dark pool
 n.— «“The situation now is that the CFTC is sitting there looking at one screen, one piece of the picture, which is whatever is happening on the exchanges. Meanwhile, an increasing volume in dollars is taking place in the form of over-the-counter activity where no one can see it… there is still a blind spot with respect to the true over-the-counter activity that is going on, which represents billions and billions of dollars.” This trading in what the industry calls “dark pools” amounts to a third of all commodities activity, easily enough for the manipulators to remain hidden.» —“Fake Inflation Statistics and the New World Order Heralds Class Warfare” by Richard C. Cook The Market Oracle Aug. 3, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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