The Miscreants’ Global Bust-Out: Preface
In some respects the financial crisis is what the Mafia calls a "bust-out", but on a gigantic scale.
April 28, 2011
Barry Minkow’s short trip from ex-felon to current-felon
Barry Minkow’s sudden return from ex-felon to current-felon has come as a surprise to some, but not to the Deep Capture team; for we have, over nearly four years, sought to raise awareness of Minkow’s place in a much broader, criminal stock manipulation ecosystem.
March 29, 2011
Michael Milken Redux: Insider Trading Indictments on the Horizon for SAC Capital and Others in its Destructive Network
SAC Capital and other hedge funds might finally pay the piper.
November 21, 2010
Moral Hazard at the SEC
When attempting to understand much of what happens at the Securities and Exchange Commission, I believe moral hazard is nearly as important a factor as the much more frequently-discussed matter of regulatory capture.
July 28, 2010
Notes on David Einhorn: The Predator in a Cute T-Shirt
David Einhorn would have you believe that he is brave crusader against corporate malfeasance. The truth is, he's a fraud who did serious damage to the markets.
June 10, 2010
Europe Comes to Terms With Market Manipulation; the SEC and the American Media Bury Heads in the Sand
The markets go haywire, Germany responds sensibly, and the American establishment refuses to contemplate the reality of criminal manipulation.
May 21, 2010
On Wall Street, membership has its privileges
When these two banks enabled manipulative short selling, they were silently transferring wealth from the masses into the accounts of the privileged few.
May 13, 2010
Goldman’s gold has lost its luster
Goldman may be flush with cash, but with pressure mounting on politicians to reject any of it in the form of campaign contributions, suddenly that cash doesn’t spend nearly as well as it used to.
May 6, 2010
The SEC and its culture of regulatory capture
But dig a little deeper and you’ll find the Stanford case is the bigger outrage by far, not so much for the scam itself, but for the shocking behavior of the regulators tasked with preventing it. Where Madoff was enabled by SEC bureaucratic incompetence, Stanford was empowered by overt SEC indifference.
April 29, 2010
Podcast: Rexxfield repairs online reputations
Rexxfield founder Michael Roberts specializes in repairing online reputations.
April 23, 2010