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It was a historic and very wild week on Wall Street, with record point moves (up and down) almost every day of the week. Typically, massive sell-offs do not recover overnight. Additionally, massive selloffs, followed by record volatility, leads to lower, not higher prices - especially when they occur in aging…
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Dodd-Frank includes whistleblower protection rules, which are meant to protect employees who report wrongdoings in their corporations. Corporate America has tried to block these rules by lobbying the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to limit whistleblower protection and therefore limit its effectiveness. The cornerstone of the legislation is to prohibit employers' retaliation…
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Large sell offs into Fridays historically has led to meltdowns, and a lower opening or a continued slide on Friday can accelerate this correction to a long running bull market. The overnight action in Asia is following the lead of the US markets, and unless we get a strong bounce…
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The media landscape is transforming, and it has been for quite some time. In recent years, the line between content companies and technology companies has becoming increasingly blurry, as the two industries continue to converge on one another. Long-established media giants are hungry for innovative methods of delivering their content…
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It is important to understand the relationship between a CEO and the powerful Wall Street analyst who covers their stock. Usually this is reserved for the Goldman Sachs Group Inc. (GS) , Morgan Stanley (MS) , Deutsch Bank (DB) or JP Morgan & Chase (JPM) lead analyst - it's easy…
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On August 5th, 2015, the SEC approved the final rules regarding CEO compensation. It is part of the Dodd-Frank Act, and it‘s been heavily discussed, since public anger at corporate leaders has reached a fever pitch. The rule, which is called “CEO pay ratio disclosure,” will require the majority of…
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For any of you who have written or issued confidential press releases, there is always that moment where you observed how easy it would be to access this information and how little security there was protecting this information. Yesterday, the SEC released information on an investigation started back in 2010…
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I’m such a fan of the Financial Times that I’ve even given in to its paywall strategy and subscribe to it. That’s why I’m so worried about yesterday’s news of its sale by Britain’s Pearson PLC to Japanese media giant Nikkei Inc. The FT‘s coverage of the economics and business worlds, in particular,…
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In China, the government regulatory body that oversees stock transactions began an investigation into mass dumping of shares during recent declines, and like our Securities Exchange Commission, they intend to suspend, fine and eliminate these dastardly participants who undermine the good faith retail investors who helped drive the rally.  Like…
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Earnings season has evolved in a post Sarbanes-Oxley era into two distinct categories: Category #1: "Everyone is watching me on the 90-day clock." Category #2: "I know I can tweak the sales channel to delay earnings for a future reporting quarter." As we roll into the summer 2015 earnings season,…
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That was fun.  Carl Icahn was slated to debate with Larry Fink, CEO of BlackRock, Inc. (BLK),  Wednesday at CNBC's Deliving Alpha conference on the topic of activist investing. As always, any media appearance by Icahn is appointment viewing at this point, and this did not fail to live up to…
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With so much material to work with, it's a wonder why Hollywood has never really gotten Wall Street right for the TV-viewing public. The world of high finance is furtile ground for dramatic boardroom politics, indulgent glamour lifestyles of the rich, and hostile empire-building via aggressive mergers and acquisitions. Yet…
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