www.thisisalsoit.com – Financial Corruption

Well we had another finance related redirect today so I guess we are on a quest to understand about the Financial Corruption in our world.

So here we go!

Thisisalsoit.com had a couple of finance related redirects lately

82 (Mar 6) CNN article Fear and Greed: http://money.cnn.com/2010/03/04/markets/thebuzz/index.htm

AND

84 (Mar 8 ) Idiot Maker Rally: http://www.philstockworld.com/2010/01/08/the-idiot-maker-rally-continues/

Well I have to be honest… I have always found economics and finance to be a bore and I just ignored it most of my life.  So this is going to be a real learning process for me.

I did a simple YouTube search for Financial corruption as I truly believe this is another lesson for us here.

I found the following YouTube clips that explain our financial system beautifully.  Please watch these:

Part 1

Part 2

So do you see where this is going?

Another incredible link I found I have heard before on Twitter and the forums… but I just ignored it.

http://www.zeitgeistmovie.com/

Scroll down to the bottom and watch the 2 movies.  I still have to watch it myself but it’s 2:15am here so I will have to do that another day (but I did see a few of the clips on YouTube and I know this will make us more aware).

So again back to our redirects… they are focussed on the stock markets and a concept called Idiot Maker Rally that is another name for the Sucker’s Rally.

So what is a sucker’s rally?

http://www.davemanuel.com/investor-dictionary/suckers-rally/

Definition of Suckers Rally


What is a “sucker’s rally”? What is the definition of a “sucker’s rally”?

The dictionary defines a “sucker” as one who is “easily deceived or duped”.

In a “sucker’s rally”, investors send the markets higher as they clamor to buy stocks.

Unfortunately for them, the rally proves to be short-lived, as their reasons for buying turn out to be incorrect or ill-timed.

Let’s look at an example to fully examine the usage of the term “sucker’s rally”:

1. Example #1.

The markets have recently exploded off of their lows that were set earlier in the year.

Many investors re-entered the market, certain that the US economy was starting to turn a corner and that the markets would be heading higher as well.

The rally has since died out, which has led many to question whether this was indeed a “sucker’s rally”.

Those who believe that this was a “sucker’s rally” point to the fact that there is no real evidence that the economy is, in fact, improving.

They point out that unemployment numbers are still rising and economic activity is at a virtual standstill.

If the markets sell off from this point, then this most recently stock market rally will in fact end up being a “sucker’s rally”.

A “sucker’s rally” is usually based more on hope and optimism, and less on fundamentals.

So bottomline, this is an ILLUSION of a prospering market.  It’s one of the lies we choose to believe.

Yes people we are on a journey of learning of all the lies that we have been raised to believe and not question and this journey is an exciting journey of awakening.  It is an adventure… a great adventure!

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~ by lilwendy on March 8, 2010.

3 Responses to “www.thisisalsoit.com – Financial Corruption”

  1. hey you forgot the first economical redirect from CNN “This is it and This is also it.” I believe this adventure has turn into reality. Its not about MIchael anymore its about what the fat cats want to do with us and how the end times are really nigh.

  2. Very interesting and unexpected redirection.
    The powerful ones cut their loses on the expense of the others, fabricating and selling false news about the economy.

    And of course the smart people predicting the fall of the market are made to look like idiots in the process.

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