Comments on: Wall Street protesters just want to be heard http://blogs.reuters.com/unstructuredfinance/2011/10/04/wall-street-protesters-just-want-to-be-heard/ Where Wall St. and Main St. intersect Fri, 22 Nov 2013 23:06:16 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.2.5 By: Ahmad4429 http://blogs.reuters.com/unstructuredfinance/2011/10/04/wall-street-protesters-just-want-to-be-heard/comment-page-1/#comment-64 Fri, 18 Nov 2011 07:32:42 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/unstructuredfinance/?p=157#comment-64 The protester are being very keen to support their ideas which basically state ever increasing profits and losses shown everyday are falsified, and the gains and losses are not physically possible in monetary terms.For example just today there has been news that Ad Systems Communications (PINK:ADSYQ) has signed a $4 billion deal with the media giant News of World CEO Rupert Murdoch. Share prices are expected to go up to $3 per share from just $0.001 in one day. The real question is how far up do they go by the end of tomorrows trading hours and also if these profits will be sustained in physical monetary terms.

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By: Meditate_this http://blogs.reuters.com/unstructuredfinance/2011/10/04/wall-street-protesters-just-want-to-be-heard/comment-page-1/#comment-40 Tue, 04 Oct 2011 17:06:30 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/unstructuredfinance/?p=157#comment-40 Think about it…

1.) Today bad news is released…stocks dramatically drop.

2.) The little investors 401K’s and IRA’s suffer big losses.

3.) Big investors take advantage of the situation and buy up the low stocks.

4.) Next day GOOD economic news is released… stocks soar with great gains.

5.) Big investors sell-off to little investors (thinking trend will be sustained) and make HUGE profits.

6.) Following day BAD news is released…stocks dramatically drop.

7.) The little investors 401K’s and IRA’s suffer big losses.

8.) Big investors take advantage of the situation and buy up the low stocks.

9.) Next day GOOD economic news is released… stocks soar with great gains.

10.) Big investors sell-off to little investors (thinking trend will be sustained) and make HUGE profits.

11.) Go BACK to Step 4.

Who reports this news? Who is causing the dramatic ups and downs?

Who profits most?

It certainly is NOT the average family…

Who is suffering the most?

Certainly the average family…

Who is getting all the financial breaks?

Certainly not the average family…

Who can NOT modify/refinance a mortgage to make it affordable and to stay in their home because of being upside down due to NO fault of their own?

Certainly not the average family…

Who is sitting back getting HEAVY bonuses thinking up new fees to charge?

Certainly not the average family…

How many have noticed that a half gallon (64 oz.) of a beverage in a super market is now 59 oz. and sells at a higher price?

Who’s brain child is that?

Nothing is wrong with making a fair profit…taking advantage of people in tough times that is another story.

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