Zuck Sells Millions of Facebook Shares Days Before Instagram Whistleblower, Global Outage of Facebook Apps. Moderna Insiders Selling Shares Despite Record Profits and Booster Approval. Pfizer CEO Sold 61% of PFE Shares in November 2020
Mark Zuckerberg went on a selling spree of Facebook stock shortly before shares plummeted on October 4th, 2021. A whistleblower appeared on 60 Minutes on October 3rd, 2021, claiming Instagram and Facebook were promoting hate speech and harmful content for profit, knowingly damaging the mental health of teens. The whistleblower interviewed on 60 minutes provided The Wall Street Journal with documents, leading to the publication of The Facebook Files.
Facebook experienced a worldwide outage that also took WhatsApp and Instagram (both owned by Facebook) offline for several hours:
On October 3rd, 2021, The Guardian published an extensive report about the Pandora Papers, which includes 2.6 terabytes of data about the financial dealings of some of the wealthiest and most powerful people in the world.
It is the largest release of offshore data in history. Coincidentally, the world’s largest social network, which encompasses Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp, went offline shortly after the Pandora Papers were released. 36% of US adults regularly get news from Facebook.
Also coincidentally, WhatsApp was used to share personal information in the Pandora Paper networks:
Facebook and its family apps (Instagram, WhatsApp) dominate the social media market, with 302.34 million American users and 3.51 billions users globally:
Mark Zuckerberg Insider Transactions
Mark Zuckerberg sold 77,300 shares of Facebook 5 times within the week preceding the global Facebook outage.
MRNA Insider Transactions
Moderna inside sell-off patterns have remained constant since late 2019, picking up at the end of 2020 and early 2021, when Moderna mRNA COVID-19 vaccines were distributed throughout the world.
Guru has 3 severe warnings for Moderna stocks:
Moderna has never turned a net profit:
Moderna experienced massive losses between 2018 and 2020:
Pfizer Insider Transactions: CEO Albert Bourla Sold 61.8% of His Pfizer Holdings in November 9th, 2020
The few insider transactions involving Pfizer stocks involved sale orders:
Albert Bourla, a Pfizer CEO sold 61.83% of his Pfizer stock holdings on November 9th, 2020:
Bourla is currently advocating for the use of COVID-19 booster vaccines: