksta’s own most of the media, their allies make multi million dollar contributions and a narrow majority on the Supreme court has made all this legal.

Besides they are too big to fail. So if they go down so does the system.

Two very opposite groups

are fighting the Bankstas

First

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The Libertarians

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Libertarians are truly compassionate real conservatives who 100% believe in free markets and limited government.

Most libertarians understand how bankstas have decimated everyone from the American middle class to Greek citizens.

Their solution is to eliminate almost all checks, balances, regulators, regulations including Central Banks and return to the gold standard.

A gold standard would put an immediate halt to money printing and so would eliminating the FED. The casino banksters without the protection of money printing Central Banks would explode.

This solution works,

but the result is uncharted chaos

Tomorrow – More Solutions and perhaps Libertarian Ron Paul isn’t America’s last hope.

NB – One very interesting Libertarian financial blog is Zero Hedge.

Dylan Ratigan quote above in red.


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STOCKS

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Wall Street Bull & OWS Symbol

  • The major change is overbought oil prices fell (USO) 1.98%. Like with Apple agin this analysts Tom DeMark 13 day indicator was the exact point  for the reversal.
  • Like AAPL if you’re a short term trader you cashed in (USO & UCO), but if you’re a longer term investor, the major fundamental behind the price rise discussed yesterday has NOT changed.  Furthermore, if we see more short covering today in oil, a buy the dip opportunity arrises.
  • This Just in at 8:30AM EST - Durable goods numbers missed big time in January and could hurt stocks today. But January is a relatively bad month after the holiday season.  If more bad data points come in then you could see a problem. – A problem that would be answered with more money printing. (QE3)

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  • Our #1 technical forecasting tool, the McCellan Oscillator (MO) is at -11.47. 50 Day Moving Average at +20.68 (for more see  STRATEGY link at top of blog and scroll down) Lots of wiggle room for bears and bulls = NEUTRAL

  • From Yesterday – The European canary in a coal mine is chirping. But focus is going to be drawn more on Israel/Iran because of the Israel PM visit and politics.
  • Italian 10 year bond yield fell to 5.35% (8:30 EST) - No where near the danger zone of 7.0% of almost a month ago.
  • If the Italian bond drops any lower the canary is going to start singing “Ode to Joy.”


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Longer Term Outlook

3 months+

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Still

CAUTIOUSLY BULLISH

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AS ALWAYS, DO YOUR OWN RESEARCH BEFORE INVESTING

ALL TRADING INVOLVES RISK AND POTENTIAL LOSS OF PRINCIPLE

CHECK ALL DATA, I MAKE MORE THAN GRAMMAR  ERRORS.

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