naked short selling

New Evidence Raises Serious Questions About Kingsford Capital’s “Donation” to the Columbia Journalism Review

How a network of miscreant hedge funds keep unflattering stories out of the media
Mark Mitchell
9 min read

Yet another naked shorting disinformation campaign laid bare

Former business journalist Gary Weiss, who seeks to cover-up the threat and impact of market manipulation via illegal naked short selling, has made Wikipedia a major point of focus.
Judd Bagley
7 min read

Congress prepares to bypass impotent SEC

YOU need to contact your US senators, encouraging them to co-sponsor Senate Bill 605.
Judd Bagley
42 sec read

Roddy Boyd and the Bear Stearns Insider

A journalist lapdog tells a revealing tale about himself and a man at the center of the Bear Stearns debacle
Mark Mitchell
6 min read

On Rolling Stone, Penson Financial, the Mafia, and Naked Short Selling

A gotcha video shows how naked short selling works. But the scary thing is, the Mafia already knows how it works.
Mark Mitchell
5 min read

Rolling Stone Reports that Naked Short Selling Killed Bear Stearns and Lehman Brothers

Leave it to a music magazine to cover the biggest financial crime in history.
Mark Mitchell
2 min read

Three short hours inside the SEC

And so it was with today's second and concluding session of the SEC's roundtable on securities lending and short selling: I expected the absolute worst, but in the end was pleasantly surprised to find...
Judd Bagley
4 min read

Eight long hours inside the SEC

(Washington, DC) The SEC's roundtable on securities lending and short selling got started today, and Deep Capture was there.
Judd Bagley
2 min read

Hedge funds and the global economic meltdown

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.
Judd Bagley
24 sec read

Goldman pillages, Goldman steals, Goldman Sachs

I think we can all agree that the middle of last September was as strange a time as our financial markets have ever experienced.
Judd Bagley
3 min read