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Remember Infinium Labs? Promoters called it "the most exciting investment of 2005." The Company was supposed to deliver a "Phantom" gaming system - but never did. Now a New York attorney appears to be the latest player in this scandal. Are there more beans to be spilled?
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When can a customer file a claim against a stock broker? And how? We look at investor rights - beginning with the arbitration process.
The federal securities laws encourage disclosure by public companies. So what were legislators thinking when they drafted Regulation S and Form S-8.
Will the fall of Indy Mac trigger other bank collapses? Depositors wait anxiously. Investors have a different concern. Were they fully informed of the risks when they bought bank stocks?
A falling stock market knows no friends. Disgruntled investors could soon be fighting with their brokers about unsuitable transactions.
On June 24, 2004, we first wrote about CMKM Diamonds, warning investors to beware of misleading press releases and bogus information. Since then, StockPatrol.com has published over 30 articles renewing those warnings. Now the SEC has filed a lawsuit charging a massive fraud by the people behind CMKM. Should anyone be surprised?
He was a child of privilege, but Elliot Spitzer joined the wrong club - an online call girl service called the Emperors Club. Now Spitzer is better known as Client 9 and Wall Street is ready to revel in the fall of a bully.
Penny stock fraud is spreading around the globe - and there is no end in sight. How can investors recognize and protect themselves against these schemes?
What is Form 8-K? When must it be filed? A brief summary from Stock Patrol.