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There is just no way you can look at this chart, and say anything other than "NJ, NY, CT, MA, RI, DC, LA, MI, and IL did absolutely horrible". Looking at this particular moment in time, and ignoring that, simply isn't scientific. You'll note Arizona...is at the bottom. https://t.co/8OYvUuHvX5
Elon Musk has been knowingly and specifically lying about Tesla’s autopilot and FSD capabilities since Mobileye fired his ass for knowingly and specifically lying about theirs back in 2016. The @FTC and @SEC_Enforcement have done nothing while scores of people have died. Amazing.
This excuse works if you ignore #BaFin and any agencies must report concerns of fraud & criminality if it's brought to their attention. Reality is those that reported @Wirecard fraud were persecuted $WDI. You can't polish a turd only sprinkle it in glitter https://t.co/beKh4YLKpw
Secondly - concerns were raised to the German Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU). About time #BaFin and the regulators stop making excuses! Who has been suspended for incompetence? @ESMAComms the excuses evident the competence! #Fraud #AML #KYC
@AIMhonesty @Lordshipstrade For sure you know, but may be not all do: Fuchs 2016 joined Herview Limited (--> Trustpay). Other directors tell other stories from other times... --> https://t.co/OAc7LlkXH5 @HerrTschalek @bergermann1904 https://t.co/hksoeM5M6L https://t.co/P6fOEcaCUf
Fuchs was involved in more than that, but I'll leave that for a few weeks time! @Wirecard have it coming to them in buckets. $WDI was aided by a regulator that refused to act. #Wirecard is quickly evolving into the worlds most corrupt listed company. #DAX https://t.co/zo38VuIex4
The SEC has never asked me to be in a panel and the PCAOB turned me down to be a member of its Standing Advisory Group. So I guess I have to be satisfied with many from both regulators subscribing to my blog and now my newsletter https://t.co/9P60gTFtvO since 2006.
Listening to the rough version of @WoodMackenzie Crude for Thought podcast on all the derivative impacts of the DAPL decision. Colleagues did a great job. Look for it on Spotify pretty soon. Four or five mega 'unit trains' needed per day. Discounts bleed into other pricing hubs. https://t.co/T3p5VPHBAZ