The future of the stock market
- 50 billion dollars put into the American stock market
- Guarantee the solvency of mega-corporations
- World dominance is important
- Corporations will become much more powerful
The future of the stock market. When small investors abandon the stock market it’s time for the big guns to come in- in order to keep it solvent.
This happened the last few days when the government pension plan of Japan stated they would be increasing their holdings in blue chip American stocks. This one investment by a pension fund alone will mean an additional 50 billion dollars put into the American stock market.
Once others see what Japan is doing they will do the same. This is a coordinated action in order to guarantee the solvency of mega-corporations as we move into the future. These corporations will become more powerful and continue to gobble up competition in order to maintain world dominance.
World dominance is important for these corporation to dictate to governments just exactly how they should and will be treated around the world. There won’t be much more complaining by the citizens about American corporations moving overseas to avoid taxes, that’s old news. People won’t care how much in taxes a corporation pays or doesn’t pay, all they will care about in the future is that the corporation keeps manufacturing products they need every day.
The corporations will become much more powerful and the people much more dependent on those large corporations. Although there may be fewer companies traded in the future there will be a larger stock market for the big players.
QUESTION: What should readers take away from this message today?
ANSWER: That as long as mega-corporations continue to grow the stock market that supports them will grow.
QUESTION: Why is this information timely?
ANSWER: This information is timely because you’ve seen the DOW go up 1,500 points in about six weeks and people are scratching their head wondering how this could be.
QUESTION: How can readers best apply this information to their lives right now?
ANSWER: If this continues, you could see a possible DOW 19,000 by the end of the year.
COMMENTARY: To put this in perspective, look at where you do your shopping? Do you support the mom and pop retailer (if you can even find them anymore), or do you go to the big mega-stores to get the most for less? Your answer to this question most likely favors the mega-corporations. No one can compete with them. With most people struggling to get by they are the natural winner. It’s easy to see how the scenario that Higher intelligence described in this session will come to pass.