Welcome to SIFFM.com, finding the information you need to know to stay informed about the market issues threatening your financial future.
Small Investors For Fair Markets:
All of America's investment markets should be a fair and level playing field for everyone involved, not just the super wealthy or elite. We need serious market reform before the small investor is completely
wiped out of the markets and there is a complete collapse of our economy. There are several pressing issues which are a cause for concern including Naked Short Selling(NSS) or Fail To Delivers(FTD),
Counterfeiting Stock Certificates, and Electronic Trading, Options & Stock Market Manipulation. The government and regulatory agencies' action or lack of on some of these issues has so far been less than material.
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Naked Short Selling, Fail to Deliver or the Market Reform Movement?
See our NSS/FTD FAQs or take a glance at these pages:
TheSanityCheck.com - Getting Started | FinancialSense.com - Naked Short Selling
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"We need serious market reform before the small investor is completely wiped out of the markets and there is a complete collapse of our economy."
-SIFFM.com, Jan. 2006
"Continued abusive short-selling practices pose strong potential for a systemic Wall Street meltdown that will undermine our capital system and our economic strength. The prosecution of Enron executives will begin in January 2006. On the heels of this tragedy, we are persuaded that Main Street shareholders, through their retirement and other accounts, again may be at risk because of the manipulation of the markets."
-Patrick Byrne, NASAA hearing on NSS, Nov. 30, 2005
"Without further substantive reform to REG SHO, many more small companies in our communities will succumb to failure - not through the mechanism of the marketplace but at the hands of manipulators."
-Ralph A. Lambiase, NASAA Letter to David Patch, Sept. 8, 2005
"If you short a stock for the sole purpose of killing the value, that's a threat to the view that we have an honest market."
-John M. O'Quinn, Wall Street's Next Nightmare?, Oct. 6, 2003