Investors are waking up…

Rogue algorithm wreaks havoc on stocks for 30 minutes straight


Investing Legend Louis Bacon Has Had Enough Of Algos And Central Planners, Calls It Quits
Submitted by Tyler Durdenon 08/01/2012 – 11:12

“Bacon pulls no punches as he goes after inept regulators in Europe and the US, and describes the state of affairs as “Disaster Economics, where assets are valued based on their ability to withstand a lurking disaster as opposed to what they may yield or earn, is now the prism through which investors are pricing markets.” And perhaps most ‘distorted’ is the credit market where trading in individual corporate credits has also been ‘decimated’ he said. “I shudder to think of the stress that is going to occur during the new credit liquidation cycle.”

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Doing simple searches for law firms’ legal activity in the financial and mortgage sectors since 2008 and the spike in profit surges and court Subpoenas for bank and investor records the evidence is clear.
Sadly what has been forewarned for decades is currently being openly admitted that government and banking institutions are under the influence of FINANCIAL fraud, deceit and manipulations.

[Sadly many of those early warnings included time tables that did not materialize and decades later we may be in the final stages of a global financial collapse. But let us not fall into the trap of trying to predict the moment of collapse or war declarations.
Rather allow those manipulators the rope to hang themselves because their decisions will ultimately set the time for the bank doors to be locked,  the market exchanges to be halted and closed, War and/or marshal law declared.]

former top Barclays executive admitted ordering staff to submit false interest rates

08/01/2012  Li(e)bor: The Cartel Emerges
“By 2005 at the latest, the traders would seem to have begun realizing just how much power they had were they able to collaborate within their small group. There was no need for formal contracts between large institutions, merely agreements among friends. A pointer here, a few traders meeting for lunch there, and soon the group had formed a global cartel that, according to investigators, reached from Japan to Europe to Canada.

“Come on over; I’ll open a bottle of Bollinger,” a trader, inebriated with his success, wrote to a colleague after the Libor rate had been set. Adair Turner of the British regulatory agency quotes the email as evidence of “a culture of cynical greed in the trading rooms.”

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Libor probers subpoena UK’s Lloyds Banking Group

MATT SCUFFHAM and STEVE SLATER, Reuters July 26, 2012 9:26pm
LONDON – Lloyds Banking Group has received subpoenas from government agencies investigating interest rate rigging, dragging the biggest mortgage lender in Britain deeper into a scandal that has rocked the industry and thrown rival Barclays into turmoil.
Barclays has seen its chairman and chief executive resign, and its share price plunge, since it was fined a record $453 million by U.S. and British authorities for manipulating Libor interest rates. More than a dozen other banks are also being investigated and more fines are expected.
Lloyds, 40-percent owned by the government after a bailout during the 2008 financial crisis, has said previously it was cooperating with investigators and it was a defendant in several Libor-related lawsuits.
The bank, which has more than 30 million customers and is a sponsor of the London Olympic Games, said on Thursday parts of its business had received subpoenas, compelling them to provide information.

Analysts at Liberum Capital have suggested Lloyds could have to pay out up to 1.5 billion pounds ($2.3 billion) to settle Libor-related claims.Read more at:*

Governments don’t care about you

Lawyers Challenge Occupy Evictions

New York: Pushing back against what appears to be a coordinated national crackdown on the Occupy movement, the National Lawyers Guild (NLG) is bringing preemptive legal challenges to halt Occupy evictions and other attacks on occupiers’ free speech. “From day one of the Occupy movement, the Guild has been there protecting protesters’ rights to free speech,” said NLG Executive Director Heidi Boghosian. “Occupiers have been saying that you can’t evict an idea. We agree, and we say further that you can’t evict protests that are rooted in the founding legal principles of this country.”

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As more financial and corporate attorneys are over-flowing with growing caseloads and profits in suing and counter-suits the knowledge that fraud, market manipulations and racketeering is rampant in the global financial system.


U.S. Queries 64 Issuers of Mortgage Securities, Others

“A federal regulator said it sent 64 subpoenas to issuers of mortgage-backed securities and other entities in an effort to probe whether the firms misled Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, two of the biggest investors in privately issued bonds.

The subpoenas, issued on Monday by the Federal Housing Finance Agency, which oversees the government-backed mortgage titans, could lead the government to recoup some of the billions of dollars that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac lost when they scooped up mortgage-backed securities issued by Wall Street banks during the housing boom.”

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In the course of the United States Trustee’s role of supervising bankruptcy cases the United States Trustee has reviewed the bankruptcy filing[s] by Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. in this case,  as  well  as  the  Objection  filed  by  the  Debtors,  and  has  taken  note  of  conflicting  factual allegations associated with the status of the loan regarding Wells Fargo’s bankruptcy filing and papers including, but not limited to such filing and papers as are incident to proving a claim in bankruptcySpecifically, the conduct of Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. and its agents regarding seeking relief from the automatic stay in a bankruptcy proceeding to proceed with a potential foreclosure action under a state law forum.

These  issues  directly  relate  to  administration  of  this  bankruptcy  estate  and  the integrity  of  the  bankruptcy  system.    The  United  States  Trustee  seeks  to  ascertain  whether  the conduct of Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.. deviated from the standards established by the bankruptcy code,  and/or  whether  its  particular  actions  threatened  an  abuse  of  the  bankruptcy  system  or  its procedures.  28 U.S.C. § 528(3)(G); 11 U.S.C. § 307; In re A-1 Trash Pickup, Inc., 802 F.2d 774, 775 (4th Cir. 1996) (Congress intended the United States Trustee to be an enforcer of bankruptcy laws).   See In re DePalma, United States Bankruptcy Court District of Arizona (emphasis mine).

Among other items related to the loan application and origination, the trustee sought:

All documents evidencing, relating to or referring to the secured status of the mortgage of the Debtors, together with any assignments and endorsements thereof.”

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More professionals, investors and executives are waking up.

“…if there is one thing the past 4 years have taught us, is that in America the bigger the crime, the greater the golden parachute.”
Read more at: JPM To Be Subpoenaed Over Defunct PFG’s Missing Segregated Money


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“Whether you’re in the middle of a divorce, custody proceeding or other court case, you can subpoena bank records that are relevant to your current case. The appropriate preparation and service of the subpoena (legally termed a subpoena duces tecum) depends on the state’s civil procedures. In general, you serve a bank corporation a subpoena either through the bank’s registered agent or by serving one of the corporation’s officers. Once served, the petitioned person(s) must bring or send the bank records to court. This article outlines the steps you need to take to effectively file a subpoena for bank records.”

Obtain the Proper Subpoena Duces Tecum Form

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    Call or visit your local courthouse and ask them for a subpoena duces tecum form so you can subpoena bank records.

    • If they don’t provide the form, check online for your state’s version of the form or go to your local library and copy the form from a book of standard legal pleading forms.

Fill in the Subpoena Duces Tecum

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    Include the following information in the spaces provided at the top of the form: the legal name of your court case, the case index number, the name of the plaintiff/petitioner, the name of the defendant/respondent and any other blanks left blank.

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    Complete the necessary information in the body of the form.

    • After the word “TO,” fill in the name and address of the bank or corporation you want to serve with the subpoena.
    • Enter the name and address of your county’s Superior Court along with the date and time the person(s) need to attend court with the bank records.
    • Specify the records you want them to procure. This can include checking account records of any kind (bank statements, cancelled checks, etc.), loan information (loan applications, ledgers, etc.), savings account and securities records (certificates of deposit, investments, etc.), records of any safe deposit boxes at that bank, supporting financial documents (copies of tax returns, credit reports, etc.) and any correspondence between the opposing party and the bank.
    • Be as specific as possible. Include the full name of the person whose bank records you’re requesting, the relevant dates you need information about (from this date through that date) and all possible financial information you might need from that bank.
    • If you’re not certain of the name or type of bank record you need, use the terms “any and all” when referring to the bank records. You can also include “and all other documents concerning…” and then fill in the name of the person or bank account for which you’re requesting the information.
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    Leave the Date and Signature lines blank. The judge or court commissioner will fill these in.

Notarize and Copy the Subpoena

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    Take the form to any notary public and have it notarized. Often you can do this at City Hall or at a bank for little or no fee.

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    Make at least 2 copies of the form.

Complete an Affidavit of Service

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    Visit your court’s clerk or ex-parte department to get the subpoena signed.

    • Be prepared to pay any related fees.
    • Some states require a waiting period to give the opposing parties a chance to object to your subpoena before the document can be served.

Serve the Subpoena

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    Find the right person to serve the subpoena.

    • The person must be over 18 years old and can not be a party to your lawsuit.
    • Choose to use the services of a sheriff or professional process server. This will most likely cost you money.
    • The person serving the document must personally hand the bank agent a copy of the subpoena or leave a copy of the subpoena at their residence with another adult who also lives there.


      • The bank you serve the subpoena to will most likely notify the account holder of your actions. The account holder is then able to object to the subpoena.


      • It is illegal to obtain (or even try to obtain) another person’s bank records by using false or fraudulent statements to a bank or other financial institution.

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16 comments on “Investors are waking up…
  1. ronmamita says:

    “On the Wednesday, August 1 edition the Alex Jones Show, Alex talks with former Wall Street stockbroker and filmmaker Max Keiser about the continuing implosion of the economy as the euro crisis plagues global economies, cuts factory and productive output, stimulates endemic joblessness, and the Federal Reserve warns the economy may be stuck in permanent slow growth.”


  2. ronmamita says:

    Warfare, Welfare, and the State by Robert Higgs
    Published on Jul 30, 2012 by misesmedia
    Archived from the live broadcast, this lecture by Robert Higgs was presented at the 2012 Mises University in Auburn, Alabama.


  3. ronmamita says:

    Listen in as investors analyze the evidence for a fraudulent global financial system:


  4. ronmamita says:

    “(CNBC) – Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke nonchalantly admits to participating in criminal conspiracy of helping the banks cover up LIBOR manipulation like it was no big deal. ”

    Zerohedge reports about this videoclip: “CNBC’s Rick Santelli just reiterated his earlier sentiment that the comments that Mr. Bernanke made earlier were indeed the “Libor Smoking Gun”. While Bernanke tried to eschew the matter by claiming the low-level Fed employee was clueless (which from the transcript she was seemingly clued in enough to understand the rate was not ‘accurate’). As Rick notes in Bernanke’s own words: “the manipulation of rates was a little bit low by certain banks but they just wanted to show they were healthy during the crisis” – unbelievable! “What are regulators for?”, Santelli exclaims: “manipulation is manipulation!” Indeed, Rick, indeed.”


  5. ronmamita says:

    Two sets of law criminalize main street and pamper wall street…
    Will banks be held accountable for LIBOR manipulation? Elliot Spitzer current tv


  6. ronmamita says:

    Ben Bernanke, chairman of the Federal Reserve, told the US Senate that he could not guarantee that libor rates were no longer being manipulated.

    Al Jazeera’s Barnaby Phillips reports from London.


  7. ronmamita says:

    Numerous Top Bankers Call for Break Up of Giant Banks. The following bankers are calling for the big banks to be broken up:

    -Former Citi CEO Sandy Weill

    -Former Citi CEO John Reed

    -Former Citi chairman Richard Parsons

    -Former Merrill Lynch chairman and CEO David Komansky

    -Former Morgan Stanley CEO Philip Purcell

    -Former managing director of Goldman Sachs – and head of the international analytics group at Bear Stearns in London- Nomi Prins

    -Numerous other bankers within the mega-banks (see this, for example)

    -Former Natwest and Schroders investment banker, Philip Augar

    -The President of the Independent Community Bankers of America, Camden Fine

    Top Economists and Financial Experts Agree

    It’s not just bankers. The following top economists and financial experts believe that the economy cannot recover unless the big, insolvent banks are broken up in an orderly fashion:

    -Nobel prize-winning economist, Joseph Stiglitz

    -Nobel prize-winning economist, Ed Prescott

    -Nobel prize-winning economist, Paul Krugman

    -Former chairman of the Federal Reserve, Alan Greenspan

    -Former chairman of the Federal Reserve, Paul Volcker

    -Former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich

    -Dean and professor of finance and economics at Columbia Business School, and chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers under President George W. Bush, R. Glenn Hubbard

    -Former chief economist for the International Monetary Fund, Simon Johnson (and see this)

    -Former 20-year President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City – currently FDIC Vice Chair – Thomas Hoenig (and see this)

    -President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, Richard Fisher (and see this)

    -President of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, Thomas Bullard

    -Deputy Treasury Secretary, Neal S. Wolin

    -The Congressional panel overseeing the bailout (and see this)

    -The former head of the FDIC, Sheila Bair

    -The head of the Bank of England, Mervyn King

    -The Bank of International Settlements(the “Central Banks’ Central Bank”)

    -The leading monetary economist and co-author with Milton Friedman of the leading treatise on the Great Depression, Anna Schwartz

    -Economics professor and senior regulator during the S & L crisis, William K. Black

    -Leading British economist, John Kay

    -Economics professor, Nouriel Roubini

    -Economist, Marc Faber

    -Professor of entrepreneurship and finance at the Chicago Booth School of Business, Luigi Zingales

    -Economics professor, Thomas F. Cooley

    -Economist Dean Baker

    -Economist Arnold Kling

    -Chairman of the Commons Treasury, John McFall


  8. ronmamita says:

    Why a decline of “the Facebook” shares by 47% proves you can never trust a bank
    Posted on July 29, 2012 by Planet Ponzi

    Before the Farcebook IPO, I wrote on my blog that Facebook was heading for a ridiculous valuation when it was launched on the stockmarket. That wasn’t because I think it’s a bad company – pretty clearly a company that makes a billion dollars in profits after only a few years of life is a remarkable creation. I have only respect for Mark Zuckerberg, its creator.

    But it’s not Zuckerberg who gets to choose the company’s valuation. It’s the banks he retains to manage the transaction. I wrote that the firm was being ‘vastly and obviously overvalued at the levels currently being discussed.’

    Unfortunately, I’m being proved right at sickening speed. The firm had its IPO (Initial Public Offering) on 18 May – that is, the date when its shares first began to trade on the market. Since the IPO date, the firm has lost 47% of its value, in comparison with the intraday high of $45 per share. Friday’s close was $23.70.

    But let’s not talk about the firm. Let’s talk about you. If you invested $1000 in the company’s shares, that money is now worth around $530. Realistically, given various costs and fees, you might well find that money worth just $450. And you’ll lose more before things stabilise.

    So what happened? Well, quite simply, the banks did what banks do: they looked after their interests and didn’t give a damn about yours. Here’s how the whole ugly operation proceeded.

    Step one: they pumped up Facebook’s valuation as high as they could. Since a bank’s fees are in general a percentage of total money raised, the more highly they valued the firm, the greater the fees they got to rake off the top. They were assisted in this by irresponsible cheerleading from across the mainstream financial media.

    Step two: since banks know that professional investors aren’t that easy to fool, they didn’t try too hard to do so. Facebook is a company with a huge profile amongst ordinary retail investors, so it’s pretty easy to ensure a huge retail following for the IPO. Morgan Stanley, one of the firms involved in running the whole operation, stands accused of effectively differentiating between different classes of investor.

    Allegedly, one of its analysts shared negative news about Facebook with institutional investors that it did not also share with retail ones. If those allegations prove true, Morgan Stanley was effectively protecting its most valuable clients and letting the retail investors – that means people like you – go hang. Or to put it at its starkest, the suggestion is that Morgan Stanley sold a stock that they knew to be overvalued to retail investors while protecting its wealthiest clients.

    Step three: they launched the IPO, took their fees, watched the share price plummet, and will now wait until a sensible price has been reached, before going back to their original rich clients in order to start the business of actually trading the stock in the normal way.

    Have I left anything off? Well, yes actually, Step Four – the one step no Wall Streeter would ever forget about – the bankers involved will almost certainly pay themselves giant bonuses.

    Now, I want to be clear that Morgan Stanley vigorously denies these accusations. (No surprise there: it is possible that a serious criminal offence has been committed). A spokesman for Morgan Stanley said in a statement, ‘Morgan Stanley followed the same procedures for the Facebook offering that it follows for all IPOs. These procedures are in compliance with all applicable regulations.’

    OK. So one of two things is true. Either, Morgan Stanley did not follow those regulations, in which case I personally would argue that the only fair penalty would involve a significant number of Morgan Stanley bankers serving a long sentence in jail. Remember that during the London riots, we saw people jailed for breaking a couple of windows and nicking a couple of TVs. The destruction of value in the Facebook IPO has so far run to many billions of dollars and we haven’t seen the last of it yet. My own rule of thumb – call it the Feierstein rule – is that for every million dollars criminally destroyed by a bank, one banker should spend one year in jail.

    It’s a pretty gentle rule, in all honesty (the London rioters were dealt with far more harshly), but even so, thirty billion dollars translates into thirty-thousand years of banker jail time. Sounds good to me.

    That’s option one. Here’s option two: what Morgan Stanley says is correct. Let’s say it scrupulously followed every regulation, every procedure, every last detail of compliance. If so, those regulations have totally failed to protect retail investors. Who cares if the rules are followed, if they don’t do what they need to do?

    Or actually, now I think about it, there’s a third option. Which is both of the above. Maybe, Morgan Stanley didn’t follow those rules and maybe, in any case, those rules are inadequate. Maybe the regulators are feeble; the banks dangerous, slipshod and unethical. Maybe the courts just can’t cope with the money and sophistication of the bandits they’re struggling to deal with. Perhaps, in fact, the entire, ugly, destructive machinery of Wall Street and the City of London is the same as it was in 2007: destroying value, threatening economies, beyond reach of the law.

    Time will tell which of these options is correct. But until we see the ‘too big to fail’ firms broken up and until we see bankers in jail for ruining the lives of countless retail investors, the system is failing. The end can’t come too soon.


  9. ronmamita says:

    “Corruption allegations, major fraud inquiries, a senate probe into deals with drug-running gangsters in Mexico … and a luxury yacht. Welcome to the world of banking 2012”

    BY IAN FRASER Sunday 22 July 2012

    Police could be poised to press charges against several HBOS bankers and consultants after a two-year investigation into large-scale fraud and corruption involving the Edinburgh-based bank.


  10. ronmamita says:

    “The G5′s new fake dollars and Euros are not being accepted as legal tender outside the G5 (US, UK, Germany, France and Italy).

    These computer-generated “Quantitative Easing” screen-numbers, conjured-up by élite keyboards at the US Fed and the European Central Bank, are being blocked on the instructions of the 147-nation Monaco Colloquium Group led by the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa).

    What is being blocked here are escalating US and EU Ponzi money issuances which fall outside the permissions settled within the BIS International Regulatory Framework for Banks (Basel III accords).

    Both the US and the EU have been cooking their visible debt books by cross firing debt to each other.

    A cross-firing scam is one where a sovereign nation or a major international bank attempts to conceal from auditors and rating agencies the fact that it is insolvent.

    The scamming nation or bank does this by setting up multiple debt-distributing (= debt concealing) paper transactions between internal departments and tame external shell companies. From the US point of view, the ECB is a tame external shell company; from the ECB point of view, the US Federal Reserve System is a tame external shell company.

    A cross-firing scam is often difficult for auditors and analysts to track due to the sheer number of changing transactions constantly flowing between the various components of the business and its external co-conspirators.

    The Monaco Colloquium Group is also refusing to purchase any more G5 bonds or financial products. The Chinese $47 trillion Lien in operation against the US Treasury and the US Federal Reserve Board remains in place.

    When Western capitalism finally collapses under the weight of its ownflesh-eating debt mathematics, and the long-planned democratic régime changes in the G5 nations take place, new gold-backed currencies will come on stream and universal debt forgiveness will be announced.

    The attempt by G5 NATO-backed mercenary militias in “The Syrian Civil War” to start a Middle East conflagration which draws in Iran, Israel and Russia will fail. Designed as a Libyan-style destabilisation and media-distraction, Russia, China and Turkey will prevent this fin de siècle NATO war-mongering.”


  11. ronmamita says:

    Rumors from Investors:
    Bill Murphy- ‘JP Morgan Is FINISHED! JPM Silver Scandal Will Rival LIBOR!’ (JPMorgan) in BIG TROUBLE, and when silver takes out $30 it’s probably going to go to $40 or $50 and it could do it fairly quickly‘.

    Murphy went on to say ‘the Gold Cartel and JP Morgan are starting to lose control of their manipulation of these low prices. Morgan’s position is going to be exposed, they don’t have the metal to keep the prices down here!‘


  12. ronmamita says:

    The Fed’s takeover of the bond market (possibly all the markets) and more signs of a imminent collapse as lack of trust grows in a rigged market!


  13. ronmamita says:

    Max Keiser to discuss the warning signs of an impending economic collapse:


  14. ronmamita says:

    “n this episode, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss the fact that we’re all cows eating candy during the global liquidity drought and yet Central Bank ‘farmers’ can’t see the ill-effects because the stock markets are at four year highs. In the second half of the show, Max Keiser talks to Dmitry Orlov about 2013: revolutionary travel advisories, economic and supply chain collapse and food stamp lines at Walmart.”


  15. ronmamita says:

    “Discover how to avoid one of the most widespread investment scams.”


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