Timothy Sykes: ‘The SEC Are Rapists’
"What I plan to do is start all over again and repeat my original feat. I'll begin with the same $12,415 in Bar Mitzvah Gift Money I originally received back in 1999 and trade my way back up to $1.65 million dollars for a second time I'm going to describe everything I do on TimothySykes.com I'll show everyone exactly what I'm doing so you guys can watch and interact with me while learning my strategies. The key is that I'll hold nothing back. My every move will be open to public scrutiny. I'll be using a regular discount online brokerage account to prove that anybody can do it. The goal is to help everyone learn by laying everything out there and breaking it down to the basics and i have a feeling I might enjoy proving all my naysayers wrong It's going to be wild!Oh, Tim. Clearly when the bullies beat you down, your mom told you that if-at-first-you-don't-succeed stuff, but did she forget to tell you all those other maxims, like "revenge is the weak pleasure of a little and narrow mind" and "pride comes before a fall"? Timothy Sykes [Official site] Related: Has Every Wall-Streeter Gone Insane? READ MORE »
Maybe it's hubris brought on by the second Gilded Age, but 2007 may well go down as the Year the Wall Streeters Lost It. Just in time to coincide with our Money Issue, we've assembled a handy graphical breakdown of financial-worker malfeasance, from Albert Hsu entrapping an ex-mistress in a simulated rape-kidnapping to John Fitzgerald just plain having a monstrous ego. Spooky! —Dan AmiraREAD MORE »
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