The main thing you need to know about the stock market is that it’s rigged.
It’s always been rigged.
It’s always going to be rigged as long as the knuckleheads are in power.
If they had wanted to not rig the stock market, they would’ve done it.
But why would they want to do that?
The casino’s a business.
They not only need a rigged stock market to fleece you of your money, they need it to give reliable profits and gains for their professional money managers at the top brokerage houses.
Doesn’t it seem odd to you that on average year after year these top firms can give clients reliable gains?
Sure, there are downturns, of course.
Sure there are stocks that fail, of course.
On average though, the stock market reliably gives them the gains they need in order to sucker people into participating in their scam.
The big downturn seems to be a necessary thing every now and then.
This is the grand fleecing, the grand evening, which makes the stock market overall a net loser for you.
Why is that?
If the stock market overall is a net winner, why don’t you see these gains also?
You don’t see them because you’re a human being who gets scared. When the crowd starts running because a bear is chasing them, you run also.
It takes strength to hold your ground when you’re about to die.
You aren’t thinking about profits; you are thinking about survival.
So you get out of the stock market.
As you are getting out of the market, the big boys are buying up your stock.
Why are they buying up your stock when the media they control is creating all this fear?
Because they know.
They know things that you don’t know, and they have the resources to get through any downturn.
They also have the resources to gamble.
From time to time though, there are people who think they have the system beat, and the media which the big boys control allow these people to project their advice to the people.
They will tell the people that what goes down must come up.
It sounds logical, except that Isaac Newton didn’t say that; he said the reverse, and he was talking about gravity, not the stock market.
Nevertheless, these market mavens, these know it alls, these supreme wise investors will convince you that what goes down must come up.
This isn’t necessarily so as the investors in the dot-com bubble learned the hard way decades ago.
I remember those days.
I remember those days because at the time I wasn’t in the stock market.
I remember my friends getting fleeced out of their money.
All of it.
Many small investors kept piling more and more money in to the stock market as the experts told them that what goes down must come up.
I remember reading these articles. I remember the stock advice programs reassuring investors of this “maxim”.
While this is true for the big boys, it may not be true for you.
It all depends on how much pain you can take.
The big boys can take that stock down and down and down and down and down.
And they will if they have to.
They don’t care.
They’ll make you bleed so much, you’ll buckle and never want to come back.
They can do it through the media that they control. If the media talks about fear, the people will be fearful.
The people will stampede, and eventually you’ll run with them.
After you’re beaten up and busted, the big boys will buy the stock on the cheap and then bide their time.
They can do it.
They can do it because they are linked in to huge capital markets that will either loan them the money, give them the money, or print them the money.
Who is going to do that for you?
And you won’t be inclined to do so anyway.
Unless of course you understand the racket that goes on in Wall Street.
You may think you can beat the market.
The market is a seductress. It draws you in, chews you up, and then spits you out.
It gives you just enough winnings to make you think that you’ve got the system beat, then it yanks the rug out from beneath you.
It’s a temptress.
Come on in, join the party, have a little fun, make a little money.
And so you do.
Life may be a little dull for you, and so you reason, how will a little fun hurt?
Ha ha ha, the market laughs.
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