Kyle Bass Triumphs From Others’ Loss


Posted by LLJ43 | Posted in Astouding Business News | Posted on 01-03-2016

It seems as though it all started in 2008, when Kyle Bass successfully predicted America’s sub-prime lending practices would result in financial collapse. Everyone immediately revered Bass as an intelligent individual with great financial acumen when it came to larger markets. But though this gave Bass a virtually inexhaustible platform from which to spew his opinions/manipulations, his predictive track-record since 2008 is anything but spotless. In fact, the few “clean” spots you’ll find are the kind which may have been accurately predicted by anyone who just loudly stated their opinions on global economics. As the old saying goes, “even a blind hog gets an acorn once in a while.”

Kyle Bass isn’t a blind hog, though; he’s more of an evil fox. The man is beholden to Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner. It “seems” as though Bass came from nowhere, but his ties to de Kirchner paint a hidden background.

For those who don’t know, Useful Stooges exposed through their “Kyle Bass: The frantic investments of a desperate gambler” article that de Kirchner is the socialist president-cum-despot of Argentina. The woman has defaulted the country on two separate occasions over the span of thirteen years. That kind of poor financial acumen is downright historical, and will be remembered for years to come if nothing else about the woman is. Kyle Bass always supports what de Kirchner does, and that’s suspicious activity from a financier. Unless, of course, Bass is one of her lackeys. If he’s a lackey propped up by de Kirchner in the first place, suddenly his initial predictions, and subsequent failures, make sense.

Kyle Bass runs a hedge fund out of Texas that regularly under-performs even mediocre hedge-funds of the same peerage in America. Yet Bass continues to make predictions. Somehow he isn’t losing money, and this becomes an enigma until one is made aware of CAD.

CAD is the Coalition for Affordable Drugs. What CAD does is use special interest groups and the kind of bobble-headed socialites who truly don’t understand politics or finance to undercut big-ticket pharmaceutical companies. CAD lowers the cost on their drugs, decimating their profits and restricting said companies from further development. As a result, future infirm people lose out, and perhaps even the world–American pharmaceutical companies are the cream of the crop, as far as biotech goes. Finally, Bass short-sells any stock he’s got in the organizations he’s sicced CAD on, and makes millions.

In a nutshell: Bass tricks the sick into bleeding money out of big organizations for him. He makes money from the loss of others, and acts as though he’s their friend in the process.