Posted by: Puddy Dunne | July 8, 2015

The New York Stock Exchange suspended trading 11:32 a.m ET Wednesday morning.



11:5 for the (11) sheeple and for war (5) for the globalists

In a brief announcement, the exchange said it was experiencing a technical issue:

“We’re currently experiencing a technical issue that we’re working to resolve as quickly as possible. We will be providing further updates as soon as we can, and are doing our utmost to produce a swift resolution, communicate thoroughly and transparently, and ensure a timely and orderly market re-open,” the NYSE said. – CNN (readmore)

This is a preparation for the fist of the series that will involve the financial  and global grid transition. But more importantly it was a coded message for insiders.  Time for major preparation folks. You have been warned.



    “I think we’re just realigning the U.S. market with the declines elsewhere,” said Peter Boockvar, chief market analyst at The Lindsey Group.

    “Unfortunately the U.S. will remain headline-driven until earnings season which (starts) with Alcoa tonight,” Boockvar said. “Today will clearly be bullied around by headlines out of Greece.”

    The Next Earnings Season Starts Tonight! Alcoa

    The aluminum producer could use a hit this time. Share prices have plunged 9% year to date and 6% in the last three months as investors have worried about a slow recovery in global infrastructure investments. Alcoa has missed out on the 16% rally in the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJINDICES: ^DJI ) this year despite being a member of that illustrious index.

    The last card placed will crash the house of cards. Is it Alcoa?

    A Big Miss!!!

  2. China Investors are shitting bricks

    Jul 8, 2015 : Despite attempts by China’s authorities to bolster the country’s stock markets, the selling persists. James Mackintosh, FT investment editor, examines the bursting bubble, the chance for a reprieve and how the liquidity problem has worsened.

    America under cyberattack? New York Stock Exchange, United Airlines and the Wall Street Journal fall victim to hackers UPDATED: 11:53 EST, 8 July 2015

    Read more:
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    How would DHS know it’s not malicious within minutes? Because it was planned or forced to stave off huge selling algorithms.

  3. Why China’s stock market rout is a bigger problem than you think, in one chart

    chart by Stacy Jones

  4. You gotta have a war to correct this situation

    7/8/6 – 66 buy-sell (missing the 6 for investors) Stop the trigger.


  5. This is HOT NEWS Puddy. Surely not happenstance. Thanks for posting!

  6. It only takes 1 (second or third)

    Who will get out before we go back online? Call the SEC ask who got a payday.

  7. “Run Silent, Run Deep” —

    This kinda stuff by guv and mil is soon going to be in the dictionary under: “irony”.

    Remember folks! If you don’t see it, and don’t hear it, don’t smell it and don’t feel it…it ain’t happening. To quote M’s missive above, “Nothing to see here…move along”. Right.

    Yep, China plunging. Who’s profiting?

    • The guy starts out on fantasy CB’s and misses the epic success of the paperhangers. The Algorithmic trading consortium which includes the 1% administrators who can in less than a second create pain and pleasure on a trading floor by way of multi X-changes.

      Not only them but the secret I$I$ MIT guys can build it into the system with so-called glitches. As we know now the SEC is a tit on a bull as far as oversight or criminal prosecution of the elite (free of laws)

      What we witnessed yesterday was an event to further punish China as a BRICS heavy-weight. Like we have punished Russia, the methods and tools in the arsenal are bluebeam components for the MASTERS of the DOMAIN.

      Add the fact that CHINA’s people are largely novices and wary of the stock market and therefore what we are seeing is a panic. They got out before they lost their original investments. Whatever gains came and left, so dumping happened quickly. While others who got in high cant afford to lose, they must hope for the rebound which will not come as we know. We have had it since Soetoro08.

      Next China will have to start pulling the same manipulations, QE and othersimilar steps to stop the bleeding. But in the final analysis, China’s real estate bubble is only a pin prick away.

      Brazil, Russia and China have now seen the joo-joo-bees and what they can do to the global grid when they started the Putin campaign. Oil and commodities are supposed to bump stocks and PM’s. Look how the Masters have managed to have all three tank below the flying economy which is the US Bond Market. Such elementary observations cannot hide the scheme here and no MSM and Financial wizard can supply a “coverstory” let alone a reasonable explanation. They’d be honest to say corruption at it’s peak and stop with the ridiculous complex contrivances.

  8. Real misery in China. Apparently, they’re not letting anyone sell their stocks for the next six months. There goes whatever liquidity the young Chinese I saw having the time of their lives in Borneo used to have. As I understand, the whole Chinese economy has been stacked so precariously with young men, in particular, desperately struggling to get money to pay the bank for their loans on overpriced cars and real estate, which are needed in order to attract the rare and spoiled young female Chinese, that there is simply no leeway anywhere. Beats America’s pathetic little QE attempts by a mile or even a “li” (currently 500 meters, but could be longer or shorter, depending on the effort required to cover it). A pressure cooker of people every which way attempting to rip off any fool they can find. This will be very interesting. (I’m glad Japan has a self-defense force.)

    The town of Kota Kinabalu, Borneo, meanwhile, appeared in June to be totally reliant on Chinese tourists, with Europeans practically missing, no Americans, except me, a handful of Koreans and only one or two other Japanese. Malaysia has begun advertising for Japanese tourists.

    But the sh;tstorm is worldwide this time. Batten down the hatches lest it spill in.

    • I have been dealing with the chinese for over a year now. They are the most repectful and helpful people I have dealt with in some time. Even India was not as good an experience. This carrot they laid out before them was a government ponzi and I expect the Chinese government has managed to survive financially with their currency manips. Now like Greece and US the tab is being presented to the people.

      No doubt they were ready for TPP wars and BRICS. The thing that really annoys me is the BS that China hacked 21.5 mil FED employee files. This is so weak it’s laughable. The Chinese would go after tech or financial data but who wants FED employee data. Fake ID’s and SS# are for American conmen and Russian mafia. Iranian maybe, Israeli likely as well but Chinese, no way.

      • Thank you Patrick. I also think they are good people. The troubles that I hear about seem to arise from sheer desperation to stay atop the juggernaut as it trundles toward the cliff. On the other hand, I hope Japan’s fears of invasion are unfounded as resource wars and environmental destruction lead countries into desperate maneuvers. America is a much, much bigger concern to me

        • No doubt-it explains the divide and conquer so heavily being dumped on USAinc sheeple. If we knew our part in the scheme that has killed a billion already, any racism, ethnic differences or philosophies would fly out the window like a dove and be replaced by a fierce bird of prey.

          I do not doubt they have crapped their pants a few times thinking about the violence in which their mind controlled masses are capable of once the jig is up. Too bad we will not have this chance as they will surely disappear when that time comes. Instead the angry, fear ridden violence will be pointed at a particular generality of years of Joo-joo programming.

          The irony of the pogrom is that they are working to hit a “reset switch” and that is what “we the people” of this rock should hit at the same time. That would destroy them. MAJOR FAIL. But I do not expect this to be the outcome, though it is nice to think about it.

          • About ten years ago, I began looking around for a decent place to be living when the economy comes unglued, and I became aware that a lot of wealthy people were doing the same. It quickly became clear that there was nowhere to go, where the Europeans haven’t screwed over the population so badly historically that they wouldn’t just grin at a chance to give us a taste of it. As Europe and America lose their grip, we’ll see if they are any more charitable than we (collectively) were. What will probably be most important from now on will be to live in a trustworthy community that you have cultivated for while, but more importantly, have nothing anyone else would want to get from you. A lot of the very wealthy seem to think they can escape off to some rich bastards’ enclave somewhere like Dubai. I pity them.

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