so bad that yes the SEC should be involved but they don't care as these crooked firms continue to play this game for their and their mates benefit. I mean they have doubled their warehouse space, are growing revenue exponentially and margins in the very areas these mugs are trying to say they face increasing competition - what a load of rubbish! Thanks for the cheap shares ;-)
It would be so easy for the SEC to bust these a---oles too. They could easily prove who manipulated the last few weeks and who's been buying shares today. While JP Morgan might have sold a few hundred thousand shares today to get the retail sector selling, they probably picked up a few million shares that they shook lose. Such corrupt manipulation. The SEC doesn't care about the individual investor though, and thats the irony because according to their mission statement, it's the individual investor that they were formed to protect.