A chart is worth a Million Words
By D, published on RTS July 30, 2013
With huge thanx to the research team…. who are having an absolute blast asking “What do I know?” and then clicking on a link and discovering all sorts of fun stuff!!! I dont’ even know if it’s possible to formulate an article around all that they have dug up and discovered and dragged out from under the carpet. I might just have to post an article that is entirely made up of links and say “Have fun with this!!”.
A picture may be worth a thousand words…. but a chart is worth a million!!!
This first set of charts is from Fair Whistleblower:
Now, this next one is a doozy!!! just for the fun of it I’ll put the picture of the chart here, but you’ll have to click on the link, which will take you to the original so that you can zooooooom in!!
Citi Group structure
Yea…. this is another one where you really might need to go to the original link to truly see the astoundingness of this chart:
Here is the link to the pdf that this HSBC chart was taken from :
Now… the interesting thing with HSBC is that this chart only shows the “HSBC” named companies for the most part. BUT…. if you take it another level down and take a look at the banks listed here then you can see all the banks that these banks control.
If you go and investigate HSBC Trinkaus- which is in Germany, then you can start to see the spiders web very easily found on wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HSBC_Trinkaus
Right at the bottom of the page:
|Minority stakes and joint ventures:|
Well isn’t that interesting? Did you know that Midland Bank in the USA was/is HSBC? Follow the yellow brick road and you’ll find some interesting things. Just click on the SABB links and follow that around for a bit….. some interesting banking history in there.
I have a bit more to share later… for now I’m chilling out with my kids and trying to stay cool. Have an awesome day my friends!