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THE INTERCORPORATIONAL GLOBAL INDEX (IGI)

IINTERCORPORATIONAL GLOBAL INDEX (IGI) STOCK TICKER SYMBOLS

AMERICA, INC.

CORPORATE PROPAGANDA OFFICIAL TEASER

America, Inc  -  Corporate Propaganda Book Teaser

PRIOR TO THE CREATION OF INTERCORPEX, INVESTORS REFERRED TO "THE MARKET" AS IF THE WORD HAD A SINGULAR MEANING. IN REALITY, GAUGING THE RISE AND FALL OF STOCK MARKETS ARE MEASURED BY INDICES THAT OFTEN DO NOT MOVE IN TANDEM. THE OLDEST AND MOST POPULAR WAS A PRICE WEIGHTED INDEX KNOWN AS THE DOW JONES INDUSTRIAL AVERAGE (DJIA) IT INCLUDED THE STOCKS OF THE THIRTY MOST INFLUENTIAL COMPANIES IN UNITED STATES AND WAS ORIGINALLY COMPUTED BY AVERAGING THE PER-SHARE PRICE OF THE STOCKS OF EACH COMPANY IN THE INDEX. THAT METHODOLOGY WAS ABANDONED LONG BEFORE THE CRASH OF 2029.

 

 

OVERVIEW OF THE FLAGSHIP INDEX - THE IGI

AME

AUS

CHN

RUS

UKM

INA

SEA

GER

SAH

SSA

SAF

LNA

BRZ

SPN

SAM

CAM

EEU

SEU

PAC

BAL

UAC

PER

KOR

ARA

JPN

FRA

SCA

CBN

PGA

WAF

EAF

TKY

STN

IND

ISR

 

 

CORPORATE NAME

TICKER SYMBOL

America

Australia

China

Russia

United Kingdom

India

SE Asia

Germany

Saharan Africa

Sub-Saharan Africa

South Africa

Latin America

Brazil

Spain

South America

Central America

E. Europe

S Europe

Pacific Islands

Baltic Region

United Arab Corporations

Persia

Korea

Arabia

Japan

France

Scandanavia

Caribbean Corporations

Patagonia

West Africa

East Africa

Turkey

Stans

Indonesia/Phillipines

Israel

 

 

 

MAJOR SUBSIDIARY (AFTER MERGER)

Canada, North Mexico

New Zealand

Mongolia

 

 

 

 

Austria, Czech

 

 

 

 

Paraguay, Uraguay

Portugal

 

South Mexico

 

 

 

 

THE DJIA REPRESENTED ABOUT A QUARTER OF THE VALUE OF THE ENTIRE U.S. STOCK MARKET PRIOR TO THE COLLAPSE. BROADER INDICES, SUCH AS THE STANDARD & POOR'S 500, NASDAQ COMPOSITE, AND RUSSELL 2000  WERE MADE UP OF MORE WIDELY TRADED STOCKS REPRESENTING ABOUT 70% OF THE TOTAL VALUE OF U.S. STOCK MARKETS. TODAY, THE IGI IS COMPRISED OF 100% OF THE PARTICIPATING PARENT CORPORATION STOCKS ON THE INTERCORPORATIONAL EXCHANGE. IT IS THE MOST ACCURATE MEASUREMENT OF MACROECONOMIC MOVEMENT AND REQUIRES NO GUESSWORK AS TO THE DIRECTION OF THE MARKET ON A GIVEN DAY.

 

THERE ARE THIRTY-FIVE STOCKS OF PARENT COMPANIES CURRENTLY TRADING ON THE IGI. MEMBER CORPORATIONS HAVE REMAINED SOMEWHAT STATIC OVER THE PAST DECADE, DESPITE COUNTLESS OVERTURES OF MERGERS AND DIVESTITURES.