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The Trouble At RenTech

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Zero Hedge is onto a bit of bother over at Chez Simons. To wit:

Zero Hedge decided to investigate just what may have been so out of place in RenTec's SEC Form ADV that it needed to amend it. To our amazement, we stumbled upon this very curious disclosure in RenTec's Section 11.E, where to a question of:
Has any self-regulatory organization or commodities exchange ever: found you or any advisory affiliate to have been involved in a violation of its rules (other than a violation designated as a "minor rule violation" under a plan approved by the SEC)?
The answer is an emphatic Yes radio button.

Oh boy. That's going to leave a mark.
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