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DOWNTOWN — A Santa Monica financial adviser was arrested on Tuesday for his involvement in a stock market scheme that generated $30 million in illegal profits, federal prosecutors said. Grover Henry Colin Nix IV, who headed Santa Monica-based …
Santa Monica Daily Press · 2/15/2013
This week a defendant in the American Fire Retardant Corporation stock fraud investigation was sentenced to federal prison for his role in the scheme. Tarun Mendiratta, of Weston, was sentenced to prison, pay a fine of $150,000, and spend three years on ...
Westport News · 4/27/2010
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- An Eltingville man and an associate secretly fronted an alleged Florida-based business to illegally distribute penny stocks in a $1.1 million "pump-and-dump" fraud scheme, federal regulators charge. Wayne A. Burmaster Jr., 40, of ...
Staten Island Advance · ByFrank Donnelly · 9/26/2010
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You might wonder, “well how did this guy get away with making so much money with such big fake orders without anyone noticing?” The answer, according to emails obtained by the government, is that Chicago stock exchange authorities did notice.
Time · 4/23/2015
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Colin McCabe, 30, graduated from university in 2005 or 2006 and, although he had no experience in the securities industry, he began publishing the monthly Elite Stock Report from ... a total of $2.65 million by Erwin Speckert, the managing director of ...
The News24.7 · 7/16/2014
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — A Florida man who federal prosecutors in New Jersey say bragged about making up to $50 million a month by running an international stock manipulation scheme using a practice known as layering has been released on $750,000 bond.
U-T San Diego · 2/11/2015
HONG KONG - Riding a wave of nostalgia, renewed appreciation and, for the social media generation, discovery, a rerun of TVB's 1992 classic The Greed Of Man has drawn record ratings. The first episode of the stock market soap opera reached an average …
The Straits Times · 4/22/2015
Even a chimpanzee picking stocks at random could easily beat the US stock market, according to academics at the Cass Business School in London. They calculated 10m “monkey” portfolios to analyse how well smart beta indices and a conventional …
Financial Times · 3/31/2013
We would also have accepted 'Green Bay Porkers' (SI Hot Clicks) Some Green Bay Packers fans who spent $250 on a single share of team stock didn't get the certificate in time for Christmas. Others did. It's a toss-up as to who should be more disappointed.
YAHOO · ByChris Chase · 1/11/2012