12:20 p.m., EST
ZeroHedge picks up the story
It’s typically not the article that’s of major importance but the comments.
A screen-shot of comments with a series of links from that article, are below:
ItsAllBollocks13 hours ago
Why isn’t anyone mentioning the WEF? It’s all there in Claus Schwab’s book called the Great Reset, can’t anyone read anymore?
Mister E11 hours ago
excuse me but people post about the WEF here all the time, are you new?play_arrow7play_arrow
Not Your Father’s ZH34 minutes ago (Edited)
Yeah, right? I and others have posted many times about the not-so-Great Reset, Cyber Polygon, Event 201, Herr Unkle Klaus Schwab’s Chez Davos broiled insect loaf under polystyrene, owning nothing and being thrilled, etc. Whitney Webb has been one of the best reporters on it, Catherine Austin Fitts, many more. Lew Rockwell is the single best place to start from, as it links to all of this. Speaking of which: 7.9 Billion Lives in the Balance
It’s obvious those monitoring and commenting on ZeroHedge are wide awake.
Once again, all of this brings us back to biotech.
Biotech, SPBIO (LABD) Analysis:
We’re going to start with an unmarked chart of inverse fund LABD, on the weekly scale:
It may not be obvious at first, but the chart can be separated in two as shown:
That inflection point, the week of May 14th, ’21, is where the bulls attempted a reversal and the bears (of SPBIO) are going to take control.
Notice that before May 14th, price action is wide and choppy. Afterwards, it settles down into a clean and rythmic flow.
From that inflection, LABD price corrected downward a Fibonacci 8 weeks before pivoting to the upside (SPBIO lower).
Now, we can draw a trading channel:
For months, the anticipated low of SPBIO, high for the LABD trade (not advice, not a recommendation) was/is planned to be the third week in October.
As price action progresses, and taking a cue from Robert Prechter (about trading for large gains), one needs to be prepared for SPBIO to just keep on going lower (LABD higher); even through October if that’s the case.
The ZeroHedge article and especially the comments, show we’re in the middle of the largest fraud in world history.
It’s disappointing but not surprising, ‘certified’ management agencies (and I personally monitor quite a few) are saying nothing (publicly) about what’s really going on.
Their websites still show the ubiquitous sailboat with the retired couple looking out wistfully into the (chem-trailed) sunset.
Trading For Your Life:
With each passing day, it’s becoming obvious self-employment (like trading) may be the only way out. The big corporations are likely to mandate (illegally) en-masse, that everyone’s injected.
The plan to destroy the smaller businesses looks to be moving forward via more ‘lockdowns’.
Some states (like Texas) may somehow be separate. So far, so good.
The other states, not so much.
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