Protected: Why Bankers that Use HFT Algorithms Literally Impede Life, Liberty & the Pursuit of Happiness

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Posted: Monday, April 21st, 2014 @ 4:23 am
Categories: currency wars, The Zen of Investing, wealth preservation.
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  • After finding firm evidence that Mike DiRienzo of the Silver Institute is pals with JP Morgan Chase, and that the Silver Institute has long since been penetrated (1989—and probably as of its founding in 1971)—very few metals sites were willing to post these documented findings. Additionally last fall, after documenting things about Jeff Christian of CPM Group—only a handful of sites were willing to post it. I have not been met by any process server over what I said about Christian and don’t anticipate to be. Why is it metals sites are protecting criminals like Christian and thug operations like the Silver Institute? There is something about The Pilgrims Society (the top bankers “club”) which these site operators find quite frightening. One site which was posting my findings suddenly stopped. I don’t see we need to stop discussing the bad boys till their control has ended. Have any of you noticed it has ended?

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  • Justin Case

    Isn’t the actual daily turnover on the NYSE rather 3.0 – 4.0 billion than the 30 – 40 billion you mention in your article?

    Just curious

    Kind regards

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  • would be great to hear more comments regarding the above from anyone else. we’ve noticed that sometimes google and yahoo make our postings difficult to find from time to time and google has even scrubbed our articles from the search engine in the past. furthermore, youtube sometimes keeps the view count on our videos in the single digits when other counters tell us the views are in the thousands. we know that youtube takes some time to update views but we noticed once that one of our videos had a view count in the single digits for about 4 days and then all of a sudden was updated to 5,000+ views so we don’t think that it is just an “updating” issue all the time.