The SEC Needs To Step Up Its Enforcement Game. Political Pressure Is Focused Elsewhere. Private, decentralized messaging platforms where user IDs are not tied to real world identities make it possible for public company executives to discretely disclose non-public information with select investors. Discord is one such example. It will be interesting to observe the … Continue reading Technology Is Running Circles Around Financial Regulators
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We Are Taking A “Show Me” Approach To Gary Gensler As SEC Chairman
The Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs is holding its confirmation hearing for Gary Gensler as SEC Chairman (link HERE). Gensler will need to demonstrate that he will be tough on individuals and companies that violate capital market integrity. We are confident that Mr. Gensler understands the relevant questions to ask (even if Senator … Continue reading We Are Taking A “Show Me” Approach To Gary Gensler As SEC Chairman
How To Restore Integrity To The Capital Markets
On February 18th the House Financial Services Committee will hold a virtual hearing related to the GameStop (GME) fiasco. "Accountability" in a word is how the SEC may act to restore integrity to the capital markets. Jail time for scammers: Should you decide it is a good idea to execute a pump and dump scheme … Continue reading How To Restore Integrity To The Capital Markets
Everyone Is A Stock-Picking Genius During A Bubble. Where Is The SEC?
During an equity market bubble 13-year old children are as smart or smarter than experienced stock pickers. Who needs to assess valuation, industry trends, the competitive landscape and management teams when stocks only go up? Heck, reddit chat room WallStreetBets ("WSB"), tells investors everything they need to know (said with sarcasm). Plus, Elon Musk Tweeted … Continue reading Everyone Is A Stock-Picking Genius During A Bubble. Where Is The SEC?
Insider Selling & Share Repurchases – A Corporate Governance Problem
It is a corporate governance problem when insiders sell shares in the face of share repurchase programs. Take the example of Copart (ticker: CPRT). CPRT insiders have not purchased any shares over the past several years, yet they have done plenty of selling. Further, CPRT share repurchases helped support the stock while insiders sold (see … Continue reading Insider Selling & Share Repurchases – A Corporate Governance Problem
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