NASDAQ Threshold Securities: Outstanding Shorts as Share of Public Float
Sonecon, 24 February 2005
This memo reports Sonecon’s findings after reviewing NASDAQ’s list of threshold securities from 11 February 2005.
PDF (2 pages): NASDAQ Threshold Securities: Outstanding Shorts as Share of Public Float
SEC v Tonino Labella, et al.
United States District Court for the District of New Jersey, 15 February 2005
This securities law enforcement action concerns a fraudulent scheme that Labella and Serubo orchestrated to sell more than $16.8 million of unregistered Eagletech Communications, Inc. (“Eagletech”) and Select Media Communications, Inc. (“Select Media”) stock through unregistered offerings to the investing public.
PDF (26 pages: SEC v Tonino Labella, et al.
U.S. Stock Market Commentary by Samex Capital
Samex Capital via RGM Communications via Wayback, 7 February 2005
It seems the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Institute For Legal Reform has publicly stated their petition of William Donaldson, the chairman of the SEC, asking for an investigation into whether short sellers and the law firm of Milberg Weiss (“MW”) had engaged in securities fraud. MW represented a class action suit led by an investment company that was also shorting the stock of the company targeted by the class action. MW is best known for their role in pursuing class action suits against publicly traded companies.
PDF (2 pages): U.S. Stock Market Commentary by Samex Capital