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?

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Friday, July 10, 2015

Stock trading halted at the NYSE on same day China suspends trades for larger shareholders

Former President Franlin Delano Roosevelt once said, In politics nothing happens by accident. If it happens, you can bet it was planned that way.  So when the New York Stock Exchange halts trading on July 8 for what they call a ‘gltch’, but trading in certain areas like the Bond market continue without delay, one has to wonder if the suspension was fixed, or truly an ‘act of nature’.
Yet what makes this market halt very suspect is the number of other events that took place in both the markets, and with market publications on the same day.  In China overnight, their stock markets were halted and a new rule was implemented stating that large Chinese shareholders could not sell their positions for the next six months.  And over in the U.S., two online financial publications, Zerohedge and the Wall Street Journal, were down for between 1 and 3 hours, and an internet issue affected United Airlines causing flight delays and cancellations all across the country.
Coincidence?  Cyber hack?  Or… planned domestic take down?
 

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Chinese IPO becomes 11th largest company in U.S. on opening day of trading

On Sept. 19, the Chinese version of Amazon.com opened from trading on the NYSE a day after going public in a record setting IPO.  Alibaba, which was built from the ground up by former school teacher Jack Ma, quickly flew from its IPO price of $68 per share to a whopping $92.30 at the time of the opening bell.
 
Closing the day around the same price, Alibaba has a market cap of right around $230 billion, and in just one day, became the 11th largest company in the U.S., surpassing long-standing companies like Facebook, J.P. Morgan Chase, Verizon, IBM, and Coca-Cola.  Only megaliths in the corporate world now stand higher than Alibaba, with Apple at number one, and with a market cap of over $380 billion more than the Chinese juggernaut.