(Washington, DC) The SEC's roundtable on securities lending and short selling got started today, and Deep Capture was there.
It's recently come to our attention that some of you are not taking full advantage of the Deep Capture Twitter feed. If not, then you are likely among the many who do not get...
I originally published this video last on the first anniversary of the destruction of Bear Stearns, though its lessons seem even more timely today, the first anniversary of the destruction of Lehman Brothers.
Recently, I revealed a few details of a security flaw I had discovered on the Yahoo! message boards, which made it possible to determine a user's IP address and username. This would have been...
We've long maintained here at Deep Capture that Charlie Gasparino is possibly the most insightful figure at CNBC. Today, Mr. Gasparino underscored that status.
SAC Capital's business model: cheating
I think we can all agree that the middle of last September was as strange a time as our financial markets have ever experienced.
If you fail to find entertainment value in seeing illegal naked short selling proponent Gary Weiss publicly caught telling irresponsible lies, then you may consider this post optional and stop reading now.
Within minutes of my introduction to the world of short selling hedge funds, I encountered the analogy that remains the best suited to describe the truth to which they subscribe: Bizarro World.
On balance, 2006 was a very dark time for the market reform movement, as every charge was followed by a blistering counter-charge, and every lunge answered by a quick parry.