Thursday, June 26, 2014

American corporations fleeing and Ronnie Moas Blacklist

Ronnie Moas with Max
Alright, I'm coming out hard today, well like that's nothing new!  Here we have once again the Keiser Report with the beloved Stacy Herbert turning the pages on what's going on in the upside down world of big money.  First large American Corps. will be fleeing the country in search for lower taxes of profits made, this has also contributed to shell companies abroad in tax shelters in avoiding paying their fair share to the country where they are based.  The U.S. government has made foreign banks come to the table to expose such companies and individuals or fees will be paid for hiding their customers'. Swiss bank Credit Suisse pleaded guilty Monday to the charge that it facilitated wealthy Americans who sought to commit tax evasion, becoming the first major bank to admit criminal wrongdoing in over 20 years and agreeing to pay $2.6 billion in fines. 

The United States has the highest corporate tax rate in the world, at 35%, add in state and local taxes and it averages 40%.  Yet overseas you can pay as little as 15%  and Walgreens mentioned yesterday they might be leaving America.  Go ahead, get out of here and by all means take your other pals with ya along with the nimrods' in congress, we'll rebuild and be better for it.

Also in the first half of the show, The Keiser Report brings to light the over leverage effect. They discuss the one singleton of aluminum that could be the collateral for tens of millions of pounds worth of properties and passports in the UK.  When the banks go to collect on the collateral, all they will find is a pair of crickets in the corner.

Now for the worst part for some and best part for many,  a theory I myself have worked on (G.C.C.U.) to make all of us (the consumer) a better player on the man-made board of Monopoly.  Max interviews Ronnie Moas of philanthropy and about blacklisting and boycotting 'bad' companies.  Ronnie, today is the top adviser on stock purchases in the world, his platform Standpoint Research is a Wall Street giant but has come to an abrupt change.

From Ronnie:

Of the nearly 200 active research firms and fund managers that Motley Fool has been tracking since 2006 -- in affiliation with and Yahoo!  Finance that has a statistically significant sample size of recommendations on file, Standpoint Research is the # 1 ranked firm for accuracy through January 11, 2014 – 69.77% of our (371) time-stamped recommendations since Q4, 2008 beat the S&P-500 by at least 500 bps.  No audited firm in financial services can match that figure.  We did this without taking a sector bet, market cap bet or directional bet.  In fact most of the major research firms trail us by more than twenty percentage points.  (end from Ronnie)

That is huge statistics and loved by the fund managers but wait;  so not only are large corporations seeking lower taxes, wages, healthcare to increase profits for shareholders but a new cost is on the horizon, morale of employees and affect on humanity.  Ronnie explains, "Philanthropy & Philosophy was created in order to educate, seek justice, tell the truth, raise awareness and activism, and encourage more charitable giving and philanthropy.  I am nauseated and infuriated by what I see in our society and will try to change the system until I am out of breath. Speaking nicely to the upper classes and corporations has gotten the poor and unfortunate in this world -- and those speaking on their behalf -- nowhere.  I am going to take a more aggressive approach and hopefully the results will be better.  If I am forced to humiliate those at the top -- I will."

All the tea in China will not have an effect on public view here on out.  Once more there are tools being developed at a grass root level that will bring about change for all societies of humanity.  One tool that is going to turn into a massive fund leader will be hedge funds that downgrade stocks of corporations doing humanity injustice.  Welcome to The New World Order, brought to you by the public, we're now in the game.  Who do you want to take out?  And the band played on, oh the poor dears don't like the new music, tough!  It's sack time!

You know what touched this man?  Ronnie went for a walk and came to the understanding of what it is to be more humane than human.  You'll read into that at his about page at Philanthropy and Philosophy.

Thanks for showing up Ronnie, your what's rightwiththeship Sir!  Many more coming on board day by day.   

Here's Ronnie of Standpoint Research Feb. 2014 Blacklist

Philanthropy and Philosophy

Standpoint Research 

Globe Backyard TV

Top Ranking Stock Analyst Calls for Mass Wealth Redistribution

Abby Martin interviews Ronnie Moas, Founder of Standpoint Research and Creator of about his work as an ethical stock analyst and why he's urging Wall Street to consider massive wealth redistribution. Ronnie comes on at the 19:00 min timestamp.  


Moral and Ethical Grounds 

This is Fast Money from CNBC and it's still up!  Way to go CNBC, you guys on our side?  Well, it doesn't look that way.

Debt and Deception and Ronnie Moas prt 2 Interview
Debt and deception that led to the bond market sell off in 2013, the ongoing crisis of fraud and dark pools in London and falsified gold contracts in China.

Also continued from episode 619 from above (American corporations fleeing and Ronnie Moas Blacklist) Max asked Ronnie if he could stay for another episode, so here it is.  "Ronnie" prt 2, timestamp 13:15 with Max as Ronnie is downgrading Philip Morris, Apple, Amazon, McDonald's, CVS and Walmart to Strong Sell -- Blacklisted on Ethical and Moral Grounds.

Channel "RT TV"

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Well I got a feeling something is going wrong for the Board!

I really enjoy mixing tunes with the writings and this one sums it up, as the shoe is becoming the other foot.  I've mentioned this since day one, writing on what started this shit and how to change it!  Well, we're changing Pod and you can feel that.

Chickenfoot's (with Joe Satriani) first album is re-released and re-packaged with a bonus disc featuring 4 exclusive live tracks from the "Different Devil" tour: Lighten Up, Big Foot, Last Temptation and Something Going Wrong. This video combines never-before-seen footage from rehearsal and performance and backstage footage from the Different Devil tour.




  1. I really Like Ronnie Moas. He's GREAT at rating technology stocks

    1. Glade you came out here Ronnie, (gave me the chance to review the post) the CNBC player needed to be updated on your interview Downgrading Apple for 'moral reasons'.

      You're not only great at ratings on technology stocks but what's better about you is your heat.