Tag Archives: WSJ


SEC Prosecuting Via ALJ Hearings

August 5, 2014 Dear Friends, As reported by the Wall Street Journal, the SEC is increasingly prosecuting wrongdoers in hearings before administrative law judges, rather than jury trials, where the SEC has recently lost a number of cases. Please click here for the Wall Street Journal article written by Russell Ryan, a former assistant director of enforcement at the SEC. […]

Debate of QE Termination a Head Fake Expect Market Rallies Upon Completion of QE2

“The USSR had two newspapers, Pravda and Izvestia.  In the Russian language, “pravda” means truth and “izvestia” means news.  The saying amongst the Russian people put the situation in a nutshell:  “There’s no Pravda in Izvestia and there’s no Izvestia in Pravda”.” – The Privateer ‘You heard it here first’ and ‘Mark my words’ are the hackneyed phrases that come to […]