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The L.A. Clippers have acquired forward Wilson Chandler, center Mike Muscala, guard Landry Shamet, two first round draft picks and two second round draft picks from the Philadelphia 76ers in exchange for forward Tobias Harris, center Boban Marjanovic and forward Mike Scott, it was announced today by President of Basketball Operations Lawrence Frank.

“We are excited to welcome Wilson, Mike, and Landry to the L.A. Clippers. Wilson is a veteran player we have long respected for his toughness, versatility and leadership. His hard-nosed mentality will fit right in with the rest of this group,” said Frank. “Mike is a versatile big man who has the ability to shoot the ball and space the floor.”

Frank continued, “We have also admired Landry, a first round pick from Wichita State, since last year’s draft process. He has only justified expectations. Landry quickly earned a spot in the 76ers rotation and has been the most accurate three-point shooter in this year’s rookie class. In addition to Wilson, Mike, and Landry, we obtained multiple draft assets today that will be important building blocks as we continue to carry out our long-term plan — to construct a sustainable championship contender.”

“We are in the unique position to contend now and we think this trade positions us well for the postseason,” 76ers General Manager Elton Brand said. “Tobias is one of the best three-point shooters in the NBA and possesses an innate ability to impact the game on both ends of the floor, while Boban and Mike provide valuable skillsets, size and depth to our team. All three players bring high character to our locker room and we are excited about their fit alongside Joel, Ben, Jimmy and our entire roster.”

Adrian Wojnarowski: Sources: Clippers and Sixers have agreed to trade Tobias Harris, Boban Marjanovic, Mike Scott for Landry Shamet, Wilson Chandler, Mike Muscala, 2020 first-rounder, 2021 unprotected 1st via Miami and two second rounders.

Chris Vivlamore: So final terms on trade: Hawks get: 2017 second-round pick (55-60). Suns get: Mike Scott (since waived), rights to Cenk Akyol and $500,000

Eric Pincus: The Atlanta Hawks will send the Phoenix Suns $500k to take on Mike Scott @BBallInsiders

The Phoenix Suns today completed a deal to acquire forward Mike Scott, the rights to Cenk Akyol and cash considerations from the Atlanta Hawks in exchange for the Suns’ top-55 protected 2017 second-round pick.

Chris Vivlamore: No pick involved in Hawks trade of Mike Scott to Suns. Just cash. Generated a $3.3 million traded player exception.

Chris Vivlamore: Hawks have traded Mike Scott to the Suns.

Adrian Wojnarowski: Sources: Atlanta has traded Mike Scott to the Phoenix Suns for cash.

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TD Ameritrade faces scrutiny over Scottrade purchase

By Matt Scuffham

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(Reuters) - TD Ameritrade AMTD.O has agreed to buy Scottrade for $2.7 billion in a deal that would bring together two of the biggest U.S. discount brokerages, but is expected to face scrutiny from regulators.

It is the latest in a wave of consolidation in an industry which has been grappling with intense competition and weak trading volumes as a result of small investors being drawn towards cheaper investment products that track major indexes.

E*Trade Financial Corp ETFC.O, another discount broker, said in July that it would buy online brokerage OptionsHouse for $725 million, while Ally Financial Inc ALLY.N purchased TradeKing Group for about $275 million a month earlier.

In a connected deal, Toronto-Dominion Bank TD.TO, TD Ameritrade's biggest shareholder, said on Monday it had agreed to buy Scottrade's banking business for $1.3 billion as it continues to ramp up its expansion in the United States.

TD Ameritrade’s acquisition of Scottrade combines two of the United States’ “big five brokerages”, the others being Charles Schwab, Fidelity Investments and E-Trade, and would leave only four major brokers operating in the marketplace.

“I think that the authorities in the United States are unlikely to let this pass without a pretty close look,” said John Briggs, an antitrust attorney with the law firm Axinn, Veltrop & Harkrider. “I think the transaction deserves scrutiny and will get scrutiny.”

TD Ameritrade’s CEO Tim Hockey said he believed regulators would look at the deal “fairly.”

“I still think this is a considerably competitive marketplace, that’s for sure. There are lots of opportunities for additional competitors to get into our space and continue to drive price competition,” he said.

The deal will produce a combined business with around 10 million client accounts and $1 trillion in assets, which will execute around 600,000 trades per day.

The purchase prices comprises $1.7 billion in cash and $1 billion in new shares. It will net a windfall for Scottrade’s co-founder and Chief Executive Rodger Riney, who set the company up in 1980. Riney, who said last year he was being treated for cancer, will join the TD Ameritrade board and also become TD Ameritrade’s fourth biggest shareholder.

“The environment has become more challenging than ever and we’ve faced some of our own internal pressures. As the years have gone by, it has become apparent that scale is more important than ever,” Riney said on Monday.

In addition to investors switching from buying individual stocks to holding cheaper index-tracking funds, discount brokerages have also been facing price competition from full-service brokerages and automated investment advisers, known as robo advisers. However, new regulations on giving retirement advice in the United States are expected to benefit discount brokerages because investors may switch to them from the full-service brokerages to avoid fees.

Hockey said TD Ameritrade will look at further deals which “make strategic and financial sense” in addition to Scottrade.

TD Ameritrade, 42-percent owned by Toronto Dominion Bank, said it expected annual cost savings of $450 million as a result of the deal, with another $300 million of potential savings identified in the longer term.

As part of those plans, Hockey said around 25 percent of the combined business’s 600 branches will be closed. TD Ameritrade currently has 100 branches while Scottrade has 500. Hockey said in the interview the combined workforce of 10,000 will be reduced by about 20 percent.

TD Bank has been expanding aggressively in the United States, growing both its retail and investment banking divisions as it looks to diversify from its home market. It has already grown to be one of the 10 biggest banks in the United States and has a major retail presence with 1,300 branches.

Shares in TD were up 0.3 percent with TD Ameritrade down 3.3 percent in mid-day trade.

Источник: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-scottrade-financ-m-a-td-ameritrade-idUSKCN12N0XV

Roger Scott Talks About Teaching People How to Trade & Invest in a Complicated Market

Beverly Hills, CA, Nov. 09, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Roger Scott is an entrepreneur, expert trader, system developer, and Chief Trading Strategist of Wealthpress.com. His mission is straightforward: He wants to teach as many people as possible how to become better traders and investors in this complicated market.

Listen to the complete interview of Roger Scott with Adam Torres of Mission Matters Money Podcast.

How did you get started?

A friend introduced Scott to the stock market a few weeks before he was accepted to law school. Although he was planning on becoming a lawyer, he says the market bug bit him, and he spent as much time in law school researching the market as his own coursework. He never practiced law, but he notes law school taught him how to think. Today, he wants to give people the skills to take their trading to the next level and understand what it takes to win in today’s complex market environment.

Swing trading, short and medium-term trends

Roger Scott explains swing trading as an activity that takes advantage of short-term price swings in stocks that last anywhere from three days to three weeks. Every tradable asset is subject to two kinds of trends: long-term and short-term. “In swing trading, we are doing the short term trend, whereas position traders or investors would take advantage of the long term trend,” he says.

Market volatility & momentum

“The problem with day trading is, it's not enough time for your profits to develop because you're only giving yourself six and a half hours within the trade. So your accuracy has to be astronomical,” Scott notes. “So in my personal experience, day trading is not the best way to utilize your time. I find that positions that last anywhere from a few days to a few weeks tend to work well with options, and they do well with that type of timeframe.”

Stock options and ETFs

Stock options have grown in popularity, Scott says, because ETFs (exchange-traded funds) have pretty much replaced ordinary commodities and futures. They bridge the gap between commodities and stocks. Even everyday traders are now trading stock options; they're incorporating these ETF options for currencies, commodities, cryptocurrencies, and more.

He notes that stock options are more extensive and powerful now, not just because of their liquidity and what people can do with them, but also the assets that can be traded with it, e.g., taking a mutual fund and trading it like a stock. As a result, he says ETFs are replacing ordinary commodities and futures.

WealthPress.com

Scott believes WealthPress.com is one of the fastest-growing financial publishers in history because it gives people accurate, usable, actionable information people can apply in their trading on a day-to-day basis. That's the reason he says he launched the site: he wants to communicate the truth about what makes markets move.

WealthPress has a variety of programs for a variety of clients who come from all walks of life. Some programs are for clients who have more money to trade with, while others are geared toward clients with less.

"We have several flexible programs for all types of traders, whether you're brand new, or you've been doing this for 30 years," Scott says. “I think for anybody who wants to delve into the future of trading, there's no better way than to get started with WealthPress right now."

To learn more, visit wealthpress.com or rogerscott.com.

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Источник: https://www.globenewswire.com/news-release/2021/11/09/2330270/0/en/Roger-Scott-Talks-About-Teaching-People-How-to-Trade-Invest-in-a-Complicated-Market.html

Gordon Scott has been an active investor and has provided education to individual traders and investors for over 20 years. He is a licensed broker, an active trader, and proprietary day trader.

Gordon teaches the Investopedia Academy's Penny Stock Trading course, but his background in instruction is broad and deep. From 2013 to 2018 he was the Managing Director of the Chartered Market Technician (CMT) designation's examination program for the CMT Association (cmtassociation.org). The CMT is a globally-accepted technical analysis credential in the financial industry.

Gordon has over 15 years experience as a trading coach. For four years, he was the content manager at Investools, which publishes research and commentary on trading strategies. Gordon developed an online curriculum and oversaw its growth during the Thinkorswim and TD Ameritrade mergers.

Gordon's career also includes 10-years with International Business Machines Corporation (IBM), where he developed instructional materials and business process refinement. He also was an Adjunct Instructor at Brigham Young University–Organizational Strategy and Leadership department.

Gordon is co-author of the book, Invest to Win (McGraw-Hill 2013), with Toni Turner. The book provides insight on investing approaches and in managing a bullish portfolio known as the GainsMaster Investing method.

Education

Gordon received his Bachelor of Arts in technical writing from Brigham Young University and earned his master's degree in instructional technology at San Jose State University. Gordon is a Chartered Market Technician (CMT). He is also a member of the CMT Association.

Источник: https://www.thebalance.com/gordon-scott-4776220

The Securities and Exchange Commission today charged Scottrade with failing to provide the agency with complete and accurate information about trades done by the firm and its customers, which is commonly called “blue sheet” data.

Scottrade, which is headquartered in St. Louis, agreed to settle the charges by paying a $2.5 million penalty and admitting it violated the recordkeeping provisions of the federal securities laws.

According to the SEC’s order instituting settled administrative proceedings, broker-dealers like Scottrade are required upon request to electronically provide the SEC with blue sheet data so the agency can use it to identify and analyze trades in the course of investigations and other work.  Blue sheets contain the details of each equity or options trade that is routed through clearing broker-dealers.  The term “blue sheet” stems from the color of the forms originally mailed to broker-dealers to complete and return to the SEC.  The process shifted to an electronic format in the 1980s.

“Blue sheet information is the lifeblood of many SEC investigations and examinations,” said Andrew J. Ceresney, director of the SEC’s Division of Enforcement.  “When firms fail to provide us with accurate or complete trade data, it risks compromising our ability to detect and investigate securities law violations.”

According to the SEC’s order, the SEC staff sent electronic blue sheet requests to Scottrade in December 2011 in connection with an investigation the agency was conducting into suspicious trades made in a Scottrade online brokerage account that was the apparent victim of account intrusion.  After receiving the blue sheet information, SEC staff discovered that Scottrade’s submission was incomplete as it failed to include data from a number of trades that resulted from unauthorized account intrusions.  After the SEC staff contacted Scottrade questioning the data, the firm informed the agency that a computer coding error had resulted in the inadvertent omission of the trades. 

The SEC’s order finds that Scottrade’s computer coding error resulted in the omission of trades from blue sheet responses it made to the SEC from March 2006 to April 2012.  During that time, Scottrade failed to provide the required blue sheet information on 1,231 occasions.  Scottrade has corrected the deficient code responsible for its inaccurate and incomplete blue sheet responses.

“Scottrade’s failure over six years to provide accurate and complete blue sheet trading data was egregious and violated its obligations under the securities laws,” said Daniel M. Hawke, director of the SEC’s Philadelphia Regional Office and chief of the Enforcement Division’s Market Abuse Unit.  “Firms need to ensure that that they comply with their blue sheet production obligations or, as in Scottrade’s case, they will pay a heavy price if they fail to do so.”

Scottrade admits the facts underlying the charges made in the SEC’s order, which requires Scottrade to cease and desist from committing or causing any violations and any future violations of Section 17(a) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and Rules 17a-4(j), 17a-25, and 17a-4(f)(3)(v).  In addition to the $2.5 million penalty, Scottrade has agreed to undertake such remedial measures as retaining an independent consultant to review its supervisory, compliance, and other policies and procedures designed to detect and prevent securities laws violations related to blue sheet submissions.

The SEC’s investigation was conducted by Lawrence Parrish and Daniel Koster of the Philadelphia Regional Office.  The case was supervised by Kingdon Kase.  The SEC appreciates the assistance of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority.

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Источник: https://www.sec.gov/news/press-release/2014-17

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Senior Associate (Non-resident), Abshire-Inamori Leadership Academy

Scott Miller is a senior associate (non-resident) with the Abshire-Inamori Leadership Academy, focusing on leadership development programs for public- and private-sector executives. From 2012 until 2017, he held the William M. Scholl Chair in International Business at CSIS. The Scholl Chair focuses on key issues in the global economy, such as international trade, investment, competitiveness, and innovation. From 1997 to 2012, Mr. Miller was director for global trade policy at Procter & Gamble, a leading consumer products company. In that position, he was responsible for the full range of international trade, investment, and business facilitation issues for the company. He led many campaigns supporting U.S. free trade agreements and has been a contributor to U.S. trade and investment policy over many years. Mr. Miller was a member of the State Department’s Advisory Committee on International Economic Policy. Earlier in his career, he was a manufacturing, marketing, and government relations executive for Procter & Gamble in the United States and Canada.

Источник: https://www.csis.org/people/scott-miller

The Securities and Exchange Commission today charged Scottrade with failing to provide the agency with complete and accurate information about trades done by the firm and its customers, which is commonly called “blue sheet” data.

Scottrade, which is headquartered in St. Louis, agreed to settle the charges by paying a $2.5 million penalty and admitting it violated the recordkeeping provisions of the federal securities laws.

According to the SEC’s order instituting settled administrative proceedings, broker-dealers like Scottrade are required upon request to electronically provide the SEC with blue sheet data so the agency can use it to identify and analyze trades in the course of investigations sf marin food bank other work.  Blue sheets contain the details of each equity or options trade that is routed through clearing broker-dealers.  The term “blue sheet” stems from the color of the forms originally mailed to broker-dealers to complete and return to the SEC.  The process shifted to an electronic format in the 1980s.

“Blue sheet information is the lifeblood of many SEC investigations and examinations,” said Andrew J. Ceresney, director of the SEC’s Division of Enforcement.  “When firms fail to provide us with accurate or complete trade data, it risks compromising our ability to detect and investigate securities law violations.”

According to the SEC’s order, the SEC staff sent electronic blue sheet requests to Scottrade in December 2011 in connection with an investigation the agency was conducting into suspicious trades made in a Scottrade online brokerage account that was the apparent victim of account intrusion.  After receiving the blue sheet information, SEC staff discovered that Scottrade’s submission was incomplete as it failed to include data from a number of trades that resulted from unauthorized account intrusions.  After the SEC staff contacted Scottrade questioning the data, the firm informed the agency that a computer coding error had resulted in the inadvertent omission of the trades. 

The SEC’s order finds that Scottrade’s computer coding error resulted in the omission of trades from blue sheet responses it made to the SEC from March 2006 to April 2012.  During that time, Scottrade failed to provide the required blue sheet information on 1,231 occasions.  Scottrade has corrected the deficient code responsible for its inaccurate and incomplete blue sheet responses.

“Scottrade’s failure over six years to provide accurate and complete blue sheet trading data was egregious and violated its obligations under the securities laws,” said Daniel M. Hawke, director of the SEC’s Philadelphia Regional Office and chief of the Enforcement Division’s Market Abuse Unit.  “Firms need to ensure that that they comply with their blue sheet production obligations or, as in Scottrade’s case, they will pay a heavy price if they fail to do so.”

Scottrade admits the facts underlying the charges made in the SEC’s order, which requires Scottrade to cease and desist from committing or causing any violations and any future violations what is the capital of wyoming cheyenne Section 17(a) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and Rules 17a-4(j), 17a-25, and 17a-4(f)(3)(v).  In addition to the $2.5 million penalty, Scottrade has agreed to undertake such remedial measures as retaining an independent consultant to review its supervisory, compliance, and other policies and procedures designed to detect and prevent securities laws violations related to blue sheet submissions.

The SEC’s investigation was conducted by Lawrence Parrish and Daniel Koster of the Philadelphia Regional Office.  The case was supervised by Kingdon Kase.  The SEC appreciates the assistance of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority.

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Источник: https://www.sec.gov/news/press-release/2014-17

Center for Strategic & International Studies

Senior Associate (Non-resident), Abshire-Inamori Leadership Academy

Scott Miller is a senior associate (non-resident) with the Abshire-Inamori Leadership Academy, focusing on leadership development programs for public- and private-sector executives. From 2012 until 2017, he held the William M. Scholl Chair in International Business at CSIS. The Scholl Chair focuses on key issues in the global economy, such as international trade, investment, competitiveness, and innovation. From 1997 to 2012, Mr. Miller was director for global trade policy at Procter & Gamble, a leading consumer products company. In that position, he was responsible for the full range of hotels near bangor international airport scott trade com, investment, and business facilitation issues for the company. He led many campaigns supporting U.S. free trade agreements and has been a contributor to U.S. trade and investment policy over many years. Mr. Miller was a member of the State Department’s Advisory Committee on International Economic Policy. Earlier in his career, he was a manufacturing, marketing, and government relations executive for Procter scott trade com Gamble in the United States and Canada.

Источник: https://www.csis.org/people/scott-miller

Scottrade clients have moved to TD Ameritrade

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The risk of loss in trading futures and forex can be substantial. Clients must consider all relevant risk factors, including their own personal financial situation, before trading.

Trading foreign exchange on margin carries a high level of risk, as well as its own unique scott trade com factors. Forex investments are subject to counter-party risk, as there is no central clearing organization for these transactions. Please read the Forex Risk Disclosure before trading this product.

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All investments involve risks, including the loss of principal invested. Past performance of a security does not guarantee future results or success.

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Gordon Scott has been an active investor and has provided education to individual traders and investors for over 20 years. He is a licensed broker, an active trader, and proprietary day trader.

Gordon teaches the Investopedia Academy's Penny Stock Trading course, but his background in instruction is broad and deep. From 2013 to 2018 he was the Managing Director of the Chartered Market Technician (CMT) designation's examination program for the CMT Association (cmtassociation.org). The CMT is a globally-accepted technical analysis credential in the financial industry.

Gordon has over 15 years experience as a trading coach. For four years, he was the content manager at Investools, which publishes research and commentary on trading strategies. Gordon developed an online curriculum and oversaw its growth during the Thinkorswim and TD Ameritrade scott trade com career also includes 10-years with International Business Machines Corporation (IBM), where he developed instructional materials and business process refinement. He also was an Adjunct Instructor scott trade com Brigham Young University–Organizational Strategy and Leadership department.

Gordon is co-author of the book, Invest to Win (McGraw-Hill 2013), with Toni Turner. The book provides insight on investing approaches and in managing a bullish portfolio known as the GainsMaster Investing method.

Education

Gordon received his Bachelor of Arts in technical writing from Brigham Young University and earned his master's degree in instructional technology at San Jose State University. Gordon is a Chartered Market Technician (CMT). He is also a member of the CMT Association.

Источник: https://www.thebalance.com/gordon-scott-4776220

Scott Carter

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30 years of experience
7 years at AQR
B.S., University of Rhode Island
M.B.A., Cornell University

Scott Carter is a Principal and Head of Trading and Financing at AQR Capital Management. In this role, he leads the firm’s global trading team and portfolio finance effort, overseeing the trade execution, financing, clearing and cash management of AQR’s funds and managing the firm’s counterparty relationships. Scott is a member of the firm’s Enterprise Risk Committee, Best Execution Committee, as well as all counterparty committees and numerous investment committees. Scott has over 30 years of industry experience in a variety of sales and trading roles, including 20 years at Deutsche Bank where he was North American Co-Head of Global Prime Finance, the firm’s equity prime brokerage and swap business, as well as Global Head of Hedge Fund Consulting. Scott earned a B.S. in finance from the University of Rhode Island and an M.B.A. from the Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University. 

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Источник: https://www.aqr.com/About-Us/OurFirm/Scott-Carter

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The L.A. Clippers have acquired forward Wilson Chandler, center Mike Muscala, guard Landry Shamet, two first round draft picks and two second round draft picks from the Philadelphia 76ers in exchange for forward Tobias Harris, center Boban Marjanovic and forward Mike Scott, it was announced today by President of Basketball Operations Lawrence Frank.

“We are excited to welcome Wilson, Mike, and Landry to the L.A. Clippers. Wilson is a veteran player we have long respected for his toughness, versatility and leadership. His hard-nosed mentality will fit right in with the rest of this group,” said Frank. “Mike is a versatile big man who has the ability to shoot the ball and space the floor.”

Frank continued, “We have also admired Landry, a first round pick from Wichita State, since last year’s draft process. He has only justified expectations. Landry quickly earned a spot in the 76ers rotation and has been the most accurate three-point shooter in this year’s rookie class. In addition to Wilson, Mike, and Landry, we obtained scott trade com draft assets today that will be important building blocks as we continue to carry out our long-term plan — to construct a sustainable championship contender.”

“We are in the unique position to contend now and we think this trade positions us well for the postseason,” 76ers General Manager Elton Brand said. “Tobias is one of coldwell banker alexandria va rentals best three-point shooters in the NBA and possesses an innate ability to impact the game on both ends of the floor, while Boban and Mike provide valuable skillsets, size and depth to our team. All three players bring high character to our locker room and we are excited about their fit alongside Joel, Ben, Jimmy and our entire roster.”

Adrian Wojnarowski: Sources: Clippers and Sixers have agreed to trade Tobias Harris, Boban Marjanovic, Mike Scott for Landry Shamet, Wilson Chandler, Mike Muscala, 2020 first-rounder, 2021 unprotected 1st via Miami and two second rounders.

Chris Vivlamore: So final terms on trade: Hawks get: 2017 second-round pick (55-60). Suns get: Mike Scott (since waived), rights to Cenk Akyol and $500,000

Eric Pincus: The Atlanta Hawks will send the Phoenix Tarrant county sub courthouse mansfield hours $500k to take on Mike Scott @BBallInsiders

The Phoenix Suns today completed a deal to acquire forward Mike Scott, the rights to Cenk Akyol and cash considerations from the Atlanta Hawks in exchange for the Suns’ top-55 protected 2017 second-round pick.

Chris Vivlamore: No pick involved in Hawks trade of Mike Scott to Suns. Just cash. Generated a $3.3 million traded player exception.

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Adrian Wojnarowski: Sources: Atlanta has traded Mike Scott to the Phoenix Suns for cash.

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