Your Questions About Stock Market Is A Ponzi Scheme

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Thomas asks…

When in American and British history did it become a common thing for professionals to invest in stock market?

and why? what caused this ?

and how the STock market and “investment banking” is really any different than a large lottery scheme or aPonzi scheme“?

WHICH PERCENTAGE OF PEOPLE LOSE MONEY? (SUCH AS 2001 ,,AND 2008? ) DO PROFESSIONALS REALLY INVEST IN STOCKS ANYMORE? OR ARE THEY TAKING A BREAK NOW? AND WHY?
WAS IT EVER THIS WAY IN GERMANY,,SAY IN 1930S WHEN STOCKS MAYBE WERE GOOD THERE? HOW AND WHEN MAYBE CAME AGAIN TO GERMANY? DO MANY GERMAN PROFESSIONALS INVEST IN STOCKS NOW? WHEN STARTED AGAIN AND WHY? HOW COMPARED TO ENGLAND OR USA?

Justin answers:

Do you have a real question?

It has been a common thing ever since the exchanges opened.
It different because companies generate income and grow in value.
In bad years, more than 50%. In good years, less than 50%.
Professionals still invest in stocks. So do non-professionals. They do it because it tends to increase their wealth.
It was this way in Germany in the past, presently, and probably in the future.

Steven asks…

What exactly did Madoff do, which put him in jail?

Justin answers:

He swindled people out of billions of dollars. He convinced them that they could get a 15% return on their investment from the stock market but all he really did was run a Ponzi Scheme.

Richard asks…

Should all the People of the World take to the streets to show our support?

Should all the People of the World take to the streets to show our support for the People in Egypt who are trying their best to get rid of tyrants and dictators?

If not,…why not.

Do we not want to rid this World of totalitarian tyrants?

Justin answers:

Most Americans have been brainwashed into believing that the lives and human rights of foreigners are irrelevant. In fact, many of them have contempt and disgust for the poor and the homeless in their own country.

These riots have been happening because of an increase in food prices. Food prices are increasing because the billionaires are investing in food to protect their wealth. The billionaires are starting to leave the stock market and leave the US bond market. They are leaving because the fraudulent Ponzi scheme, FIAT currency is going to collapse, as all Ponzi schemes collapse. So half the planet is being held to ransom by billionaires who made their fortunes in “investment” banking FRAUD.

Riots could well happen in Libya, Algeria, Syria, Jordan and Saudi Arabia. Maybe even Albania. There’s probably about 25 countries that could have a “food riots” revolution. In fact, one of the KEY questions is what will happen to the price of rice. If the billionaires push up the cost of rice then there could be fireworks in China! Food prices could be the new way for countries to wage economic warfare with each other.

It should be ILLEGAL for “investment” banks to speculate on food prices. They should NOT be allowed to buy up food and potentially starve millions of people! What we need is proper law and order in the world. NOT the mafia governments we have.

How many millions went to the streets to protest over the Iraq war? And what happened? These billionaire, mega corporations have all benefited and gained their power from the FIAT currency, debt based, money out of thin air system. If the monetary system itself was not a giant SCAM then these creeps would never have risen to such extremes of power in the first place. The widening gap between rich and poor simply reflects the relationship between creditors and debtors.

If this spreads to Saudi Arabia and Libya, etc, and the Suez canal is closed; expect oil to double in the next few months. That’s probably the REAL reason America and Britain are scared.

Millions potentially dying from hunger just to prop up, for a few more years, a debt based, Ponzi scheme, fascist monetary system – doesn’t sound right to me!

John asks…

If all of a sudden we found out that Vanguard or Fidelity was a Ponzi scheme, do I lose my $$$ invested?

I have different funds with them. What if they pull a Bernie Madoff. What is they folded for some unknown reason? Criminal or not.

Justin answers:

Even if they are a ponzi scheme (I am not convinced they are as fear doesn’t make it so) it doesn’t mean that you will have lost your money.

You will only lose your money if the ponzi falls in upon itself, or in other words if you are the last of the bunch to come along and invest in them and fewer or no investors follow after you. If it is a ponzi those who invest first are paid by those who invest later, and then those who invest later are paid by those who follow after them, and so on and so on till the ponzi is no longer supported by those who are following after.

Bernard Madoff didn’t rob all of his investors. Some of them made some very good money, but the ones who came after and who were left hold the empty bag those are the one’s who suffered. Those who took their “promised” gains and left at some point rather than re-invest made their promised gains.

Good luck on recovering your money, but keep in mind that fear often times creates its own reality. The stock market crash of the 20’s was largely based on fear which in turn caused people to want to get out before it was too late, which in turn caused the prices of stocks to plummit. Fear causes recessions and then in turn depressions.

Anything that promises high returns by nature of the promise is a risky venture. However, sometimes those promises return the high yield before they fall in upon themselves. I am citing reference below for a HYIP (High Yield Investment Program) tracking site that my wife seems to have had some good success with. She is following after some of these HYIPs and some of them are true ponzies, but there are people that seem to make a living by navagating them.

Oh, by the way. Did you know that the U.S social security system is a ponzi? It is the largest poniz of all time. By investing money in it you have the promise of a fixed return when you retire. Your invested money is used to pay off those who are currently recieving the benefits of having paid earlier, and one day you will be receiving the payments made by those who follow after. There are many who believe that the social security system will fall in upon itself as there will be less to “invest” in it later (population decrease or something).

Hope this helps.

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