Securities Industry Commentator by Bill Singer

May 11, 2020

Santa Monica Man Admits Orchestrating Online Romance Scam that Conned Four Women into Investing in His Bogus Companies (DOJ Release)

In the Matter of the Application of MEMX LLC for Registration as a National Securities Exchange Findings, Opinion, and Order of the Commission (Federal Register, Vol. 85, No. 90)

Oil Crash Busted Broker's Computers and Inflicted Big Losses (Bloomberg by Matthew Leising)

Teen Hacker and Crew of 'Evil Geniuses' Accused of $24 Million Crypto Theft (Bloomberg by Bob Van Voris)

Coronavirus sows doubt over bitcoin's rally after third 'halving' (Reuters by Gertrude Chavez-Dreyfuss)

ETF Universe Shrinks for First Time With Niche Funds Dying Off (Bloomberg by Claire Ballentine)

Why farmers dump food and crops while grocery stores run dry and Americans struggle (Fox Business by Hollie McKay)

Farmers welcome $1.2B in USDA purchases for food banks / The USDA is expected to purchase up to $3 billion in goods (Fox Business by Evie Fordham)

As U.S. meat workers fall sick and supplies dwindle, exports to China soar (Reuters by Tom Polansek)

Why Chicken Is Plentiful During the Pandemic and Beef Is Not / Poultry production has long been the most industrialized of U.S. agricultural operations. (Bloomberg by Justin Fox)

CFTC Seeks to Revoke Registrations of Commodity Pool Operator and its CEO (CFTC Release)