Excerpt from Graham Bowley | Published October 8, 2011 | NYTIMES.COM
Regulators in the United States and overseas are cracking down on computerized high-speed trading that crowds today’s stock exchanges, worried that as it spreads around the globe it is making market swings worse.
The cost of these high-frequency traders, critics say, ... Read More
By: David T. Shaheen, Esq. - Partner, Burk & Reedy, LLP
Self-Filing To Become Public
If the objective of your company is to be public and you are not large enough to attract a big-time Wall Street underwriter for a traditional IPO, you need to consider the significant benefits of a ... Read More
Going Public Methods
The creation of publicly traded securities has created more millionaires than any other venture. Even in a down economy companies seek the benefits of being publicly. While there are a variety of ways to become publicly traded each has its own unique requirements and risks.
Initial Public Offering ... Read More
( We All Better hope and pray this never passes)
Can we understand that it is not how our government was originally structured but how the politicians, lawyers, progressive movement, etc have helped changed the way we look at our Constitution AND taxation, etc. It may be called a fee ... Read More
The following is an excerpt from Chris Vermeulen and J.W. Jones | Published November 7, 2011 | resourceinvestor.com
With all eyes on the unemployment report and Europe, the CME Group’s PR Department nearly created an all out panic with their announcement after the market close on Friday relating to futures maintenance ... Read More
The following is an excerpt from Tom Aspray | November 7, 2011 | Forbes.com
Completed double-bottom formations in three stocks and one nearly completed in a global ETF could provide good entry points and offer very good upside potential.
As discussed last week, double-bottom formations were observed in many stocks and ETFs ... Read More
The following is an excerpt from Michael Santoli | November 5, 2011 | Online.barrons.com
It's entirely understandable that our markets are twitching on receipt of each dispatch from Athens or Cannes or Brussels, or any other Old World spot where government emissaries and central bankers are debating what might be done, ... Read More