Lloyds Banking Group downed by IT Glitch
Triskamarketphobia? (Fear of the number 13)
Posted on September 13, 2013
You gotta love it when the market has just run into overhead resistance in the S&P 1,686 level and just can’t seem to get enough traction, and then looks like it will fall back. You see, because the S&P and the Dow have not been able to punch through the old highs set on August 5th and 2nd respectively, the doors of hell could open in the next couple of weeks because (repeat after me) Crashes don’t just appear out of thin air: they occur often times 55-days, or so, from a major high (which is coming up soon enough) and along the way there, you’d expect (under Elliott wave rules) to see Wave 1 down, then a wave 2 rally, and the decline and rally would then give you some key insight as to what will happen next.
I will keep this to the point. For many months I have been warning that there will be a banking/financial cyber attack that will put the economy on it’s back. This was one of the scenarios that the banksters have been wargaming/simulating for years.
I became privy to it once it was revealed to me that not only are the banks open to it, but that they are doing nothing to prevent it. No real investments nothing in protecting vital banking infrastructre. I have in past alerts notified many as to the hacks that have syphoned billions from investors/depositors.
Over the last few weeks we have seen massive interruptions from online banking to exchanges shutting down for hours at time. This is not just a mere coincidence, when one takes into account the large scale of these disruptions. It becomes clear that something is fundamentally wrong. (Continued on Global Rumblings Blog)