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.
Last night, CNBC’s Jim Cramer interviewed Senator Ted Kaufman about the problem of abusive short selling.
I did not really have a burning desire to join SABEW. To steal a page from Groucho Marx, I wouldn't want to join any club that would have SABEW members as members.
This is Part 3 of an ongoing series. Read Part 1 Read Part 2 A few years ago, a clique of influential journalists went to extraordinary lengths to cover up the problem of illegal...
Naked short selling and phantom stock causes the SEC to declare emergency; Joe Nocera and affiliated journalists continue to deny there is a problem.
CNBC's Jim Cramer acknowledges that Patrick Byrne was right about naked short sellers
The Society of American Business Editors and Writers, SABEW, is the professional association for journalists who cover business. While most members I have met are normal, straight-thinking people, as a group they have been...
Herb Green goes into a flop-sweat over his SEC subpoena.
On December 2, 2003, I appeared on Kudlow & Cramer for the first time. Larry Kudlow and Jim Cramer both seemed like fine, reasonable guys, and they asked intelligent questions. This interview was a...