1-Dr. Susanne Trimbath, PhD - April 29, 2021
"Susanne Trimbath holds a Ph.D. in Economics from New York University and received her MBA from Golden Gate University. Prior to forming STP Advisory Services, Dr. Trimbath was Senior Research Economist in Capital Studies at Milken Institute (Santa Monica, CA) and Senior Advisor on the Russian Capital Markets Project (USAID-funded) with KPMG in Moscow and St. Petersburg. She previously served as a manager in operations at Depository Trust Company in New York and the Pacific Clearing Corporation in San Francisco; she started her career in financial services operations at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. Since 1989, Dr. Trimbath has taught economics and finance in university graduate and undergraduate programs as adjunct, associate and full-time professor. In 2009, she was certified to teach in the distance-learning environment by both Bellevue University (Nebraska) and University of Liverpool (UK, by Laureate International, Amsterdam). Dr. Trimbath helped create the Transportation Performance Index for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce (Washington, D.C.) which she used to demonstrate the real economic payoff of investments in infrastructure."
2-Dave Lauer - May 5, 2021- impacts of high frequency trading, and discussion around market structure
3-Carl Hagberg, Retail Shareholder Rights Expert
"Mr. Hagberg has more than 45 years experience in the Securities Industry. He has held senior level positions in operations, marketing and general management assignments and served on the boards of two highly successful financial services companies."
4-Lucy Komisar, Investigative Journalist: a view into the banking systems.
5-Wes Christian - May 18, 2021: a view into how shorting and clearing works, the legal processes behind stock sales and "fail to delivers"
6-Wes Christian - Wes Christian, hosted by Lucy Komisar, part 2. The issues behind "naked short selling, the SEC, and Gamestop".
7-Transfer agents vs brokers - what is the difference:
8-Several loopholes exist to allow major financial institutions to allegedly play "less fair" than they really should be: (more posts to follow)
9-cellarboxing: what is it? - if you have read everything this far you should have a decent idea as to what is going on up to now.
10-more data and content around stock markets (taken down from youtube)
11-Summary of the current thesis (not financial advice)
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