Mr. Martin Wheatley has resided at Hong Kong [ SFC ]

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Mr. Martin Wheatley has resided at Hong Kong [ SFC ]

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Dear Forum,

Do you know Mr. Martin Wheatley?

Mr Wheatley has worked for the London Stock Exchange for 18 years, from 1985 to 2004. He has moved to Hong Kong since June 2005, i.e. 2.33 years ago. Click http://www.google.com.hk/search?complet ... a=&aq=null

Feel excited? I guess you can't stop the temptation to spread the news, right?

Do you have any messages you want me to send him?

Regards,
660ky612 from Hong Kong
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Play Emperor's New Clothes??


Take on the street : what Wall Street and corporate America don't want you to know : what you can do to fight back / Arthur Levitt with Paula Dwyer, Pantheon; 1st edition, October 2002. (352 pages)
http://search.barnesandnoble.com/bookse ... &itm=2#TOC <--- Read a Sample Chapter

ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Arthur Levitt was the twenty-fifth chairman of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. First appointed by President Clinton in July 1993, he was reappointed in May 1998 and in 1999 became the longest-serving SEC chairman. Before joining the commission, Mr. Levitt worked for sixteen years on Wall Street, served as chairman of the American Stock Exchange (1978-1989), and owned Roll Call, a newspaper that covers Capitol Hill.
Paula Dwyer has worked for BusinessWeek since 1985. She currently serves as deputy chief in the magazine's Washington, D.C., bureau.
CONTENTS
Acknowledgments ix
Introduction 3

1. How to Sleep as Well as Your Broker 17

2. The Seven Deadly Sins of Mutual Funds 41

3. Analyze This 65

4. Reg FD: Stopping the Flow of Inside Information 87

5. The Numbers Game 105

6. Beware False Profits: How to Read Financial Statements 144

7. Pay Attention to the Plumbing 175

8. Corporate Governance and the Culture of Seduction 204

9. How to Be a Player 236

10. Getting Your 401(k) in Shape 257

Appendix: Power Games 285
Glossary 309
Index 319
Gauß
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Brokers, Gurus, Experts, Analysts (so-called), Mutual Funds sales Manager (high-load off balance sheet type);
Sales professor of Finance, superior and inferior goods;
Government Officials;
Mass Media -Radios, Newspapers, TVs, Orchestras;
Merchant, conglomerate with control of the Media;
Researchers, being played but do not aware of.


Ladies and Gentlemen,

I know I know these facts are relatively well-known in the United States.
But how about elsewhere?
(Ans. In addition, consider the different variations and features here in Hong Kong.)

I understood no-one here in Hong Kong would take the bother to read http://diehards.org/forum/viewtopic.php ... t+advisors when I first posted it on July, 2007.

Investment gurus always like to say "the general public are required to be educated".

Now please read Chapter 1 "How to Sleep as Well as Your Broker" http://search.barnesandnoble.com/bookse ... &itm=2#TOC <---- read a Sample Chapter.
and imagine as it was live from the mouth of Arthur Levitt, the past SEC chairman, Stock Exchange and an experienced broker from USA.

Yes, I am doing the homework.

660ky612 from Hong Kong.

PS. As Gauss mentioned, I was not pretty and bright enough, but maybe I'll honor my neighbor's daughter to give an presentation to the general public AROUND the world.
Thank you Gauss of beta.
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660ky612 wrote:Image

Dear Forum,

Do you know Mr. Martin Wheatley?

Mr Wheatley has worked for the London Stock Exchange for 18 years, from 1985 to 2004. He has moved to Hong Kong since June 2005, i.e. 2.33 years ago. Click http://www.google.com.hk/search?complet ... a=&aq=null

Feel excited? I guess you can't stop the temptation to spread the news, right?

Do you have any messages you want me to send him?

Regards,
660ky612 from Hong Kong
Please offer him my congratulations the next time you see him.
Regards,
gatorman
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Post by 660ky612 »

To say something fair: Mr. Martin Wheatley has worked at Hong Kong for around 2.5 years and he is simply an employee.

Attention is drawn to the following post: "new Boglehead and now i want to fire my financial advisor"
http://www.diehards.org/forum/viewtopic ... ht=#140126

660ky612 from Hong Kong
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will Mr. Wheatley need a room for sleeping or jumping tonight?
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