U.N.’s 2014 Year of Family Farms Opens Up Opportunities in Agribusiness Sector
Today more than ever, small farms are important in helping to alleviate the pressing problem of global food insecurity.
SEC Enforcement: Ham Scam Gets Bangkok Trader Slapped With $5.2M Fine
Also, a former First Solar VP is charged with unfair disclosure, and an alleged prime-bank hustle bilked investors of $3.5 million.
SEC Enforcement: Broker Busted for Lying to Investigators
Among recent enforcement actions by the SEC were charges against a Florida-based stock promoter for lying to SEC investigators and suspension of trade of 61 shell companies to preclude fraud.
Is There a Way to Play Commodities’ Wild Ride?
An actively managed fund offers the possibility of benefiting from both the broadly negative trends and positive micro-trends in commodities. But the success of such a strategy depends on the skill and foresight of the manager.