Here is the link for the signoffs on the SEC website for the statements by Company CEOs and CFOs.
"Companies whose CEOs and CFOs are required to file sworn statements with the Commission are listed below. The Commission will electronically scan all statements after they are received. Once a statement has been scanned, it can be viewed by clicking on the receipt date indicated for each company. Please note that there are separate lists for each company's CEO and CFO.
After a filed statement has been reviewed by the Commission, the boxes below will indicate whether the written statement is in the exact form of Exhibit A of the Commission's order or whether a statement in a different form has been filed."
Only a few have been submitted.
h t t p://www.sec.gov/rules/extra/ceocfo.htm
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I assume that statement is based on your knowledge and signature on disposition certificates in TN. and GA. Most undertakers cannot even balance their checkbooks yet alone read and understand an audited factual financial report.
There's a backdoor kick in the butt coming for a lot of investors. Just wait to see how much different the new "CEO signed" financial statements will look. Once these guys start getting religious about these statements, many of those apples that have been shined for years, are going to start to show an awful lot of rotten spots. I can't imagine what Cisco's next quarterly report will look like! I got a feelin that a whole lot of shaken will be goin on around October 15!!!! This will be doubly true if high tech flyers have to start expensing options! Many will have future earnings reduced by 25% and more! The only good side to this is that those who received these options and thought that they had the keys to the vault, may find out that their options never make it "into the money".