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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SEC Comment Letters Shed More Light on Reverse Factoring


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This post is published with permission of Olga Usvyatsky, a former VP of Research at Audit Analytics. She has a distinguished library of blogs and op-eds on accounting, buy-side research, and data analysis. Ms. Usvyatsky is currently enrolled as a PhD in Accounting student at Boston College, where she earned her MS in Accounting degree.

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Cybersecurity Litigation Review


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Cybersecurity has gone from a niche concern to a hot topic in the D&O insurance world. Tomorrow, on September 23rd, we will be attending (remotely of course) a webinar hosted by PLUS on how companies can strategically handle cybersecurity concerns. We are an independent research provider that uses an extensive database of public information to create easy-to-use reports for over 4,500 publicly traded companies. Since we track cybersecurity incidents and all material litigation for public companies, we thought we could use this as an opportunity to provide a little color to the important discussions concerning cybersecurity.

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Impact of Cyan: Comparing the Market Today to the Pharmaceuticals of Yesteryear


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Watchdog Research provides an easy-to-use report for over 4,500 public companies based on 29 different categories of public disclosures. Our extensive database enables us to study larger trends affecting publicly traded companies.

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The Five Riskiest Industries for Securities Class Action Litigation


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Our team analyzes public company disclosures for over 4,500 public companies and summarizes that information in an easy-to-use report.Beyond creating company reports, our data can be used to analyze general trends and provide insight into many aspects the public company marketplace. Two members of our team, Joseph Burke PhD and Joseph Yarbrough, PhD, have analyzed our data to delve deeper into the risk that companies face from securities class action lawsuits and published their findings on Google Scholar.

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Six Leading Indicators of Securities Litigation


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At Watchdog Research our team analyzes public company disclosures and summarizes that information in an easy-to-use report. Our reports include 29 different categories, and each one is assigned a green, yellow, or red flag. These flags have helped our D&O Subscribers assess and price risks into their premiums in a way that is easy to understand for their clients.

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Chinese Companies: Listed vs. Delisted in the Past Decade


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Our company specializes in assessing the probability a company will suffer a Gray Swan Event, rare but predictable events that can negatively affect the value of company stock. Our products help capture and assess risk. The collapse of Luckin Coffee was a powerful reminder of how risky an investment in a Chinese company can be, however, at the time our analysis did not capture the risk posed by Luckin.

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UPDATE: Where in the World is Marcum Bernstein Pinchuk?


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Marcum BP is a joint venture between Marcum LLP and Bernstein & Pinchuk LLP specializing mostly in Chinese clients. Their practice of “city-swapping” raises some interesting questions.

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Total articles: 63(page 1 of 9 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.

Articles

Articles

SEC Comment Letters Shed More Light on Reverse Factoring


Posted on

This post is published with permission of Olga Usvyatsky, a former VP of Research at Audit Analytics. She has a distinguished library of blogs and op-eds on accounting, buy-side research, and data analysis. Ms. Usvyatsky is currently enrolled as a PhD in Accounting student at Boston College, where she earned her MS in Accounting degree.

Posted in

Cybersecurity Litigation Review


Posted on

Cybersecurity has gone from a niche concern to a hot topic in the D&O insurance world. Tomorrow, on September 23rd, we will be attending (remotely of course) a webinar hosted by PLUS on how companies can strategically handle cybersecurity concerns. We are an independent research provider that uses an extensive database of public information to create easy-to-use reports for over 4,500 publicly traded companies. Since we track cybersecurity incidents and all material litigation for public companies, we thought we could use this as an opportunity to provide a little color to the important discussions concerning cybersecurity.

Posted in

Impact of Cyan: Comparing the Market Today to the Pharmaceuticals of Yesteryear


Posted on

Watchdog Research provides an easy-to-use report for over 4,500 public companies based on 29 different categories of public disclosures. Our extensive database enables us to study larger trends affecting publicly traded companies.

Posted in

The Five Riskiest Industries for Securities Class Action Litigation


Posted on

Our team analyzes public company disclosures for over 4,500 public companies and summarizes that information in an easy-to-use report.Beyond creating company reports, our data can be used to analyze general trends and provide insight into many aspects the public company marketplace. Two members of our team, Joseph Burke PhD and Joseph Yarbrough, PhD, have analyzed our data to delve deeper into the risk that companies face from securities class action lawsuits and published their findings on Google Scholar.

Posted in

Six Leading Indicators of Securities Litigation


Posted on

At Watchdog Research our team analyzes public company disclosures and summarizes that information in an easy-to-use report. Our reports include 29 different categories, and each one is assigned a green, yellow, or red flag. These flags have helped our D&O Subscribers assess and price risks into their premiums in a way that is easy to understand for their clients.

Posted in

Chinese Companies: Listed vs. Delisted in the Past Decade


Posted on

Our company specializes in assessing the probability a company will suffer a Gray Swan Event, rare but predictable events that can negatively affect the value of company stock. Our products help capture and assess risk. The collapse of Luckin Coffee was a powerful reminder of how risky an investment in a Chinese company can be, however, at the time our analysis did not capture the risk posed by Luckin.

Posted in

UPDATE: Where in the World is Marcum Bernstein Pinchuk?


Posted on

Marcum BP is a joint venture between Marcum LLP and Bernstein & Pinchuk LLP specializing mostly in Chinese clients. Their practice of “city-swapping” raises some interesting questions.

Posted in
Total articles: 63(page 1 of 9 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.

Articles

Articles

SEC Comment Letters Shed More Light on Reverse Factoring


Posted on

This post is published with permission of Olga Usvyatsky, a former VP of Research at Audit Analytics. She has a distinguished library of blogs and op-eds on accounting, buy-side research, and data analysis. Ms. Usvyatsky is currently enrolled as a PhD in Accounting student at Boston College, where she earned her MS in Accounting degree.

Posted in

Cybersecurity Litigation Review


Posted on

Cybersecurity has gone from a niche concern to a hot topic in the D&O insurance world. Tomorrow, on September 23rd, we will be attending (remotely of course) a webinar hosted by PLUS on how companies can strategically handle cybersecurity concerns. We are an independent research provider that uses an extensive database of public information to create easy-to-use reports for over 4,500 publicly traded companies. Since we track cybersecurity incidents and all material litigation for public companies, we thought we could use this as an opportunity to provide a little color to the important discussions concerning cybersecurity.

Posted in

Impact of Cyan: Comparing the Market Today to the Pharmaceuticals of Yesteryear


Posted on

Watchdog Research provides an easy-to-use report for over 4,500 public companies based on 29 different categories of public disclosures. Our extensive database enables us to study larger trends affecting publicly traded companies.

Posted in

The Five Riskiest Industries for Securities Class Action Litigation


Posted on

Our team analyzes public company disclosures for over 4,500 public companies and summarizes that information in an easy-to-use report.Beyond creating company reports, our data can be used to analyze general trends and provide insight into many aspects the public company marketplace. Two members of our team, Joseph Burke PhD and Joseph Yarbrough, PhD, have analyzed our data to delve deeper into the risk that companies face from securities class action lawsuits and published their findings on Google Scholar.

Posted in

Six Leading Indicators of Securities Litigation


Posted on

At Watchdog Research our team analyzes public company disclosures and summarizes that information in an easy-to-use report. Our reports include 29 different categories, and each one is assigned a green, yellow, or red flag. These flags have helped our D&O Subscribers assess and price risks into their premiums in a way that is easy to understand for their clients.

Posted in

Chinese Companies: Listed vs. Delisted in the Past Decade


Posted on

Our company specializes in assessing the probability a company will suffer a Gray Swan Event, rare but predictable events that can negatively affect the value of company stock. Our products help capture and assess risk. The collapse of Luckin Coffee was a powerful reminder of how risky an investment in a Chinese company can be, however, at the time our analysis did not capture the risk posed by Luckin.

Posted in

UPDATE: Where in the World is Marcum Bernstein Pinchuk?


Posted on

Marcum BP is a joint venture between Marcum LLP and Bernstein & Pinchuk LLP specializing mostly in Chinese clients. Their practice of “city-swapping” raises some interesting questions.

Posted in
Total articles: 63(page 1 of 9 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.

Articles

Articles

SEC Comment Letters Shed More Light on Reverse Factoring


Posted on

This post is published with permission of Olga Usvyatsky, a former VP of Research at Audit Analytics. She has a distinguished library of blogs and op-eds on accounting, buy-side research, and data analysis. Ms. Usvyatsky is currently enrolled as a PhD in Accounting student at Boston College, where she earned her MS in Accounting degree.

Posted in

Cybersecurity Litigation Review


Posted on

Cybersecurity has gone from a niche concern to a hot topic in the D&O insurance world. Tomorrow, on September 23rd, we will be attending (remotely of course) a webinar hosted by PLUS on how companies can strategically handle cybersecurity concerns. We are an independent research provider that uses an extensive database of public information to create easy-to-use reports for over 4,500 publicly traded companies. Since we track cybersecurity incidents and all material litigation for public companies, we thought we could use this as an opportunity to provide a little color to the important discussions concerning cybersecurity.

Posted in

Impact of Cyan: Comparing the Market Today to the Pharmaceuticals of Yesteryear


Posted on

Watchdog Research provides an easy-to-use report for over 4,500 public companies based on 29 different categories of public disclosures. Our extensive database enables us to study larger trends affecting publicly traded companies.

Posted in

The Five Riskiest Industries for Securities Class Action Litigation


Posted on

Our team analyzes public company disclosures for over 4,500 public companies and summarizes that information in an easy-to-use report.Beyond creating company reports, our data can be used to analyze general trends and provide insight into many aspects the public company marketplace. Two members of our team, Joseph Burke PhD and Joseph Yarbrough, PhD, have analyzed our data to delve deeper into the risk that companies face from securities class action lawsuits and published their findings on Google Scholar.

Posted in

Six Leading Indicators of Securities Litigation


Posted on

At Watchdog Research our team analyzes public company disclosures and summarizes that information in an easy-to-use report. Our reports include 29 different categories, and each one is assigned a green, yellow, or red flag. These flags have helped our D&O Subscribers assess and price risks into their premiums in a way that is easy to understand for their clients.

Posted in

Chinese Companies: Listed vs. Delisted in the Past Decade


Posted on

Our company specializes in assessing the probability a company will suffer a Gray Swan Event, rare but predictable events that can negatively affect the value of company stock. Our products help capture and assess risk. The collapse of Luckin Coffee was a powerful reminder of how risky an investment in a Chinese company can be, however, at the time our analysis did not capture the risk posed by Luckin.

Posted in

UPDATE: Where in the World is Marcum Bernstein Pinchuk?


Posted on

Marcum BP is a joint venture between Marcum LLP and Bernstein & Pinchuk LLP specializing mostly in Chinese clients. Their practice of “city-swapping” raises some interesting questions.

Posted in
Total articles: 63(page 1 of 9 with 7 articles)

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