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In our Blog we take a critical look at public company disclosures and focus on issues surrounding transparency, reliability and accuracy. It you are looking for cheerleading, you have come to the wrong place. We rely on information from the best sources available to gain insight into companies and make predictions about what will happen in the future. Nothing in business is certain, so sometimes we will be wrong, but we will always be an independent voice telling you the truth as we see it. We offer Retail Investors our Research Reports for Free.

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The Post-Cyan Paradigm: Part II


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Securities Class Action suits tend to have a negative effect on companies of all sizes. But Small and Mid cap companies tend to suffer more when named as a defendant.

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The Post-Cyan Paradigm


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In March 2018, the Supreme Court handed down a unanimous decision in Cyan Inc. v. Beaver County Employees Retirement Fund (“Cyan”). This decision allowed plaintiffs to bring cases in some state courts which previously had only been triable in federal court. Cyan made it easier for plaintiffs to bring cases, and the predicable result has been an increase in cases.

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Finding Fraud: Chinese Delistings Part II


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57% of Chinese delistings are associated with fraud, illegal activity, or highly suspicious circumstances, according to our research.

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Only the Good Die Young? Chinese Delistings: Part I


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Investors in Chinese companies are at a greater risk of a total loss from delisting than those investing in companies from any other country. This risk is especially high in the first few years after a Chinese company is listed on a U.S. Exchange.

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The Impact of Restatements: The Bigger They Are…


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There is nothing worse as an investor than when a company experiences a gray swan event like a financial restatement. Investors are rarely prepared for the bad news and have difficulty placing it into context; it is no wonder that for many investors the initial reaction to a financial restatement is a panicked sell-off.

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Restatements Are Rare, But Can Pack a Punch


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Public companies are required to keep investors and the public well informed concerning their financial condition. People rely on this information and expect it to be accurate. Accordingly, a company must file a restatement if it determines that its previous financial disclosures were inaccurate, and that people should not rely on them.

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Marcum in the Middle: China, the U.S., and the PCAOB


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We reached out to Marcum LLP, Marcum BP, and the PCAOB for comment concerning this article and did not receive any responses. We will keep you apprised of any responses.

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Total articles: 70(page 1 of 10 with 7 articles)
Watchdog Transparency Blog

Watchdog Transparency Blog

In our Blog we take a critical look at public company disclosures and focus on issues surrounding transparency, reliability and accuracy. It you are looking for cheerleading, you have come to the wrong place. We rely on information from the best sources available to gain insight into companies and make predictions about what will happen in the future. Nothing in business is certain, so sometimes we will be wrong, but we will always be an independent voice telling you the truth as we see it. We offer Retail Investors our Research Reports for Free.

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Articles

Articles

The Post-Cyan Paradigm: Part II


Posted on

Securities Class Action suits tend to have a negative effect on companies of all sizes. But Small and Mid cap companies tend to suffer more when named as a defendant.

Posted in

The Post-Cyan Paradigm


Posted on

In March 2018, the Supreme Court handed down a unanimous decision in Cyan Inc. v. Beaver County Employees Retirement Fund (“Cyan”). This decision allowed plaintiffs to bring cases in some state courts which previously had only been triable in federal court. Cyan made it easier for plaintiffs to bring cases, and the predicable result has been an increase in cases.

Posted in

Finding Fraud: Chinese Delistings Part II


Posted on

57% of Chinese delistings are associated with fraud, illegal activity, or highly suspicious circumstances, according to our research.

Posted in

Only the Good Die Young? Chinese Delistings: Part I


Posted on

Investors in Chinese companies are at a greater risk of a total loss from delisting than those investing in companies from any other country. This risk is especially high in the first few years after a Chinese company is listed on a U.S. Exchange.

Posted in

The Impact of Restatements: The Bigger They Are…


Posted on

There is nothing worse as an investor than when a company experiences a gray swan event like a financial restatement. Investors are rarely prepared for the bad news and have difficulty placing it into context; it is no wonder that for many investors the initial reaction to a financial restatement is a panicked sell-off.

Posted in

Restatements Are Rare, But Can Pack a Punch


Posted on

Public companies are required to keep investors and the public well informed concerning their financial condition. People rely on this information and expect it to be accurate. Accordingly, a company must file a restatement if it determines that its previous financial disclosures were inaccurate, and that people should not rely on them.

Posted in

Marcum in the Middle: China, the U.S., and the PCAOB


Posted on

We reached out to Marcum LLP, Marcum BP, and the PCAOB for comment concerning this article and did not receive any responses. We will keep you apprised of any responses.

Posted in
Total articles: 70(page 1 of 10 with 7 articles)
Watchdog Transparency Blog

Watchdog Transparency Blog

In our Blog we take a critical look at public company disclosures and focus on issues surrounding transparency, reliability and accuracy. It you are looking for cheerleading, you have come to the wrong place. We rely on information from the best sources available to gain insight into companies and make predictions about what will happen in the future. Nothing in business is certain, so sometimes we will be wrong, but we will always be an independent voice telling you the truth as we see it. We offer Retail Investors our Research Reports for Free.

Sign up to get all of our blogs delivered directly to your inbox.

Articles

Articles

The Post-Cyan Paradigm: Part II


Posted on

Securities Class Action suits tend to have a negative effect on companies of all sizes. But Small and Mid cap companies tend to suffer more when named as a defendant.

Posted in

The Post-Cyan Paradigm


Posted on

In March 2018, the Supreme Court handed down a unanimous decision in Cyan Inc. v. Beaver County Employees Retirement Fund (“Cyan”). This decision allowed plaintiffs to bring cases in some state courts which previously had only been triable in federal court. Cyan made it easier for plaintiffs to bring cases, and the predicable result has been an increase in cases.

Posted in

Finding Fraud: Chinese Delistings Part II


Posted on

57% of Chinese delistings are associated with fraud, illegal activity, or highly suspicious circumstances, according to our research.

Posted in

Only the Good Die Young? Chinese Delistings: Part I


Posted on

Investors in Chinese companies are at a greater risk of a total loss from delisting than those investing in companies from any other country. This risk is especially high in the first few years after a Chinese company is listed on a U.S. Exchange.

Posted in

The Impact of Restatements: The Bigger They Are…


Posted on

There is nothing worse as an investor than when a company experiences a gray swan event like a financial restatement. Investors are rarely prepared for the bad news and have difficulty placing it into context; it is no wonder that for many investors the initial reaction to a financial restatement is a panicked sell-off.

Posted in

Restatements Are Rare, But Can Pack a Punch


Posted on

Public companies are required to keep investors and the public well informed concerning their financial condition. People rely on this information and expect it to be accurate. Accordingly, a company must file a restatement if it determines that its previous financial disclosures were inaccurate, and that people should not rely on them.

Posted in

Marcum in the Middle: China, the U.S., and the PCAOB


Posted on

We reached out to Marcum LLP, Marcum BP, and the PCAOB for comment concerning this article and did not receive any responses. We will keep you apprised of any responses.

Posted in
Total articles: 70(page 1 of 10 with 7 articles)
Watchdog Transparency Blog

Watchdog Transparency Blog

In our Blog we take a critical look at public company disclosures and focus on issues surrounding transparency, reliability and accuracy. It you are looking for cheerleading, you have come to the wrong place. We rely on information from the best sources available to gain insight into companies and make predictions about what will happen in the future. Nothing in business is certain, so sometimes we will be wrong, but we will always be an independent voice telling you the truth as we see it. We offer Retail Investors our Research Reports for Free.

Sign up to get all of our blogs delivered directly to your inbox.

Articles

Articles

The Post-Cyan Paradigm: Part II


Posted on

Securities Class Action suits tend to have a negative effect on companies of all sizes. But Small and Mid cap companies tend to suffer more when named as a defendant.

Posted in

The Post-Cyan Paradigm


Posted on

In March 2018, the Supreme Court handed down a unanimous decision in Cyan Inc. v. Beaver County Employees Retirement Fund (“Cyan”). This decision allowed plaintiffs to bring cases in some state courts which previously had only been triable in federal court. Cyan made it easier for plaintiffs to bring cases, and the predicable result has been an increase in cases.

Posted in

Finding Fraud: Chinese Delistings Part II


Posted on

57% of Chinese delistings are associated with fraud, illegal activity, or highly suspicious circumstances, according to our research.

Posted in

Only the Good Die Young? Chinese Delistings: Part I


Posted on

Investors in Chinese companies are at a greater risk of a total loss from delisting than those investing in companies from any other country. This risk is especially high in the first few years after a Chinese company is listed on a U.S. Exchange.

Posted in

The Impact of Restatements: The Bigger They Are…


Posted on

There is nothing worse as an investor than when a company experiences a gray swan event like a financial restatement. Investors are rarely prepared for the bad news and have difficulty placing it into context; it is no wonder that for many investors the initial reaction to a financial restatement is a panicked sell-off.

Posted in

Restatements Are Rare, But Can Pack a Punch


Posted on

Public companies are required to keep investors and the public well informed concerning their financial condition. People rely on this information and expect it to be accurate. Accordingly, a company must file a restatement if it determines that its previous financial disclosures were inaccurate, and that people should not rely on them.

Posted in

Marcum in the Middle: China, the U.S., and the PCAOB


Posted on

We reached out to Marcum LLP, Marcum BP, and the PCAOB for comment concerning this article and did not receive any responses. We will keep you apprised of any responses.

Posted in
Total articles: 70(page 1 of 10 with 7 articles)

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