Liquidity Thy Name Is Madoff — Full Court Captured Press & SEC
Madoff had an easy scam going. For years we watched as CNBC paraded out the thugs on tv as they and the media pundits tried to convince us that in the name of liquidity, we had to let the hedge funds and their cohorts, the bankers and Wall Street, lie, cheat and steal our money. A captured press aided and abetted, and quashed any investigations and disclosure about the heist, whenever they were called to serve. Now we have more proof that the press was complicit. There was no regulatory oversight since Cox and the SEC regulators are also captured. We wrote thousands of letters to the SEC, the Government, and the Media, all to no avail. With the recent destruction of wealth of some of the uber rich, we are finally getting the coverage we craved as we tried to ward off this tragedy.
Isn't it funny how Cramer is now acting like he is the face of integrity. He is a liar and a thief imo. He has reinvented himself once again. I wonder how many investors he brought to ruination during the dot com bubble. He claims he warned people, but the record shows, that is a bold faced lie. I have a particular bone to pick with him. He lies and tries to destroy companies doing research on cancer. You can read about that and his reinventing himself later on in this blog.
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Video of Cramer throwing his United States subpoena on the floor on national tv
But I digress, so back to the Canadian company, Fairfax Financial (FFH), and the latest from the Judd Bagley front. The Easter Bunny also weighed in with a new blog so be sure to read on...
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Discovery documents are coming to light showing "journalist" Bethany McLean conspired with hedge fund Rocker Partners, David Rocker and Marc Cohodes, (who changed their name to Copper River Hedge Fund, and who last week released news that they are closing up shop due to a downturn in their strategy, as reported by another captured "journalist" Carol Remond), to try to destroy Canadian company Farifax Financial Holding. I will try to find you a link to the Fairfax Financial lawsuit. It is a SCORCHER!
Although Rocker Partners/Copper River was dropped from the Fairfax lawsuit, they can be pulled back in if evidence is presented. I think the smoking gun is in the emails between Bethany McLean and Marc Cohodes.
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From: Marc Cohodes
Sent: Thursday, December 7, 2006 3:21:12 PM
To: Bethany McLean
FFH is the Canadian Enron and it could even be worse…We are sending you stufff.. I suggest since [Copper River employee and former SEC attorney Richard] Sauer is on the East Coast (for now) that you 2 meet, and soon… there is an “enterprise” here and he can lay it out clear as day.
It bears noting that, according to filings in the Fairfax suit, the various participants in the attack on Fairfax stock referred to their effort collectively as “the Enterprise”. Whether or not this is what Cohodes was alluding to when using the term — which might not otherwise belong within quote marks in this context — is not clear, but certainly suggestive.
From: Bethany McLean
Sent: Thursday, December 7, 2006 3:48:43 PM
To: Marc Cohodes
Subject: Re: ffh
Makes sense. Send me whatever you can think of - the more documents the better!
Without Cohodes offering a bit of proof to back his Enron/Fairfax comparison, McLean finds it “makes sense” and commits to move ahead.
From: Marc Cohodes
Sent: Thursday, December 7, 2006 3:51:37 PM
To: Bethany McLean
Subject: Re: ffh
don’t you worry…where do you want the stuff fed-exed to… I would set up a time for Sauer to come and see ya.. His code name is “Lavaman”…
Cohodes then forwards this exchange to employee Rick Sauer, who schedules a meeting between himself and an unusually eager McLean, set for one week thence.
The outcome of that process was McLean’s scathing March 6, 2007 Fortune piece: The inside story of a Wall Street battle royal.
How can I be certain that this particular story was the direct result of the Cohodes’s efforts? The answer to that question is where the situation becomes particularly disturbing…sufficient to leave me feeling physically ill, and prepared to officially add Bethany McLean to the short but distinguished list of truly captured and corrupt journalists.
read on here http://www.deepcapture.com/bethany-mclean/
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Wilson said she would allow Fairfax to revise its lawsuit. Fairfax lawyer Michael Bowe of Kasowitz, Benson, Torres &Friedman in New York said after the hearing he would do that to again try to link Rocker to the alleged conspiracy.
``There may very well be a reason for bringing Rocker back into the complaint,'' Wilson said. ``If Rocker belongs here, I will welcome him back with open arms.''
Fairfax Judge Drops Rocker From Shorting-Scheme Suit (Update3)
By Thom Weidlich and Erik Larson Sept. 25 (Bloomberg) -- Fairfax Financial Holdings Ltd., owner of U.S. and Canadian insurers, lost a bid to keep former hedge-fund manager David Rocker as a defendant in a suit accusing several funds of trying to drive down its share price.
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Copper River Closes, Returns Funds To Investors
Copper River Closes, Returns Funds To Investors
By CAROL S. REMOND- DECEMBER 8, 2008, 3:35 P.M. ET
A violent market downturn and the government's decision to impose wide-ranging restrictions on short selling in September were just too much for Copper River Management.
After losing more than half of its value in the last couple of months, the Larkspur, Calif., fund is liquidating and returning funds to its investors.
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Patrick Byrne, CEO of Overstock.com, is suing Rocker Partners/Copper River, including individually Marc Cohodes and David Rocker, for trying to destroy his company. DeepCapture.com replies to Carol Remond's article. Patrick Byrne has done more to expose and help clear up the scum from the stock market (no offense to scum), than just about anybody.
Of course much thanks goes out to Mark Mitchell (DeepCapture.com, The Easter Bunny (TheSanityCheck.com), Judd Bagley (AntisocialMedia.net) David Patch (InvestigateTheSec.com), Mark Faulk, (TheFaulkingTruth.com) Bud Burrell (TheSanityCheck.com), Tom Vallarino (InvestorsProtectionCoalition.org), Kerry Donahue attorney for (CareToLive.com) and hundreds and hundreds of sung and unsung heroes that have bonded together over the internet to help expose the Wall Street scammers, who set about to destroy companies to profit illegally, by naked short selling (counterfeiting shares), colluding, selling and shorting the counterfeits, until the company is put out of business.
Wall Street would not have been able to pull the scam off, without the help of the regulators and the media, both of whom were easily captured.
December 15th, 2008 by Patrick Byrne
Before publishing the following piece critiquing Carol Remond’s recent article on Copper River, I contacted Carol for comment. Unlike Joe Nocera and Floyd Norris (both of the New York Times), who have at least had the integrity to defend (however haplessly) their work, Carol refused any on-the-record comment on this subject. Thus she joins that tradition of journalistic worthies which includes Bethany McLean, Herb Greenberg, and Roddy Boyd, who refuse to defend or even discuss errors in their work. They can critique, but not engage, opine, but not defend: the sophomores of intellectual discourse.
Last week DowJones reporter and hedge fund shill extraordinaire Carol Remond wrote a story, “Hedge Fund Copper River to Liquidate“, about the implosion of her hedge fund patron, Copper River (née Rocker Partners). Following a course charted by no lesser luminary than Roddy Boyd (cf. “Roddy Boyd Works It Likes He’s Paying the Rent“), Carol devotes the article to shameless apologetics that would make a congressman blush. Quelle surprise.
I am not a bayonette-the-wounded kind of guy (indeed, to investors in Copper River I send my condolences). But buried within Carol’s article is a critical admission that will be of interest both to readers of DeepCapture.com, and to those investors ill-starred enough to have stayed with Copper River/Rocker Partners through to its ugly and ignominious end. Carol states:
“Copper River held large short positions in some illiquid stocks when the Securities and Exchange Commission tightened the rules governing short selling…. By doing away with an exemption that was the backbone of a trading strategy that allowed funds to short stocks through the options market, the SEC effectively restricted their ability to maintain these positions.”
The strategy that was curtailed by the SEC’s decision to do away with the “exemption” that existed in the options market was the strategy of naked shorting via rolling failed positions through the options market maker exception to Regulation SHO. Ms. Remond appears not to understand the SEC’s view of this strategy. A fine paper by noted young economist John Welborn fleshed this out over a year ago (”Married Puts, Reverse Conversions and Abuse of the Options Market Maker Exception on the Chicago Stock Exchange”) . In it, he explained the requirement to locate stock, the exception to that requirement which Reg SHO makes for market makers, and the SEC’s view of the misuse of that exception. I will quote from John’s paper at length:
. . . . . (see blog)
Thus, Carol is explicitly stating, no doubt unwittingly, that the “backbone of a trading strategy” employed by David Rocker and Rocker Partners/Copper River was, in fact, unlawful abuse of an exception which the SEC has specifically deemed out-of-bounds.
Sloppy work, Carol: recommend you send for new instructions.
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Fairfax Financial, is also suing Steven A. Cohen of S.A.C. Capital Hedge Fund and others for financial damages after they implemented a short-selling, disinformation conspiracy to drive down the price of Fairfax's stock.
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"“It was a massive and fraudulent disinformation campaign”, reads Fairfax’s statement of claim which used “dirty tricks”, fronts, aliases and bear attacks to ruin the company’s reputation and price.
One defendant is an “analyst” called Spyro Contogouris who Fairfax claims had no credentials and a career of lawsuits and legal hassles.
He and others were hired to spread disinformaton to journalists, online chat rooms, regulators, auditors, rating agencies and even harassed Prem Watsa, Fairfax CEO and Chair and other officers.
“The amended complaint alleges a shocking scheme against a prominent Canadian company and its American subsidiary,” said Fairfax lawyer Marc Kasowitz in a telephone interview yesterday.
The Easter Bunny ran a blog on Sauer after he posted his op-ed piece on the joys of shorting in 2006.
Richard Sauer is the former SEC attorney, NY Times OP ED writer on the glory of shorting and how the SEC should give short sellers a cash bonus for ferreting out bad companies, now exposed by Roddy Boyd New York Post and www.thesanitycheck.com to have been recently hired by David Rocker Short Selling hedge fund.
Richard Sauer, Short Apologist in NY Times, Employed By Rocker Partners/Copper River
Location: Blogs Bob O'Brien's Sanity Check Blog Posted by: bobo 10/8/2006 4:33 AM My last blog was devoted to tearing apart the hypocritical and biased piece by an ex-SEC staffer, inexplicably published by the NY Times.By one Richard Sauer.The article stank to high heavens, and I smelled a big fat rat. As I dug around, I saw his appearance with Marc Cohodes back in 1999, in an interview. The rat meter spiked off the chart.I saw the references to prominent and well known Rocker Partners short plays in his bio, and read with astonishment about how short sellers provided great info to him, and were heroes, friends of the SEC, etc. The meter now was pegged in rat zone.http://www.thesanitycheck.com/BobsSanityCheckBlog/tabid/56/EntryID/476/Default.aspx
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Here is a link to Sauer Opinion Piece Oct 6, 2006 where he extolls the virtues of the short seller.
Predators who help keep the market clean
Published: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2006
Short sellers occupy a position in the stock market like that of predators in nature: necessary but unloved.
Corporations, which like to see their stock always rising, despise these traders, who borrow shares and sell them in the expectation that the price will fall soon and they'll make a profit. There are signs, however, that these vilified traders might be coming into a measure of respect for the critical balance they provide in a market frequently dominated by the puffery of companies and sell-side analysts.
The short sellers' skeptical scrutiny of companies they feel are overpriced has led them to uncover many of the major financial frauds of recent years. Yet they continue to be burdened by a regulatory scrutiny of their own actions that springs more from rumors than fact.
Many charities are being decimated by the Madoff disaster. I am truly sorry for that. I see the Robin Hood Foundationl also took a hit. Stevie Cohen of S.A.C. Captial, who is being sued by Fairfax is on the Board of Directors of the Robin Hood Foundation. Hopefully he can fill the gap, perhaps by forgoing the new wing on his digs.
‘Honey, I Shrunk the Charity’
October 29, 2008, 10:30 am
But giving to charity, then having the charity to invest in your hedge fund taints the gift with a potential conflict of interest. In a similar controversy, hedge-fund directors at the Robin Hood Foundation found themselves under scrutiny from Congress last year after directing Foundation money into their own hedge funds (which then pays the 2-and-20 fees). The group quickly ended the practice.
A Dressing Room For Steven Cohen November 20, 2008
For hedge fund kingpin Steven Cohen, 35,000 square feet is simply not enough. Is the SAC Capital Management chief to go without a dressing room, a breakfast room and a garden room at his Greenwich, Conn. estate?
Not if he can help it, that’s for sure. The billionaire has asked Greenwich’s Planning and Zoning Commission for permission to add 1,145 square feet in a pair of additions to his 35,085-square-foot, 14-acre Crown Lane estate. The commission is set to review Cohen’s application at its Dec. 16 meeting. In addition to the aforementioned new rooms, the expansions would also include more storage space.
Cohen’s mansion already boasts an ice rink (with Zamboni machines!), an indoor pool, a basketball court and, based on aerial views of the palatial manor, a tennis court and a two-hole golf course. He has already made copious additions to the home since he and his wife, Alexandra, bought it in 1998 for $14 million.
Many of the companies he touted are out of business. Many were in the hundreds of dollars, some over a thousand dollar a share.
The Winners of the New World
By James J. Cramer
2/29/00 9:42 AM ET
“You want winners? You want me to put my Cramer Berkowitz hedge fund hat on and just discuss what my fund is buying today to try to make money tomorrow and the next day and the next? You want my top 10 stocks for who is going to make it in the New World? You know what? I am going to give them to you. Right here. Right now.
OK. Here goes. Write them down — no handouts here!: 724 Solutions (SVNX:Nasdaq - news), Ariba (ARBA:Nasdaq - news), Digital Island (ISLD:Nasdaq - news), Exodus (EXDS:Nasdaq - news), InfoSpace.com (INSP:Nasdaq - news), Inktomi (INKT:Nasdaq - news), Mercury Interactive (MERQ:Nasdaq - news), Sonera (SNRA:Nasdaq - news), VeriSign (VRSN:Nasdaq - news) and Veritas Software (VRTS:Nasdaq - news).
We are buying some of every one of these this morning as I give this speech. We buy them every day, particularly if they are down, which, no surprise given what they do, is very rare. And we will keep doing so until this period is over — and it is very far from ending. Heck, people are just learning these stories on Wall Street, and the more they come to learn, the more they love and own! Most of these companies don’t even have earnings per share, so we won’t have to be constrained by that methodology for quarters to come.
We try to own every one of them. Every single one. And if I had my druthers, I wouldn’t own any other stocks in the year 2000. Because these are the only ones worth owning right now in this extremely difficult, extremely narrow stock market. They are the only ones that are going higher consistently in good days and bad. I love every one of them, just as I loathe the rest of the stock universe.
How did this stock market get like this, to where the only people who can make a dime in it are the people who are interested in the most arcane subject, the moving of data from one space to another, via strange new machines and software? How did it get to the point where nothing else matters, most particularly the 90% of the stock market I have studied for the last 20 years? How did all of that knowledge become totally irrelevant and the only stocks that work are the stocks of companies that didn’t exist five years ago and came public in the last two or three years?
A-ha, that just leaves us with tech. That’s why we keep coming back to it. That’s why, despite the 80% increase in the Nasdaq last year, we are looking at another record year now. It is by that process of elimination that I have picked my top 10. And my next 10 and my next 10 after. Only those companies are worth owning. The rest?
You can have them.
James J. Cramer is manager of a hedge fund and co-founder of TheStreet.com. At time of publication, his fund was long 724 Solutions, Ariba, Exodus, Digital Island, InfoSpace, Inktomi, Mercury Interactive, Sonera, VeriSign, Veritas Software, Oracle, TheStreet.com, Vignette, Motorola, Cisco, Intel, Nokia, Goldman Sachs, and Yahoo!, and Cramer was long TheStreet.com. His fund often buys and sells securities that are the subject of his columns, both before and after the columns are published, and the positions that his fund takes may change at any time. Under no circumstances does the information in this column represent a recommendation to buy or sell stocks. Cramer’s writings provide insights into the dynamics of money management and are not a solicitation for transactions. While he cannot provide investment advice or recommendations, he invites you to comment on his column at email@example.com.
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Here Cramer got the I-Tulip award
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Here are the lies Cramer told about Dendreon's Provenge.
Cramer lies about Dendreon on CNBC. He said Provenge failed FDA approval. Provenge wasn't up for approval until 5/15/07.
Mark Haines of CNBC apologizes on the morning show, Squawk Box, for Cramer's error.
Cramer later that night apologized but then went on to lie by saying the problem with Provenge was survival. Survival was the reason the FDA called for an Advisory Committee.
Cramer's degrading rant on Monday's show, 9/26/05, was right before Dendreon's CEO was presenting at UBS. It is important to note that UBS is the only company that downgraded Dendreon, not once, but four times in 12 months after Dendreon reported good steps of progress.
And then Mr. Cramer went into adisgusting berating of us shareholders, calling us drunken, carousing, gambling Falstaffs. He called Dendreon a battleground stock. "Dendreon investors might as well take their money to Vegas."
Cramer talks about the Games Hedge Funds Play. He talks about the amount of money it takes to drive down a stock, he talks about lying and fomenting to hurt a stock, especially if the company reports good news.
The night before the Provenge advisory panel hearing Cramer yells, "Sell, sell, sell!"
After the good panel vote Cramer said he confused it with the fictional drug from a 1993 movie, "The Fugitive," in which Dr. Richard Kimble, played by Harrison Ford, tries to expose a fictitious pharmaceutical company, Devlin-MacGregor.
Cramer said in a video this afternoon on TheStreet.com that this Dendreon (DNDN-NASDAQ) is a classic case of short sellers not covering themselves by not buying calls with the strikes above. Cramer said there are some short sellers who lost their year on DNDN.
"I got into so much trouble with Dendreon once. ... Dendreon is just a failed biotech that I want nothing to do with." He made another Devlin-MacGregor reference.
Cramer calls Dendreon a dog.
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No Penalties for Financial Rapists! - Overstock CEO speaks on Naked Short Selling
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I love his old disclaimer
James J. Cramer is manager of a hedge fund and co-founder of TheStreet.com. At time of publication, his fund had no positions in any stocks mentioned. His fund often buys and sells securities that are the subject of his columns, both before and after the columns are published, and the positions that his fund takes may change at any time. Under no circumstances does the information in this column represent a recommendation to buy or sell stocks. Cramer's writings provide insights into the dynamics of money management and are not a solicitation for transactions. While he cannot provide investment advice or recommendations, he invites you to comment on his column at email@example.com.
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The Bunny Weighs In.
SEC Allows Deci-Billion Dollar Ponzi Scheme to Run For Years
The message is simple - all the markets are rigged and gamed, and the connection in the scam is that delivery is a sham. The crooks and thieves figured out that you can game anything if you can eliminate checks and balances that require delivery of the actual item purchased, and can substitute accepting counterfeits and IOUs. You can manipulate prices, disconnect price from supply of the asset, destroy companies for profit, move the value of underlying assets using derivatives, BK the global financial system...you name it.
This is the market system as it exists in the US.
The cops are bent. The thieves run the game. You are the food, the raw material that goes into one end of the sausage grinder and is turned into their next meal.
And that's the tame version. The sad part is that the press is now nothing more than an arm of the swindling machine. They parrot whatever the thieves want you to hear. And other than a few websites which have been remarkably prescient, there is no dissenting opinion to the pabulum foisted off on the nation's mouth-breathing hordes. On CNBC, all is well. At the SEC, everything's fine. At the WSJ, couldn't be better. NY Times, Floyd's a gentleman and a scholar.
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In my last blog I promised you the list of the stocks that Madoff made a market in, so here it is.
Mad Dog Madoff Steals 50 Billion, Gets Bail - Tip of the Iceberg
by RoryKearney | December 14, 2008 at 07:47 am
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