Tip: Riot Blockchain Fucked by CNBC and SEC to Protect Naked Short Sellers and Major Institutions Doing Naked Short Selling


A public company that crushed short sellers The stock went form $3 to $45 The shorts on Wall St were screaming Fraud even CNBC was in on this one to stop the stock from GOING higher. CNBC story They are now Dateline instead of a business show WHY?

Riot Blockchain plummets after CNBC investigation finds no evidence of an advertised shareholders meeting (RIOT)

And after all the attacks the SEC joined in and here is the outcome  THEY ARE CLEARED and the stock which was once $45 is now $2
That’s how Wall St works hurt the big boys and they call the cops to protect them  — so SEC sanctions defamation and tortious interference on a daily basis.

Paper: Counterfeiting Stock


Counterfeiting Stock

Anna McParland

The Creation of Counterfeit Shares — There are a variety of names that the securities industry has dreamed up that are euphemisms for counterfeit shares. Don’t be fooled : Unless the short seller has actually borrowed a real share from the account of a long investor, the short sale is counterfeit. It doesn’t matter what you call it and it may become non–counterfeit if a share is later borrowed, but until then, there are more shares in the system than the company has sold.

The magnitude of the counterfeiting is hundreds of millions of shares every day, and it may be in the billions. The real answer is locked within the prime brokers and the DTC. Incidentally, counterfeiting of securities is as

It is estimated that 1000 small companies have been put out of business by the shorts.

PDF (12 Pages): Paper Counterfeiting Stock