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    Thursday, October 27, 2011

    How Wall St Bank execs launder $$$

    I'm a former stock broker series 3 & 7 (Dean Witter)

    Paradigm Intel: Source fully protected.
    How Wall St Bank executives are laundering Billions 

    We know who some of you are
    and we are coming for you.

    One can launder $ by going Long Xyz in USA
    And go short Xyz in Afghanistan or other country.
    Don't need an exchange just a internet connection.

    As long as the same entity owns both sides
    of the trade they NEVER loose.
    (except commissions)
    What they loose on one trade they gain
    on the other trade.

    Going both long and short, means what you loose
    on one side of the Trade you make up on the other
    side. You are just transferring money from loosing 
    trade to winning trade.

    In order to launder the money, you simultaneously
    close both trades, WHEN  THE MONEY/PROFIT
    IS on the trade in the country your moving the money to.

    Long Xyz $1 m USA
    Short Xzy $1 m Afghan.

    Price drops 10%.
    Your long position is down 10% in USA
    Your short position is UP 10% in Afghan.
    Close both sides and U show a loss of 10% in USA
    But in Afghan you made a profit of 10%

    While there is time risk, as you can't 
    transfer money on demand, you never 
    risk a loss.

    10% of $1 m is $100,000.

    You show a tax loss in USA on long position,
    and moved $100,000 to Afghan on short position,

    As long as the same entity,Wall St Bank execs, terrorist, drug lords,etc
    own both sides, there never is a net loss on the
    combined accounts.
    If you call the trade correctly, you can undetected
    move large sums with out risk of loss.

    If you call the trade wrong, you break even.
    What you loose in one country is a profit in the 
    other country.
    If the trade moves against you on the long side,
    goes UP, you have a profit on the long side, but
    a loss on the short side.

    What is the potential for calling the trades correctly?
    I refer you to  some of the better hedge funds 
    for % profits/$money moved.

    Counter measures: 
    Because it is crucial both side be closed out 
    at exact same price the trades would match 
    for time of execution and volume, some place
    in the world, USA and Afghan for example.
    And looking for a account with established losses
    over a long time.

    Large trades matching exact time,price and volume 
    could be a laundry session.

    Internet Anthropologist

    Ex-Goldman Sachs director freed on $10 million bail, they accepted his Check,


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