BlackRock and Vanguard: The Two Giants That Own Everything

BlackRock and Vanguard: The Unseen Powerhouses

The financial world has witnessed a significant shift in recent years, with two colossal giants emerging as the dominant forces: BlackRock and Vanguard. These two asset management companies have amassed enormous budgets and influence over a vast array of industries, making them seemingly omnipresent. This article will delve into some of the prominent businesses they own, the extent of their funding, and the influence they wield, while highlighting the issues they may pose to the market and their potential connections to government entities.

With a combined total of more than $14 trillion in assets under management, BlackRock and Vanguard have become two of the most powerful entities in the financial world. These giants have their fingers in countless pies, with investments in virtually every sector of the global economy. Their ownership stakes in top corporations make them significant players in determining market trends and the future of many industries.

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  1. I know, it’s hard to believe that they own EVERYthing! A valuable tool for those doing their own research is

    Any stock that is traded in a market can be found there. Scroll over to “holders” to view the top ten “asset managers” which own the most stock in a company. Vanguard and Blackrock and then State Street are invariably at the top. Many of the top ten are asset managers which are also owned by Vanguard and Blackrock.

    I learned of this monopolization of the market in 2021, and looked up the top companies in News, Media, Telecommunications, Investment Companies, Military Industrial Complex, Big Pharma, Banks, Mortgage Lenders, Insurance, Big Ag, Big Food, etc.

    It is all colossally rigged!

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