How Goldman Sachs is Blowing Up Investors Portfolio. The investing community shares this common belief the big Wall Street firms exist to help investors making money. I, Vieira and Einstein share the same common belief, human stupidity is infinite.
Wall Street firms are shrinking year after year accumulating heavy losses (FED’s bonus not included in the equation).
Nowadays, a stock market Ponzi scheme is by far more elaborated than in the past. Madoff was an apprentice. Charles Ponzi might have been the father, but sophisticated schemes have developed since then. Stock market scams as technology evolve very rapidly. It is part of our mission to offer to investors a clear explanation alerting them in due time, and not after the fact.
It seems that the industry in the United States has a very strange definition of value.
This article could not be complete without making a reference to several recent cases addressed at stock market LIVE TV.
- Twitter Stock Rating a Ponzi Scheme – a clear example of fraud.
- Sell Kite Pharmaceuticals on Goldman Sachs Upgrade
- Dump American Express on Goldman Sachs Upgrade
- Morgan Stanley upgrades Freeport McMoran to Overweight Ahead of a Crash
Are these examples of stock market scams? certainly not. The investing community referred to these stock picks as Excellent Financial Advise from American leading firms. Hence, these banks received several awards during the course of 2015 to be used on their marketing campaigns on the web, TV and brand new flyers.
This happened in the United States, the first economy in the world.
We’re about to end 2015 and not surprisingly Twitter is trading at $22.5. Vieira named Twitter a Stock Bubble and Wall Street Ponzi scheme. I believe you had plenty of time to become a millionaire investor selling short Twitter the Ponzi.
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