“Money”: a Virtual Digital Particle Created by Keystrokes

Wolf here: occasionally I highlight comments that add a different angle or flavor or an illustration or more depth to an article published on Wolf Street. This comment by “RDE” is in response to my article, Pump and Dump: How to Rig the Entire IPO Market with just $20 Million (read over 10,000 times so far and still going strong). I chose the comment because it’s hilarious, but so true in many ways!

All kinds of funny words in this article—

“Investment”: The purchase of a casino chit for a casino that is rumored to exist.

“Market”: The quaint notion of a place where buyers and sellers meet to collectively establish value and pricing.

“Valuation”: See above.

“Money”: a virtual digital particle created by keystrokes at the private Federal Reserve central bank that assumes quantum reality when loaned into existence, thus creating an energy state of debt servitude. Originally connected to “valuation” — a connection long since dissolved and replaced by the debt servitude energy field. By commenter “RDE”

Wolf here: if you have your own favorite “funny words,” as RDE calls them, and some good definitions, include them below in the comments. If we come up with enough of these words, I might collect them and post them (with attribution) as sort of a mini-dictionary to be expanded and updated as we go.

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  2 comments for ““Money”: a Virtual Digital Particle Created by Keystrokes

  1. Si says:

    Love it!

    “muppet” : see gullible

    “MSM” : a ‘go to’ place for those who want comfort

    “IRA” : see vapourware

    “retirement” : a belief in a particular future stemming from the above

  2. RDE says:

    Rule of Law: The rule that states that a law can be purchased by prior investment in political power. (see Jon Corzine)

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