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2,250,000 Contracts Betting Against October S&P 500
Open Interest in Shorting the S&P 500 Index in October has climbed to over 2,250,000. (Source) This is historically unprecidented and shows that the Satanic Psychopaths are bringing down the whole economic house of cards. The S&P 500 represents the top 500 companies with the greatest amount of money invested in their stocks. Altogether, the S&P 500 represent 75 cents of every dollar invested in the stock market.
"Open interest, the total number of open contracts on a security, applies primarily to the futures market. Open interest is a concept all futures traders should understand, because it is often used to confirm trends and trend reversals for futures and options contracts...
A contract has both a buyer and a seller, so the two market players combine to make one contract. The open interest position that is reported each day represents the increase or decrease in the number of contracts for that day.. (Source)
There is a total of 4.56 trillion dollars invested in the S&P 500, much of it came from TAARP. Most of it is managed by Institutional Investors like Mutual Funds, ETFs, Hedge Funds, Insurance Companies and Banks. The little guy has very little control over market trends, if any at all. In order for the theft of 4.56 trillion dollars to occur, the institutional investors must be willing to sell Put Options against their portfolios.
The other end of the transaction, or the buyer of these Put Options, will realize a 400% return for every 100 points the S&P Index falls during the month of October (Put Options run from September 20th to October 20th). If the market falls 80-90%, which, based on the current Open Interest is highly possible, then a contract that costs $2600 at the strike price of 1135 would be worth the following:
Strike Price: Contract Value
1135 (9/23/11) $2600
As Market Declines Contract Increases in Value:
S&P Index: Contract Value Market Drop
1035 $10,000 100 points
935 $20,000 200 points
835 $30,000 300 points
535 $50,000 500 points
135 $90,000 900 points
In other words, with a 90% drop in the S&P 500, a $2,600 investment at yesterday's market close would become $90,000.
The Open Interest at 2.6 million contracts would seem to represent a combined investment of est. 4.5 billion dollars betting against the S&P 500 on Friday. With a 90% drop those contracts become valued at 180 billion dollars. If I am correct this number will escalate dramatically, and S&P Put Options will become the favorite investment of Satanic Psychopaths everywhere.
Its all about transferring your money into their pockets, something they are very adept at doing.
1. If you can afford to lose a few bucks buy some S&P Put Options. This should be considered a high-risk investment, and I would not put a penny into Put Options unless you are willing to risk losing it all. If you are interested in doing this, I can help you (for a consult fee). Email me at email@example.com
2. If you need help with your portfolio, I can also help you minimize risk for a consult fee. Email me.
3. Silver and gold prices are a screaming buy right now. I sell both. Email me to take physical possession of precious metals.