Does Anyone Else Think the Stock Market Is Living on Reds, Vitamin C and Cocaine?

Does Anyone Else Think the Stock Market Is Living on Reds, Vitamin C and Cocaine?  (Of Two Minds, Oct 23, 2014):

This state of delusion would be amusing if it wasn’t so tragic.

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  1. 85%+ of all transactions made on the market are High Frequency skim and sell. A few individuals controlling huge funds, jump in, buy and sell large amounts of securities in less time than it takes to blink an eye. The key word is sell.

    Only 10-15% consist of real investors, and we don’t know any details. How many are playing on margin or things like that? Most remaining investors I know are sitting, not buying or selling. Nobody believes the data provided, or the creeps who collect and make any of it public. The US stock market has lost all credibility. It is lies on top of more lies.

    The stock market, like the banks, is a shell with nothing inside but debt. No matter what happens in the world, it continues to go up, it has no relation to the real world at all. Anyone who thinks it does lives in a dream world. Made up of charlatans and thieves, it is a leading member of Crooks and Liars Society.

    The stock market is held up by false numbers (and members) who work very hard to keep the charade going. I cannot help but wonder if any one has a twinge of conscience……….??? Me, neither.

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