SEC Releases Report on the 9/11 Put Options
As I have mentioned before, I have always had a special academic side interest on the subject of the 9/11 put options, so it was especially interesting to read more on the SEC and FBI investigation into this, which was recently released. Despite the troofer claims that nothing connected to 9/11 was ever investigated, this part of the investigation was actually more extensive than previously believed.
In addition to the sex industry groups identified above, we also reviewed trading in certain financial products, including exchange traded funds and broad and narrow indices (e.g. Dow Jones Industrial Average, Nasdaq 100, and the American Stock Exchange Airline Index).Together with the market surveillance groups at several self regulatory organizations (SROs), including the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), the American Stock Exchange (Amex), the Philadelphia Stock Exchange (PHLX), and the NASDR, we obtained the identity of numerous accounts that traded in a total of 103 individual securities and 32 indices or exchange traded funds. We reviewed and analyzed trading records for those accounts to determine whether trades made during the period prior to September 11 were consistent with earlier trading. When possible, we interviewed the individuals for the investment decisions and/or the traders who placed the trades.
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