http://www.streetinsider.com/Corporate+News/U.S.+SEC+Charges...$15mm? Chump change. Byrne says they're guilty of at least 100x that. And he's burying gold in the desert to pay his team when the world falls apart so he knows what he's doing.Or not.
It's actually chump change considering GS's market cap is down 2.4B$ since market opened this morning.15M$ is the fine for a loose computer software and insufficient accuracy in record keeping. I'd bet that 15M$ that GS has a boatload of laundy that's way more dirty than that somewhere.Wacky Patty just got handed another last tiny shred of hope in his jihad/crusade (that's never been really clear...), and if he jumps back on that bandwagon and stop selling toasters, OSTK will be back in the low single digits soon.
http://www.wsj.com/articles/overstock-reaches-settlement-wit......and with BAC/Merrill.So now Byrne can get back to his core competency which is hoarding gold & bitcoin.
http://www.nytimes.com/2016/01/31/business/case-sheds-light-...How did the writer not include the "Austrian" angle with the trillions of dollars in daisy-chain fails? I say sue Arnold.
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