The Israel Deception

Is the return of Israel in the 20th century truly a work of God, or is it a result of a cosmic chess move to deceive the elect by the adversary?

Showing posts with label algorithm. Show all posts
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Monday, April 7, 2014

Author of Money Ball shatters Wall Street facade by saying ‘Markets are Rigged’

Highly acclaimed author and columnist Michael Lewis dropped a bombshell on this week’s airing of CBS’s 60 minutes when he said unequivocally that every stock market is rigged, and that high frequency trading computers siphon billions of dollars from legitimate trades every year.
The U.S. stock market is rigged, with elite traders buying access to a high-speed network that allows them to figure out what you’ve just ordered, order it first, then raise the price before your order is complete.
And according to Michael Lewis, author of a new book about high-frequency trading called “Flash Boys,” this form of “front running” is completely legal.


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Thursday, March 22, 2012

Nanex: silver manipulation at the speed of light

For years, silver traders such as Erik King of KingWorld and Eric Sprott out of Canada have been preaching to the masses on silver manipulation done by banks such as JP Morgan to assist the Fed in propping up a dead fiat currency (dollar).  Their pleas have mostly fallen on deaf ears, except to those who hold a large stake in silver, and silver prices.

That changed on March 20th when undeniable evidence emerged from NANEX of the banking cartels using high speed computer algorithms to force the price of silver down at the speed of light.  So much, so fast, that it was pumping out 75000 down trades a second.

Courtesy of Nanex we now have direct evidence of just what the reflexive market (in which derivative products such as ETFs influence underlying assets) goes to town by taking silver to the woodshed at a whopping 75,000 times per second! From the broken market sleuths at Nanex: "On March 20, 2012 at 13:22:33, the quote rate in the ETF symbol SLV sustained a rate exceeding 75,000/sec (75/ms) for 25 milliseconds. Nasdaq quotes lagged other exchanges by about 50 milliseconds. Nasdaq quotes even lagged their own trades -- a condition we have jokingly referred to as fantaseconds." Translation: so desperate was the desire to crush silver at precisely 13:22;33, that the Nasdaq order flow directive ended up moving faster than light. - Zerohedge


It gets even better when NANEX provided the charts to prove it.