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Predicting one day crashes is hazardous. We do know they occur on rare occasions given the right conditions. It just so happens we have the right conditions. While rare crashes can be devastating. People buy insurance on their houses to protect them in unlikely cases their houses burn down. Thinking about what to do in the case of a stock market crash is not at all imprudent, even though odds are against it.

Stock Market Crash What to Expect (from earlier this year)

I have been unmasking the Deep State as a huge criminal enterprise. If you don’t believe me now, soon you will see for yourself. Is the stock market rigged? It is not as rigged as it was even a short time ago. During the past four decades, the stock market went form being rigged as much as possible, which initially wasn’t much, to being fine tuned and manicured in recent years.

The Deep State is losing control over the stock market. There is no limit to what they will do to stay in control. The Deep State is no less violent than the historical crime families of New York and other cities in the United States. The Deep State has an additional tool in the United States military, which serves like a hit man in efforts to control the natural resources of other countries. Can the world’s central banks be further coaxed into  buying stock outright? Can Corporate officers be convinced to continue their buybacks? Managing the stock market level is now very difficult. The Deep States exists for the purpose of extracting profits out of honest people while given them no value. The mob works the same way and that is no coincidence.

Yes, all during this mini correction, huge demonstrative effort have been made to turn the market back up. Knowing what we know about the Deep State, if we have a yikes moment in the stock market, it will be managed as best as is possible.  If the market crashes, the Deep State operators will try to have any crash according to their terms. By now a significant number of the Deep State’s anointed have surely re-positioned themselves to make a one time windfall on the way down.  All during the Trump Administration, private investors have been drawn in to the market and are now holding the bag. Formerly brilliant hedge funds have joined them. The Deep State’s anointed are better positioned now to deal with a crash, or yikes moment, than they ever have been. So, what will they do?

We now have circuit breakers which may cause a market decline to be spread out over a longer period of time. Algorithms surely have been written in such ways that the circuit breakers can be gamed.  There are circuit breakers on indexes as well as on individual stocks which are of greater magnitude. That creates the possibility  of holding the market steady just before the circuit breakers kick in while managing the prices of individual issues for profit.

All during the past two decades, stock ownership has become increasingly concentrated at the top. With that the management of everyone else’s investments has become much easier. Even during a crash it is not unreasonable to expect, though less efficient, any downturn will be managed to their benefit as much as it is possible.  Political support was in abundance when the program called for consistently ratcheting the market up. Political support for driving the market down is probably not obtainable.

Organized crime has its ups and down just like any enterprise. The Deep State is very capable of going into the survival mode. One thing is for sure. The Deep State is not going to call it quits unless they are forced to.

The truth is a hard sell. Fantasy Free Economics gains readers one at a time. Major search engines simply do not list blogs which disagree with their political agenda. As long as folks share the link to this blog and others speaking out against the grain, the truth will at least trickle into the public consciousness.

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