Fraud Short Sellers Trigger Regulators’ Misunderstanding of Reverse Mergers

2014-02-20

Worldwide Acceptance of Reverse Mergers The facts are clear and the conclusions are self-evident. 1) About 40% of all companies listed on the Australian Stock Exchange are reverse merger companies. 2) About 40% of all companies listed on the Canadian markets are reverse merger companies. 3) About 20% of all companies listed on the U.S. […]

Stanford University: No Evidence Shows Chinese Reverse Merger Firms Are Problematic

2013-03-28

Stanford University Research: No Evidence Shows Chinese Reverse Merger Firms Are More Problematic: Stanford University Research: No Evidence Shows Chinese Reverse Merger Firms Are More Problematic CNBC: Short Sellers Misled Markets Lack of Understanding of Reverse Mergers Chinese reverse merger companies listed on U.S. exchanges are not inherently more toxic than similar U.S.-based firms, according to […]

Stanford University Research: Chinese Reverse-Merger Firms Outperform U.S. Peers

2013-01-23

Chinese companies entering the U.S. stock market in the past decade through reverse mergers have outperformed U.S. companies that used the same route to list, belying reports by short sellers including Muddy Waters LLC, a Stanford University professor said. The track record of Muddy Waters founder Carson Block has been mixed, said Charles Lee, an […]

After the Gold Rush, Then what? Finance Expert Benjamin Wey predicts

2011-02-01

It’s official: China has confounded the pessimists. Instead of fizzling out in a hot-money-fueled meltdown, China’s economy could be about to enjoy the holy grail of all economic managers: the Goldilocks scenario. A broad range of industries is set to benefit from the country’s growing economic maturity, but none more so than its banks. Chinese […]