Sunday, March 15, 2009

Naked shorts

Very Interesting, but it is long. And I'm not entirely sure it's balanced, as a lot of the situations described seem overblown, or limited to penny stock exchanges rather than indicative of a the wider threat that seems to be painted here.

The most extreme case study given, after all, involves someone "cornering" the market (with in excess of 100% of total shares) in a company that, based on its share price was almost certainly defunct at the time of the trade in question.

Another part of the problem.

No comments:

Post a Comment

We welcome comments, especially the funny kind.