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The Illuminati’s “Solution” Begins! Parts One Through 6: WW3 Cataclysm, Antichrist, Destruction of Israel and the Middle East, the Black Swan, World Stocks in Trouble (Videos X6) Vital Information!

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17 Jan 15

A 6-part series of essential information from BPEarthwatch. Well researched and explained, a must see for sure! Don’t forget to share!

UPDATE! FOR PART SIX CLICK HERE, THE GREAT DECEPTION, SPIRITUAL AND FINANCIAL

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The Economy: “What to Do About the U.S. Stock Market Panic”

“What to Do About the U.S. Stock Market Panic”
by Bill Bonner
TIVOLI, New York – “The Dow plunged 588 points yesterday – a nearly 4% drop… and the second straight day of losses of more than 500 points. The rich made money on the way up. Now, they’re giving it back. About $250 billion has been erased from the value of the U.S. stock market in the last two trading days. Meanwhile, Shanghai stocks sank another 8% on Monday. And they fell again by another 7% overnight. A desperate plea came in from our office in Beijing: “What do we do? Just tell investors to hold on?” Today, we offer some simple advice – make sure you’re holding plenty of cash in your portfolio.
A Rookie Market: China’s big problem is that its stock market investors are mostly neophytes. Its Communist government only permitted capitalism after 1979. That’s when Deng Xiaoping emerged as the dominant figure in the Chinese leadership and drove through his economic reform programs. And the Shanghai Stock Exchange has only been in operation since 1990. 
In the U.S., there were always a few old-timers who remembered earlier periods before the fix was in… and the Fed started to concern itself with stock market prices. Also, professional investors account for more than 90% of daily trading volume on the New York Stock Exchange… with individual investors responsible for the remainder. 
In China, this situation is reversed. According to Reuters, individual investors account for more than 85% of daily trading volume. And more than half of them are absolute rookies. China has roughly 200 million brokerage accounts. And according to data from the China Securities Depository and Clearing Corp., about 90 million of those were opened in 2014… and another 30 million were opened in the first five months of 2015. But all 200 million of them are convinced (as near as we can determine) that China will continue to grow – economically and militarily – until it rules the world. That may still be true. But even so, Chinese stock market investors are discovering that even if you’re marching uphill you can still sprain your ankle and scrape your knee. cont

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The Economy: “What to Do About the U.S. Stock Market Panic”

“What to Do About the U.S. Stock Market Panic”
by Bill Bonner
TIVOLI, New York – “The Dow plunged 588 points yesterday – a nearly 4% drop… and the second straight day of losses of more than 500 points. The rich made money on the way up. Now, they’re giving it back. About $250 billion has been erased from the value of the U.S. stock market in the last two trading days. Meanwhile, Shanghai stocks sank another 8% on Monday. And they fell again by another 7% overnight. A desperate plea came in from our office in Beijing: “What do we do? Just tell investors to hold on?” Today, we offer some simple advice – make sure you’re holding plenty of cash in your portfolio.
A Rookie Market: China’s big problem is that its stock market investors are mostly neophytes. Its Communist government only permitted capitalism after 1979. That’s when Deng Xiaoping emerged as the dominant figure in the Chinese leadership and drove through his economic reform programs. And the Shanghai Stock Exchange has only been in operation since 1990. 
In the U.S., there were always a few old-timers who remembered earlier periods before the fix was in… and the Fed started to concern itself with stock market prices. Also, professional investors account for more than 90% of daily trading volume on the New York Stock Exchange… with individual investors responsible for the remainder. 
In China, this situation is reversed. According to Reuters, individual investors account for more than 85% of daily trading volume. And more than half of them are absolute rookies. China has roughly 200 million brokerage accounts. And according to data from the China Securities Depository and Clearing Corp., about 90 million of those were opened in 2014… and another 30 million were opened in the first five months of 2015. But all 200 million of them are convinced (as near as we can determine) that China will continue to grow – economically and militarily – until it rules the world. That may still be true. But even so, Chinese stock market investors are discovering that even if you’re marching uphill you can still sprain your ankle and scrape your knee. cont

So much for that collapsing stock market...

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