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Thread: The Capitalist Machine. Made in the U.S.A

  1. #1 The Capitalist Machine. Made in the U.S.A 
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    How Stocks Are Valued

    If the first 999 shares were bought for a $1, and the 1,000th share was bought for $10,000, the brokers tell you all of the shares are now worth a $10,000.

    Total shares 1000 shares
    Last share price x $10,000

    Company value $10,000,000

    All that went in is $10,999, and that's all that can really come out. But, coincidentally, that's what the bailout money is pumped into, "the Market!" And its buying up those shares at 10k from insider's who had foreknowledge (inner circle) who bought at $1.

    No paper trail...

    All digital...

    The $10,000,000 number is a hoax and a inherited national debt by "We the People."

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    Stocks are valued the same way anything else is. What another person will pay for the future potential of a public company. Market Value (Cap) is the value of one share times the number of shares. 1.00 X 999 or the actual number of shares would have a market cap of 1/1000th if the next trade was 1,000 dollars.

    I see no connection to National Debt or what paper trail has to do with anything.
    Everything is recorded, backed up 100 times and can be accessed anytime. The National Debt, to begin with is a means to control inflation. Rather than just printing more money to cover expenses the money is borrowed from a source and an interest paid, the incentive to loan. Any Country that bothers to control inflation (many just print money) has some form of National Debt, and could at any time simply pay off that debt, including the US.

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    Unless Im mistaken, fractional reserves means the government borrows money thats in great part made out of thin air, the same way as if they had printed it, so the inflationary effect is proportional to printing the money and deleting it(in lieu of payment) imo. But the difference, is that when you delete money instead of paying back the loan you save on the interests which can itself cumulate to a level equal to multiple times the amount of the loan.

    So if you borrow 1 billion and pay interest, you'll end up paying more than 1 billion by the time you finish paying, which means that having payed 1 billion back you will still owe a large amount. Its a gigantic racket for a country that can issue money to match internal productive economic activity to borrow at interest.
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