Post by inthenow1 on Sept 23, 2006 15:49:12 GMT -4
Millions of Americans have e-mailed, faxed and written to Congress and the Media - personally and collectively .. with very slow reaction by all.
We have a "Petition - forcing Market reform!" with 2,073 signers. Others available - but not approached yet - suggestions encouraged.
1) CMKX - shareholders & Family - 40,000 to 120,000
2) All NSS'd CO's - shareholders & Family - 1 to 2 million
3) Pensioners funds stolen, Union & Mgmnt - 3 to 5 million
4) Social Security Benefits - Market Fears - 10's of millions
Do you, as we, believe a Petition with millions of Americans signed will prompt our paid representatives to catch, arrest, strip assets and put them in jail under RICO .. Trillions of dollars have been devalued on nearly all of American holdings. How long must we wait???
Last Edit: Sept 23, 2006 16:00:14 GMT -4 by inthenow1
Senators Grassly and Specter made a request for information regarding Gary Aguirre's allegations concerning his investigation and dismissal. The SEC responded with the "norm" BS reply that the information was "confidential" and would neither confirm or deny an ongoing investigation.
How do they continue to dodge the bullets? Why is it allowed and who is responsible?
How do reporters and journalists get away with some of their antics? Do their bosses have someone in their pockets?
If I danced around on national television like a gerbil on crack, being disrespectful and belligerent, while antagonizing a Federal agency by doing everything but taking a dump on a government issued subpoena, would I be out of solitary confinement yet?
If I called Chris Cox into the "House of Pain", asking him to bring his pooper scooper and clean up my mess, would he be so quick to act upon my request, considering I am the average "Jane"?
We have witnessed several companies on the otcbb and pink sheet markets call for their shareholders to request certificates in order to move forward with either a dividend ,or some other company incentive or distribution.
It appears as if the brokerages are either dragging their feet, or having difficulty with many of these requests.
In turn, the shareholders who did obtain certificates wait endlessly on the brokerages who will not comply with the requests of the remaining shareholders.
Why does the SEC fail to step in and force compliance on the part of the brokerages?
How is it possible for any company to comply with SOX or Commission guidelines when the DTCC refuses to open their books and disclose the amount of shares available in the market?
Isn't this a typical double-edged sword?
It's as if the SEC is saying:
"If you don't comply with the guidelines, we'll get you."
"If you do comply with guidelines and the accounting is not up to par, or we find one error in your report, when it suits our need to meticulously research your filing, we'll get you."
Post by sinatrafan2 on Sept 24, 2006 9:25:30 GMT -4
Do you believe it's possible in this present climate, that if a BOD's declare they are going to do a reverse split but will not increase their order share again without shareholder approval and they follow it up with regular, positive PR's re valuation, do you think it could work in CMKX's favour? (given that they trade again some day)
Patrick did a good job in his radio interview talking about how many investors do not understand why their stocks flatline for no apparent reason. Can you review this with us? How has it harmed companies like Krispy Kreme?