Shhh! If you can make chem trails and RF heat them, you can make money on the drought, flood, both!...while of course maintaining the primary globalist Weather Control goal of GENOCIDE
I realized that if you control the weather you can make money on the agri - (crops) futures commodities market. Here is what I found, it is far worse...
Weather Derivatives Market
The weather market traces its roots to deregulation of the U.S. energy industry. Variability in weather conditions had always been recognized as one of the most significant factors affecting energy consumption, however the effects of unpredictable (only if you are NOT making the chem trails and steering the joy stick of the RF heaters to cause the draught, rain, flood, unpredictable if you don't know this exists) seasonal weather patterns had previously been absorbed and managed within a regulated, monopoly environment. The cover story is with deregulation, the various participants in the process of producing, marketing, and delivering energy to U.S. households and businesses were left to confront weather as a new and significant risk to their bottom line. Of course the globalists make money controlling the crops, from seed to table, make money in the weather market that they also control. In this rigged - (crop destruction) - weather derivatives market...it makes a one-armed bandit in Vegas look like a legitimate retirement option (if you own the bandit of course).
The market has grown rapidly since its inception in 1997. Expansion has occurred on a number of fronts, since the highly classified global in scope, weather weapons programs is of course still denied, still officially secret:
Beyond the obvious initial applications of weather derivatives to hedging energy risk, the market has expanded to address a wide array of weather risks faced by numerous other industry sectors. A U.S. Department of Commerce estimate indicates that more than $1 trillion of U.S. economic activity is exposed to the weather, and transactions over the past several years have provided weather protection to companies in sectors as diverse as entertainment, retail, agriculture, and construction. A sampling of weather risks faced by various industries is presented in the table below.
Figure (ABOVE) - Links Between Weather and Financial Risk
Trading Weather on a speculative basis - like the Commodity Futures Market
In many ways, the weather market represents a convergence between the insurance market and the broader financial markets. As the market grew, it quickly attracted involvement not just of other energy traders but also of insurers and reinsurers, investment banks, and hedge funds. Although the insurance industry was accustomed to providing coverage for more catastrophic risks than the seasonal weather variations covered by the weather market, it found the weather market attractive for two reasons. First, there was a close similarity between weather derivatives and traditional 'mother nature' insurance products covering property damage and business interruption, and second there was a strong overlap between the skills needed to participate in the weather market and the insurance industry's core actuarial and risk management expertise. At the same time, investment banks and commercial banks saw weather derivatives as a financial risk management product that they could cross-sell along with other financial products for hedging interest rate or currency risks. Finally, some commodity traders and hedge funds saw opportunities to trade weather on a speculative basis, or to take advantage of arbitrage opportunities relative to other energy or agricultural commodities. Today, all three sectors - energy trading, insurance, and the capital markets - are well represented in both trading and origination activities.
Weather transactions today can be structured to cover almost any type of weather variable (temperature, rainfall, snow, wind speed, humidity, etc.), to have terms from as short as a week to as long as several years, and to have potential payouts ranging from a few tens of thousands of dollars for small risks to as much as $100 million or more for much larger exposures.
Global Chem Trailing for Dollars
The weather market has quickly expanded beyond the U.S., both in terms of the types of risks being addressed and the nationalities of firms involved in the market. Countries in which weather transactions have been completed include the U.S., the U.K., Australia, France, Germany, Norway, Sweden, Mexico, and Japan.
Although most trading in the weather market is still over-the-counter, standardized weather derivative contracts are now listed on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME), the Intercontinental Exchange (ICE), and the London International Financial Futures and Options Exchange (LIFFE). Increasing trading volumes in these contracts is having positive impacts on market liquidity and price discovery.
Typical Weather Derivative - A weather derivative is defined by several elements, explained below:
- Referenced Weather Station - All weather contracts are based on the actual observations of weather at one or more specific weather stations. Most transactions are based on a single station, although some contracts are based on a weighted combination of readings from multiple stations and others on the difference in observations at two stations.
- Underlying Index - The underlying index of a weather derivative defines the measure of weather which governs when and how payouts on the contract will occur. The most common indexes in the market are Heating Degree Days (HDDs) and Cooling Degree Days (CDDs) - these measure the cumulative variation of average daily temperature from 65oF or 18oC over a season and are standard indexes in the energy industry that correlate well with energy consumption. A wide range of other indexes are also used to structure transactions that provide the most appropriate hedging mechanisms for end-users in various industries. Average temperature is another common index for non-energy applications, and some transactions are based on so-called event indexes which count the number of times that temperature exceeds or falls below a defined threshold over the contract period. Similar indexes are also used for other variables; for example cumulative rainfall or the number of days on which snowfall exceeds a defined level.
- Contract Term - All contracts have a defined start date and end date that constrain the period over which the underlying index is calculated. The most common terms in the market are November 1 through March 31 for winter season contracts and May 1 through September 30 for summer contracts, however there have been an increasing volume of trading in one month and one week contracts as the market has grown. Some contracts also specify variable index calculation procedures within the overall term - such as exclusion of weekends or double weighting on specific days - to address individual end-user business exposures.
- Structure - Weather derivatives are based on standard derivative structures such as puts, calls, swaps, collars, straddles, and strangles. Key attributes of these structures are the strike (the value of the underlying index at which the contract starts to pay out), the tick size (the payout amount per unit increment in the index beyond the strike), and the limit (the maximum financial payout of the contract).
- Premium - The buyer of a weather option pays a premium to the seller that is typically between 10 and 20% of the notional amount of the contract, however this can vary significantly depending on the risk profile of the contract. There is typically no upfront premium associated with swaps.
One common form of weather derivative is a put option providing protection against a warm summer. Such a transaction might look like this:
Reference weather station: St. Louis Lambert Airport (WBKN #64849)
Underlying index: Heating Degree Days
Contract term: May 1 - Sept 30
Structure: Put option
Strike = 4850 HDDs
Tick size = $5,000
Limit = $2 million
So the streams (chem trails) in the skies and other weather modification methods, with the RF (HAARP) and other Heaters serve an intern purpose - more rigged financial gain, theft, by the robber barons that need no more money...until they have altered all the crops genetically, caused all the famine and pestilence and plagues as written the final book of the bible, the book of revealing, the book of Revelations, caused the genocide of billions soon.
What's Next: Until more than 10% of the middle class population, turn off TV and realize that global weather is vastly controlled by classified weather weapons, it will be 'BUSINESS AS USUAL'. Congratulations, if you digested this, you are one of 'the ten'.