Tag: SEC

Wharton: “Why Corrupt Executives Are Rarely Prosecuted”

Don’t miss a great Knowledge@Wharton interview with Jesse Eisinger on his new book, The Chickenshit Club. Some highlights: Jesse Eisinger: The Justice Department has lost the will and ability to prosecute […]

(Re)Making The Case for Legalizing Insider Trading

This week I stumbled across a short note in the Wall Street Journal that was probably overlooked by most readers: Updated Oct. 25, 2016 6:44 p.m. ET Associated PressNEW YORK […]

Dark Pools, FINRA and the Observer-Expectancy Paradox

I wrote about Dark Pools back in June (https://reconnomics.com/2013/06/07/hft-update-dark-pools-raise-concerns-for-regulators-and-private-investors/), and how in this interesting corner of Wall Street traders can move large blocks of stock anonymously. Well, this week, new rules […]