1:31 p.m. Dec. 17, 2020
- By John Coates
New SEC chair needs to tackle these 5 big issues so the government can do a better job for investors Reforms should focus on accredited investors, proxy advisers, broker conduct and company financial reportsSEC reforms should focus on accredited investors, proxy advisers, broker conduct and company financial reports.
4:46 p.m. Nov. 10, 2020
- By Jay Lipman
Investors are losing patience with Big Tech over its lax policing of harmful internet content Media companies have a responsibility to disseminate fair, accurate and inclusive contentMedia companies have a responsibility to disseminate fair, accurate and inclusive content.
4:05 a.m. June 6, 2020
- By Mark Hulbert
These Chinese stocks will be hurt the most if the U.S. forces them to delist U.S. investors will find it tougher and more expensive to buy shares in some Chinese companiesU.S. investors will find it tougher and more expensive to buy shares in some Chinese companies if delisting law is passed.
5:27 a.m. May 20, 2020
- By Therese Poletti
Luckin Coffee shows how risky Chinese IPOs can be, but investors are just not listening After the debacle surrounding the would-be Starbucks slayer, it’s time for more U.S. government regulation on these dicey dealsOver the last few years, investors have been warned by shareholder advocates, a few short sellers, this column on MarketWatch, and most recently by the Securities Exchange Commission, about the huge risks they are taking by investing in Chinese initial public offerings in the U.S. markets. But based on the success of Kingsoft Cloud’s IPO Friday, investors are not listening.