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rvga128 413 posts  |  Last Activity: 12 hours ago Member since: Dec 5, 2003
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  • Reply to

    Short-term cross of death

    by marcino3000 14 hours ago

    "stupid failed attempts at humor" that says it all. He survives by posting on MB and deludes about having company.

  • Section 103 of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 charges the PCAOB with creating auditing and other related standards for registered public accounting firms when preparing audits. It also authorizes the Board to create any rules it deems necessary to ensure auditor independence. Section 103 also requires the Board to create expert advisory groups so as to help in setting these standards and help in creating the process and procedures used to create the standards. The Board has convened a Standing Advisory Group (SAG) which advises the Board on the establishment of auditing and related professional practice standards. The Board's staff is involved in drafting proposed standards and in might also create groups to assist the staff with drafting language. While the Board will officially establish standards, it encourages the public to be a part of the process. The Board encourages proposals and recommendations from the members of the accounting profession, investors, preparers of financial statements, and others. The development process generally includes input from the SAG and may also include input from other public forums. When development is complete, PCAOB staff will recommend a proposed standard in an open meeting. Once approved by the Board, it will be published for public comment. After comments have been reviewed by the Board and its staff, and the proposed standard has been adjusted to integrate the comments, the staff will recommend a final standard. Final standards adopted by the PCAOB are submitted to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for approval. They do not become effective unless approved by the SEC

  • Reply to

    Price target $3.50 before earnings

    by nolic1944 Jul 21, 2014 1:23 PM

    WRONG again and again!

  • Reply to

    Waiting to see lawsuit against PWC....

    by altaga47 16 hours ago

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    Really PwC is an honest company! They why this?
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    PwC is embroiled in controversy thanks to the recent scandal involving Barclays’s admitted manipulation of the Libor.

    PwC was an auditor for the British bank, which recently admitted to and was fined for manipulating Libor rates, the average interest rate that banks charge each other for lending money. Barclays was fined $453 million for manipulating the rate and most recently saw its CEO, Robert Diamond, resign in response to increased pressure from UK legislators, regulators, and stockholders about the scandal.

    Other banks are still being investigated for rate rigging, including Citigroup, Deutsche Bank, HSBC, JP Morgan Chase, and Royal Bank of Scotland.

    The scandal involving Barclays is the latest in a string of allegations and concerns about high-profile PwC clients. JP Morgan, MF Global, and Chesapeake Energy all retain PwC as their auditor, and all have caused concerns due to surprising losses, scandals, and fraud allegations that went unreported by PwC.

    A less well-known scandal involved PwC’s handling of Centro, an Australian real estate developer, which ended in PwC agreeing on a settlement that may be worth millions of American dollars. The case was based on a shareholder claim that the auditors incorrectly classified about $3.1 billion of corporate debt, resulting in millions of dollars in lost share prices.

    PwC claimed it was given “insufficient information” in the case.

    While Barclays will continue to face scrutiny in the UK, it is unclear if PwC will face similar scrutiny by regulators

  • Reply to

    Really PwC is an honest company! They why this?

    by rvga128 Jul 15, 2014 5:42 PM

    Even Auditors, can be bought! CB and Hedge Fund Partners did finally buy them off.

  • Reply to

    This is What Opportunity Looks Like

    by walrathcraig550 Apr 30, 2014 6:09 PM
    rvga128 rvga128 Jul 15, 2014 10:23 PM Flag

    I have seen a lot of know it alls- but they all know diddly squat!
    Your rants here prove that. You visit this MB occasionally- and think you know this investment like the back of your palm. Keep up with your ignorant rants- its is a free country.

  • PwC is embroiled in controversy thanks to the recent scandal involving Barclays’s admitted manipulation of the Libor.

    PwC was an auditor for the British bank, which recently admitted to and was fined for manipulating Libor rates, the average interest rate that banks charge each other for lending money. Barclays was fined $453 million for manipulating the rate and most recently saw its CEO, Robert Diamond, resign in response to increased pressure from UK legislators, regulators, and stockholders about the scandal.

    Other banks are still being investigated for rate rigging, including Citigroup, Deutsche Bank, HSBC, JP Morgan Chase, and Royal Bank of Scotland.

    The scandal involving Barclays is the latest in a string of allegations and concerns about high-profile PwC clients. JP Morgan, MF Global, and Chesapeake Energy all retain PwC as their auditor, and all have caused concerns due to surprising losses, scandals, and fraud allegations that went unreported by PwC.

    A less well-known scandal involved PwC’s handling of Centro, an Australian real estate developer, which ended in PwC agreeing on a settlement that may be worth millions of American dollars. The case was based on a shareholder claim that the auditors incorrectly classified about $3.1 billion of corporate debt, resulting in millions of dollars in lost share prices.

    PwC claimed it was given “insufficient information” in the case.

    While Barclays will continue to face scrutiny in the UK, it is unclear if PwC will face similar scrutiny by regulators.

  • Reply to

    This is What Opportunity Looks Like

    by walrathcraig550 Apr 30, 2014 6:09 PM
    rvga128 rvga128 Jul 15, 2014 5:39 PM Flag

    Wal! Where did you pick this moron from. He sounds #$%$ crazy-!

  • Reply to

    This is What Opportunity Looks Like

    by walrathcraig550 Apr 30, 2014 6:09 PM
    rvga128 rvga128 Jul 15, 2014 5:21 PM Flag

    "You just can't fix stupid"- and quit projecting!

  • Anybody with a clue? Please.

  • Reply to

    NQ pretty violatile today

    by sidelurker Jul 14, 2014 2:54 PM
    rvga128 rvga128 Jul 14, 2014 4:51 PM Flag

    Like your spouse who has to deal with you!

  • rvga128 rvga128 Jul 14, 2014 1:52 PM Flag

    What did Joe Williams get paid to write three articles by the BS Carson!

  • rvga128 rvga128 Jul 14, 2014 1:51 PM Flag

    That Joe Williams article on Seeking LIES- was full of lies. Stop the SHEET!

  • rvga128 rvga128 Jul 14, 2014 12:28 PM Flag

    They wan to warm your bottom? You should have a problem with it- it has been used so many times.

  • Reply to

    HALTED

    by sidelurker Jul 14, 2014 9:32 AM
    rvga128 rvga128 Jul 14, 2014 10:32 AM Flag

    He is a low life- like usual spouting lies to make a living. He is working for a #$%$ on less then minimum wages to pay for his drugs.

  • Secret Path Revealed for Chinese Billions Overseas!
    How the Government is testing to see Yaun can enter currency markets.

  • Reply to

    Translated

    by stockman1st Jul 13, 2014 9:52 PM
    rvga128 rvga128 Jul 13, 2014 10:05 PM Flag

    Doubt II: Muddy Waters released the first half beat timing, where to get HowNet Qin plan?
      October 25, 2013, Muddy Waters released the first round when Qin short report coincides network秦美国CEO and head of investor relations to Beijing to participate in the annual conference of NetQin eight aircraft, compared NetQin conference 8 hours ahead. Muddy Waters once again short report NetQin NetQin off than the release of IR released an open letter to investors ahead of five hours, and are leaving in the first days after the Han Ying, a few hours before the opening.
      I very much doubt, muddy water is too CNKI Qin how these internal timetable? possibility conference found a message from the public is relatively large, why not send network秦美国executives in the United States, landing in China is not made, while on the plane happens when hair? because they can cause investors looking to escape the illusion of missing shutdown. However, network executives what time the plane Qinmei Guo, muddy water where know?
      Third doubt: Muddy why suddenly behind Han Ying?
      As hunting cloud network in the "conspiracy theory? muddy water behind again questioned the existence of three NetQin doubt, "said a text analysis, muddy Why early as June 25 to know Han Ying to leave? Why the sudden resignation after come out to speak to her?
      Muddy water first as early as June 25 on "know" the Han Ying Qin notify the network has to leave, and they know the Han Ying's resignation is "with NetQin's own questions about" this conclusion, and the official said NetQin "personal reasons, and no differences NetQin" inconsistent. Subsequently, the muddy water also detailed "hint" of Han Ying in muddy water between said NetQin pressure on internal corruption.
      In addition to serving network chairman Han Ying Qin OIA committee, also served as muddy water short nets during an independent investigation committee in charge of Qin Qin, directly responsible to the Commission hired Deloitte Hillman and muddy investigation regarding allegations of NetQin. I will not speak of muddy water that is where these people know the only thing Han Ying, only stands to reason that a bunch of old enemies, muddy water come out to speak to Han Ying, not deliberately discredit, he can only think otherwise a.

  • rvga128 rvga128 Jul 12, 2014 11:53 PM Flag

    The more articles are put out- I use an indicator that somebody is thrashing a company as they are shorts and know that their game is up.

  • rvga128 rvga128 Jul 12, 2014 11:49 PM Flag

    He put in his article about a month ago in 06/2014 and claimed he was long. But a post I copied is from the same guy beating down on NQ in 05/2014. In other words he was lying in 06/2014. Hope you get that!

  • Reply to

    JOE WILLIAMS OF SEEKING ALPHA IS A DESPERATE SHORT

    by foundit7 Jul 12, 2014 7:47 PM
    rvga128 rvga128 Jul 12, 2014 7:56 PM Flag

    You state you are long. After reading your article that is not easily seen. What makes us believe you are long even harder to believe is a recent comment you made on a different article, as seen below;
    Joe A. Williams
    , contributor
    Comments (19)

    "When the audit is complete there should be a clear winner." I wonder if the winner will be some-1 who has totally forgotten about the fact that NQ tanked earnings guidance in 2013 of +17 cents & instead lost 5 cents per share. That is why the stock is in the toilet, nobody wants a money loser. If you get the "cleanest" audit possible you are then left with a company that loses money & tanks eps guidance! To "bet" on "hoping" the audit is clean & THEN ALSO "bet & hope" that they won't tank the guidance again this year makes you an incredible optimist!
    27 May, 07:07 AMat means it less clear that you are long ins a recent comment on another article;
    Are you sure you are long?
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    This was a reply by Dr.BBLZ when he wrote his first article on NQ in June, 2014 and claimed as long.
    But he has not answered to it. And SA let him add two more articles

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