Monday, October 20, 2014

Market manipulation: Thou shalt not let the stock market fall…

While many understand how the great stock market rise was based primarily on Federal Reserve QE and the pumping of trillions of dollars into equities to create the illusion that everything is fine in the economy, is there any proof of manipulation being done to keep investors from selling their stocks, and bringing the markets back to reality?  The answer to that question appears to be a resounding yes as in what appears to be one of the most egregious acts of ensuring that the S&P 500 doesn’t continue its current three week free fall, DirectEdge mysteriously ‘broke’ for six minutes earlier today, right when the exchange was headed again into a downward spiral.  But perhaps what is most disturbing from this event is that during those six minutes of downtime, insiders used this confined trading period to shoot the S&P much higher, and insert vast amounts of new liquidity to take the market from 32 points down to a moderate negative 10 points within a minute.


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