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The Investors Who Ignore This Are In For a NASTY Surprise
Graham Summers

The stock market manipulations are getting even more desperate.

For weeks now, I’ve noted time and again that the only thing holding up the stock market was abject manipulation.

Financial institutions do NOT attempt to move markets. In fact, the traders charged with executing these institutions’ trades are graded based on their ability to buy and sell large chunks of stocks without moving the tape.

Which is why we knew that no real investor was responsible for the move that occurred yesterday at the open. I’m talking about the move that pushed stocks up from 4,535 to 4,575 in a matter of minutes on announcements that inflation has hit a 40-year high.

The CPI came in at 7.5% yesterday. The Fed’s funds rate is still at zero. Yesterday’s news means the Fed is WAAAAAYYY behind the curve on inflation and will need to hike rates aggressively.

So what investor would buy panic buy stocks based on this? The answer is NO ONE. This was egregious manipulation. And it shows us that the manipulators are becoming increasingly desperate.


The credit markets are imploding. They know what is coming. It ain’t pretty.

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Graham Summers, MBA is Chief Market Strategist for Phoenix Capital Research, an investment research firm based in the Washington DC-metro area.

Graham’s sterling track record and history of major predictions has made him one of the most sought after investment analysts in the world. He is one of only 20 experts in the world who are on record as predicting the 2008 Crash. Since then he has accurately predicted the EU Meltdown of 2011-2012 (locking in 73 consecutive winners during this period), Gold’s rise to $2,000 per ounce (and subsequent collapse), China’s market crash and more.

His views on business and investing has been featured in RollingStone magazine, The New York Post, CNN Money, Crain’s New York Business, the National Review, Thomson Reuters, the Fox Business, and more. His commentary is regularly featured on ZeroHedge and other online investment outlets.



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