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Thomas Paul Murphy

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Financial Fraud 10 28 2015

Are brokers really paid to keep the price down when a company is buying back stock?  How would that fee show up as a financing charge?  It seems like a common practice that should be entirely illegal?  The individual placing a limit order is one thing because it isn't a great percent of stock outstanding but a large capital entity placing a limit order would seem to be prima fascia evidence indicative of manipulation.

And an institution placing large orders based on discrete communication with management and analysts would always have to qualify as insider trading!

The Public Stock markets are there to benefit the Public!  When institutions and poolers play in the game that Public benefit gets siphoned away.

Thomas Paul Murphy
Copyright 2015
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