Vitaly Korchevsky’s gonna stay a prison paster for a while longer.
Those inclined to do it are not inclined to be dissuaded by a pandemic-induced sense of everyone being in this together.
Certainly more than its doing any iced tea, or blockchain, for that matter. Allegedly.
For something so volatile and theoretically interesting, the not-particularly-trying trials of faux currencies are actually quite boring.
What about selling 99.3% of one’s shares in a company would make you think otherwise?
“Insider trading is part of my investment strategy” is a funny joke only if it’s not. Otherwise, it’s an admission of guilt.
The little regulator that could has 10b5-1 plans, SPACs, Twitter, accounting and chief compliance officers in his sights.
You know, when prosecutors really look at it.
Hedge fund insider trading goes old school. Literally.
Because at least one of them allegedly found a bank-embarrassing way to make a hundred thousand extra pounds.
Turning one of your own in to prosecutors after years of doing the same to Wirecard skeptics is not a great look for BaFin.
Not in prison anymore, thanks to the Dear Leader’s last acts!
And would you all please cool it about the SEC’s home-team judges, for heaven’s sake?
That is, if they’re still in a position to enjoy political salvation after today.
We’re sure it just reminded David Perdue of something he was totally going to do anyway once he got around to it, and not evidence of something seriously crooked.
He’s this close to not having to give a s**t about any of this any more, you guys. Come on.
Billy Walters has a bone to pick with the FBI.
That pause in selling Vaxart shares and increase in ownership ceiling sure was fortuitously timed for Armistice Capital, no?
And those two things aren’t correlated as you might expect.
What did CEO Jim Continenza know, when did he know it and what did he do with that knowledge?