#UNRIG Video (34:46) Naked Short Selling Interview #3 – Susanne Trimbath on $100 Trillion Wall Street Crime Spree



Susanne Trimbath, Ph.D. is the author of the single most important book in modern times documenting how Wall Street loots pension funds and engages in massive pervasive criminal activity that in enabled and also covered-up by government officials including those working for the Security Exchange Commission and the Senators and staff of the Senate Banking Committee.

She is CEO and Chief Economist of STP Advisory Services. Dr. Trimbath’s credits include appearances on national television and radio programs and the Emmy® Award nominated Bloomberg report Phantom Shares. Dr. Trimbath served as a Technical Advisor to the California Economic Strategy Panel and Associate Professor of Finance and Business Economics at University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business. Dr. Trimbath was formerly Senior Research Economist at the Milken Institute and Senior Advisor on the Russian capital markets project for KPMG.

Her two books, the first technical and the second a narrative, are:

Lessons Not Learned: 10 Steps to Stable Financial Markets

Naked, Short, and Greedy: Wall Street’s Failure to Deliver

Her business web site is https://stpadvisors.com/

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  1. So, if you don’t have possession of the certificate, you don’t actually own the stock shares in your “account”. You may get dividends, and you can sell for cash settlement, but someone else holds title to the shares. That’s just like the paper metals market, such as the GLD fund. Try asking for the metal. Not going to happen. There is just no rule of law for big financial concerns. Government regulatory agencies are a bad joke. This whole shit show needs destruction. Maybe something better can come from the ashes, with sound money and rule of law.

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