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Healthcare Of Ontario Pension Plan (HOOPP) Owns Stock In Vaccines & Masks Being Pushed

 


The Ontario Science Table lists groups in the health care sector as its partners. Whether or not the individual members support this, and to what extent, the pensions of a lot of people are tied up in promoting their agenda.


HOOPP, the Healthcare of Ontario Pension Plan has some interesting medical holdings. This is at least according the SEC, or U.S. Securities and Exchanges Commission. While there is nothing inherently bad in investing in your own field, it will be driven by the way you want it to go.


The fund claims to have over $100 billion in net assets, or equity. Fair enough, let’s take a look at where some of that money is.


COMPANY AMOUNT

1Life Healthcare $540,000

3M Co. $462,000

Alexion Pharmaceuticals $34,891,000

Alnylam Pharmaceuticals $213,000

Alpha Healthcare Acquisition Corp $2,232,000

Amplitude Health Care Acquisition $930,000

Bausch Health Cos $2,366,000

Biogen Inc. $235,000

CVS Health Corp $32,871

Cytomx Therapeutics Inc. $835,000

Deerfield Healthcare Technology Acquisition $2,696,000

DFP Healthcare Acquisition $3,633,000

Gilead Sciences $6,420,000

HCA Healthcare $142,000

Healthcare Merger Corp. $1,019,000

Jazz Pharmaceuticals PLC $3,538,000

Johnson & Johnson $34,401,000

Livongo Health Inc. $6,169,000

Merck & Co. $6,221,000

Pfizer $38,467,000

Regeneron Pharmaceuticals $1,052,000


The individual companies weren’t named in the HOOPP paperwork, so a visit to the SEC was needed for that. For reference, Gilead is the manufacturer of Veklury, also known as Remdesivir, a drug (not a vaccine) to counter Covid-19. It was given interim authorization to be used in Canada. Janssen (which is owned by Johnson & Johnson) also has an authorized “vaccine” in Canada. So does Pfizer, which is partnered with BioNTech. Yes, these are the same companies.

As for the next group, this is on the list of things that will make you go “hmmm”. If health care workers in Ontario were expecting, or wanting, a shutdown of society, these would be the companies to invest in.

A serious question: does it come across as a conflict of interest when health care workers are pushing pharmaceuticals which their pension plans own stock in? And it gets stranger.

COMPANY AMOUNT
Alibaba Group Holdings $730,000,000
Alphabet Inc. $4,799,000
Amazon $18,848
Beyond Meat Inc. $151,000
Blackline Software $16,000
Blackrock $85,000
Blackstone Group $625,000
Broadcom Inc. $181,000
Coca Cola Co. $58,552,000
Dish Network Corporation $89,000
E-Bay $101,000
Facebook $24,022,000
Goldman Sachs $15,978,000
Grid Dynamics Inc. $4,676,000
Mastercard $427,644,000
Microsoft Corp. $298,081
Netflix $335,000
Nike $2,354
PayPal Holdings $378,000
Salesforce $2,746,000
Shaw Communications $6,386,000
Shopify $50,537,000
Starbucks $11,065,000
Visa $1,802,000
Walmart $13,148,000
Zoom Communications $216,000

HOOPP seems to be investing in everything that we need in order to have a cashless society, working from home, and an abundance of pharmaceuticals. But that’s probably just a coincidence.

While most of the profiles of the HOOPP leadership were privatized, a few were in the open. Some interesting details revealed in them.

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