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Overhauling SROs in Capital Markets: Unveiling Conflicts and Advocating for Reform

December 14th, 2023 Fair Markets Now brings to the forefront the pressing need to overhaul Self-Regulatory Organizations (SROs) in capital markets, a subject of paramount importance for all citizens, not just seasoned investors. As gleaned from the congressional hearing “Examining the Agenda of Regulators, SROs, and Standards-Setters for Accounting, Auditing” and the SEC’s “Concept Release… Continue reading Overhauling SROs in Capital Markets: Unveiling Conflicts and Advocating for Reform

Reevaluating Congressional Research Service: Examining the MMTLP Meme Stock Controversy and the Concerning FINRA Trading Halt

August 24, 2023 Amid the unfolding discourse surrounding MMTLP, it becomes increasingly apparent that the situation surpasses its initial perception in both intricacy and gravity. Given the ongoing nature of this issue, which has persisted for 259 days without resolution, it is a stark reminder that substantial gaps and vulnerabilities persist even within what is… Continue reading Reevaluating Congressional Research Service: Examining the MMTLP Meme Stock Controversy and the Concerning FINRA Trading Halt

Unveiling the Reality of Naked Short Selling: A Rebuttal to ‘The Loony Conspiracy Theory Threatening Wall Street’ article by Forbes

Dear Brandon Kochkodin & Forbes, In his recent article “The Loony Conspiracy Theory Threatening Wall Street,” Brandon Kochkodin attempts to discredit the existence and impact of naked short selling, labeling it a mere conspiracy theory. However, a comprehensive analysis of the evidence and historical precedents reveals the pervasive nature of naked short selling and its… Continue reading Unveiling the Reality of Naked Short Selling: A Rebuttal to ‘The Loony Conspiracy Theory Threatening Wall Street’ article by Forbes

Challenging Wall Street Journal’s Coverage of MMTLP: A Demand for Balance, Transparency, and Justice

Dear Alexander Osipovich & Wall Street Journal, We at Fair Markets Now, a community-driven advocacy group committed to promoting free and fair equity markets for retail traders, write in response to the Wall Street Journal’s recent article, “How the Stock Ticker MMTLP Became an Anti-Wall Street Rallying Cry.” While we appreciate the attention given to… Continue reading Challenging Wall Street Journal’s Coverage of MMTLP: A Demand for Balance, Transparency, and Justice