are basically owned by the same company, for most this doesn't really matter until.... A company decides to take a controversial stance on a political issue, or introduce a new product that would disrupt the foundations of the economic status quo, the investment funds can exert punishment:
Suddenly selling off millions of shares and avoiding the company like poison would have a severely negative effect.
As long as these companies proceed with business as usual, there’s really nothing to notice. The system hums in its normal way. And that’s the whole point. Don’t rock the boat.
Facebook operating as a consumer self-spying machine, laying out people’s personal details? Monsanto taking over the food supply with its dangerous and toxic GMO-pesticide technology?
And don’t forget that Facebook deleted the March Against Monsanto’s main event at Monsanto headquarters back in August, now we see why.
That’s business as usual. And the same top investment funds will continue to hold millions of shares in both companies. Because both companies are part of the same overall system.
You have a company that intends to launch a new cheap energy technology that would revolutionize the planet? Or a natural plant-based treatment for cancer that actually works, with no devastating adverse effects? And you’re going to go public and look for vital and necessary support from investment funds?
That’s a whole other issue. That’s definitely not normal. Watch out. #ThisShitGottaStop