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Hester Pierce, The Securities and Exchange Commissioner’s Affectionately Known “Crypto Mom” Calls For Clear Regulations On Cryptocurrencies

By Jack Kelly   Hester Peirce, a commissioner at The Securities and Exchange Commission, called for a “clear cryptocurrency regulatory regime,” as it is “urgently needed as major companies like Tesla Inc, BNY Mellon Corp, and Mastercard Inc embrace the alternative asset class,” reported ...Read More

Senator Elizabeth Warren Told The Securities and Exchange Commission To Look Into Possible Corporate Executives Engaged In Insider Trading

By Jack Kelly   Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren is concerned over how some corporations may game the system to enrich their executives.    Warren sent a letter to the Securities & Exchange Commission asking for the regulatory agency to review the manner in which ...Read More

The Securities and Exchange Commission Is Empowering Their Enforcement Staff To Take Immediate Swift Actions To Combat Emerging Potential Problems

By Jack Kelly Former President Trump isn’t a fan of regulations.* During his campaign for the Presidency in 2016, Trump was clear in promising a clampdown on regulations, saying for every one newly proposed rule two regulations would have to be ripped-up.  He believed ...Read More

The Securities And Exchange Commission, U.S. Justice Department, Commodity and Futures Trading Commission, House Financial Services Committee And Deputy Droopy Dog Are All Investigating The Reddit Day Traders

Things are starting to get real with the WallStreetBets Reddit day traders and hedge fund short sellers. The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday that “Federal prosecutors and regulators are investigating whether market manipulation or other types of misconduct fueled the rapid rise last month ...Read More

The Heartbreaking Story Of Alex Kearns, A Young College Student Who Thought He Lost $700k On Robinhood And Killed Himself

Robinhood, the fast-growing trading app, has been the center of attention lately due to the media-hyped battle between young, novice, aggressive traders and experienced short-selling hedge funds. The trading platform was lambasted for prohibiting Reddit-driven investors from buying certain “meme stonks” that were the ...Read More