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1/18/15 Starved and Drunk
#1
Yep, still highly negative with Starved, Evil, and Twisted. That was an impressive move for Starved, but not enough support to warrant a Red Alert. Granted, Drunk and Drinking could connect with Starved because drunk addicts can definitely be malnourished and, well, starved. Also, a hike can halt (i.e. be locked) when one runs out of nourishment. However, we stay conservative on this and avoid the Red Alert (while also inquiring as why the collective might be enamored with it. In my estimation, while all the talking heads see deflation in the bigger economy (aka falling oil and asset prices), food continues to climb in price. It’s a quiet starvation. Have you looked at your grocery receipts? Pull your last one out of your wallet and go find one from 2 years ago and compare. You might surprise yourself.


The groupings look interesting today. Group 1 seems to be seeing a strange square marking in the cities. Group 2 includes a Quartz (watch?) which matches Elyse’s new clock dream:
http://nationaldreamcenter.com/forum18/s...hp?tid=545

…and then at the bottom, our orange, lucky, press agent has bit the dust! Pretty busy run for the Sunday dreamers.

   


UP Words:     examination starved hike locked robot math evil family drunk days twisted astral view into square strange mark cities panel when would quartz alone world starting friend think market exactly needed activities drinking short

DOWN Words:   cold animals live aware bomb begin wedding flight pub sight surface space journal jacket court fly bike art tired leave fun chat fire 2014 frozen thanks yes powered moment plane orange giants currently lucky
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#2
Thanks, NADW.

"The banks and how well they do or don't do are determined on the market." This is true for most of the banks in the world, but there are few at the tip top that actually do the opposite....they actually determine where the market goes. This is something that CNBC does not recognize nor any MBA type education, but it is a fact. The big banks determine where the market goes. Yes, the 2008 calamity was an orchestrated blackmail of the political system in order to transfer more wealth to the already bloated banks.

Just for clarification, are you saying that a possible collapse happens in a bull market that is coming? In other words, even though the markets climb, the system fails? I find this contradiction funny, because it's something I've told some people in the past....the economy will crash on an up day in the market when it's at an all-time high. Your analogies and interpretation seems to ring that same tone. If true, it will finally demonstrate that we don't live in a free market. Oh no...far from it.

As always, I appreciate your insights Smile
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#3
People get drunk to avoid something that's got them bummed, much of the time. What's going to be the trigger? I hope not the market crash or currency devaluation! If people are drunk and starved at the same time then they're getting drunk because something's preventing them from getting to the store and buying food. Currency emergency? Hope not, good grief not yet.

"Lucky press agent" again?! still? do these three words refer to the dude that plays vowel-volley with the WHouse press corps? That's his title so far as I'm concerned, and with so much media these days, he's the one that comes to my mind. Why's he so lucky? folks are falling for the lies, or he's got a rare bit of truth to report one day soon?



Oh, the lucky agent falling in the bot must mean that "the jig is up." He's now got more folks awakening to the lies, perhaps.



Oh! OH...LOL I think I know. The banks folding inward, origami-style is the coming/threatened-by-The-Fed bank bail-ins!! Yes. This is ugh, very timely and this, too I hope isn't primed to happen soon.



(01-18-2015, 12:31 PM)NADW Wrote: Market, Strange, Square, Cities, seem to match my dream from this morning too, so there maybe a new over lap starting.

http://windwalkingdreamweaver.weebly.com...ks-folding

DREAM: 1/18/2015 8:32am Bull Market banks folding

I am looking at a giant pop up book, there is a bison/buffalo standing in front of the book, the bison is in the same position and as the bull statue on Wall Street. I just know some how that the bull is a representation of wall street.

I look closer at the giant book, it is three large banks, surrounded by a city of different colors, the bank building are in black and white. The three banks begin to fold up into Origami, while the rest of the city stays standing.

SUMMARY: Loaded with metaphors, Bank Mergers or possible collapse, Bull Market. The banks and how well they do or don't do are determined on the market.

Free Market? you nailed it yet again.

I have envisioned in my mind's eye many times--- mostly men, those handling wealth for the top 20? families of the world, used to be phoning but now digitally making massive market moves from London, I forget what name in Switzerland, Brussels, etc.....literally making our market rise or fall to their whims and diabolical wishes.





(01-18-2015, 02:09 PM)Eagle1 Wrote: Thanks, NADW.

"The banks and how well they do or don't do are determined on the market." This is true for most of the banks in the world, but there are few at the tip top that actually do the opposite....they actually determine where the market goes. This is something that CNBC does not recognize nor any MBA type education, but it is a fact. The big banks determine where the market goes. Yes, the 2008 calamity was an orchestrated blackmail of the political system in order to transfer more wealth to the already bloated banks.

Just for clarification, are you saying that a possible collapse happens in a bull market that is coming? In other words, even though the markets climb, the system fails? I find this contradiction funny, because it's something I've told some people in the past....the economy will crash on an up day in the market when it's at an all-time high. Your analogies and interpretation seems to ring that same tone. If true, it will finally demonstrate that we don't live in a free market. Oh no...far from it.

As always, I appreciate your insights Smile

"market, astral, cities, modify and delete" are in the Jan.14th. run....hmmm.
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Thanks, gal! Three....3 "too big to fail" sure isn't a surprise. I remember in '08 that it was a "big three." One was a bank, one a brokerage firm? and one....a mortgage company, oh yes Countrywide! I remember announcing to those closest to me that very week that the nation was heading into gigantic major economy downspin. I called it "depression." They thought I was nut while knowing I am not. Blank faces, hubby confidently telling me "no way" etc.

The elite of the world, that invisible club sure likes to do it in threes.

Combining banks. What if they combine but don't tell us? Well, maybe it doesn't matter and they'll call it a merger in the news and try to give us a feeling of normalcy. Still, I think it would be more like them to merge and not tell us. Maybe there's tax/theft incentive to being three separate entities. I wonder~
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Sweet! Wonder how this fits into the potential reset in July.
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Origami is oriental paper folding technique...summation that some how Asian interests may help fold our paper currency into a "very small" wad of nothing but art...

Drinking...drunk...all relates to a liquid. You drink a liquid to drink...or to get drunk. Liquidity is what moves markets...no liquidity the markets bind up....stop moving. If markets get "starved" of liquidity....you have a crash...and banks fail!
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This past week, the Swiss National Bank abandoned a key monetary policy that sent shock waves throughout the financial world: http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2015-01-15...-rate.html

This led Forbes to ask the same question I was wondering: http://www.forbes.com/sites/raoulruparel...else-does/ While there are some possibilities discussed, I think we haven't seen the real reason. The Swiss aren't known for their carefree monetary policies so taking such a drastic step means this was felt as the best way to handle whatever's coming.

Lastly, this particular article mentions that India's Reserve Bank also took a drastic step in monetary policy on the same day as the SNB action. That's two banks. Will there be a third, to follow the "3 banks"?

http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/money/swis...ar-AA8crbG

Or will the "3 banks folding" be something else entirely?
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The first thing that entered my head when i just saw the title starved and drunk was child soldiers, one of the ways they brainwash these poor poor unfortunate people i will refer to them now, as all that was a child is removed by these seriously evil, wanton, demonic people who gather up children and get them drunk and terrified and starving. firstly they make them kill someone they know, or a friend, then they hold their very existence captive so that they will perform these atrocities like we are seeing in Africa.

It makes my very nature quake when i think of whats going on at the moment.
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The third bank to go "negative" in rates is the Bank of Denmark. They reduced their rates from -.05 to -0.2 AND the Asian markets have "crashed"....

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-01-19...-resume-de
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-01-19...-peg-fears
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"Drinking...drunk...all relates to a liquid. You drink a liquid to drink...or to get drunk. Liquidity is what moves markets...no liquidity the markets bind up....stop moving. If markets get "starved" of liquidity....you have a crash...and banks fail! "
siyotanka,


That is an incredible insight, and so true! But that isn't all....financially, we "Hike" and "Lock" interest rates. I believe you're right....the top part of this run is very financial. Great conversation everyone!
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Speaking of market and NADW watching for a "bit 3" banks merging from having financial problems (or claims of such), dig this!

I'm thinking of the coming bail-ins, too.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-...ry-up.html

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Yep, the Lucky Press Agent went down. Here it is:

http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2015/...ngton-post
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Wow, I didn't even see Sachs in there! Biased mind as I read it? LOL perhaps.
Oh wait! I just re-peeked the link. I got my news from under the photo of the bull. They only listed the three there, and being the literal thang that I am, grin....yeah.

Union Bank is a new one, to me. I'd never heard of it.





(01-19-2015, 06:46 PM)NADW Wrote: Nanny that is four banks

Bank of America, Citigroup, JPMorgan and Goldman Sachs

Although Merrill Lynch is not in this group... http://www.ml.com/index.asp?id=7695_15125

If you look at there logo for Merrill Lynch, it is the bull of wall street, and the origami was surrounded by a "Citi-Group or Citi-Bank" mixed with a bank from Japan "Origami" and we would have our three. That is if all of these symbols are in deed metaphoric.

Union Bank has been serving communities for 150 years. As a proud member of the Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, one of the world's largest financial groups, we have the global capabilities along with a proven history of solid financial policies to help you build a successful financial future.

http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/...13291.html
Stock Watchout on Banking Industry - Toronto-Dominion Bank, Mitsubishi UFJ Financial, Susquehanna Bancshares, Synovus Financial, and BankUnited

On Thursday, shares in Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group Inc. recorded a trading volume of 1.65 million shares, higher than its three months average volume of 1.48 million shares. The stock ended the day at $5.20, which was 0.19% below its previous day's closing of $5.21, and registered an intraday range of $5.19 and $5.23. Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group Inc.'s shares have lost 0.38% in the previous three trading sessions, 1.89% in the last three months and 20.00% in the past one year. The stock is trading below its 50-day and 200-day moving averages of $5.58 and $5.67, respectively. Furthermore, shares of Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group Inc. have an RSI of 30.91. The complimentary notes on MTU can be downloaded as in PDF format at:
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January 20 (Canada) - Feeding My Family calls for 1-day boycott of North West Company
https://ca.news.yahoo.com/feeding-family...15499.html
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Hows this one?

"robot math evil family"
http://www.techworld.com.au/article/5642...by-droids/
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Interesting. NADW helped me find some bot runs for this headline about how the treasury has frozen the debt for 40 days.
http://cnsnews.com/news/article/terence-...2975000000
http://nationaldreamcenter.com/forum18/s...hp?tid=999
hike locked robot math (and down word) frozen
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