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Oct. 11, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
Tim Connolly's Winning Strategies will feature naked short selling litigator
Wes Christian, Overstock.com CEO
Patrick M. Byrne and
Robert J. Shapiro, the Chairman and Co-Founder of Sonecon, LLC. They will discuss naked short selling and high frequency trading, as well as
The Wall Street Conspiracy (
http://thewallstreetconspiracy.com), a new documentary film premiering in
Houston at the
South Texas College of Law on
The Wall Street Conspiracy exposes the international collusion surrounding illegal naked short selling. Listen live at noon central on
Friday, October 12 on
www.winningstrategies.net. CRN Digital Talk Radio Network on CRN 4, broadcast by over 200 affiliate stations nationwide listed at
www.crntalk.com. Winning Strategies is Co-hosted by bond expert
Marilyn Cohen, CEO of Envision Capital Management, Inc. (
www.envisioncapital.com) and is sponsored by Corporate Strategies Merchant Bankers, a First Data institutional representative (
Previous guests of
Tim Connolly's Winning Strategies (formerly Corporate Strategies) have included former SEC Chairman
Arthur Levitt, U.S. Senator and Presidential Candidate John McCain, Loews Corp. Co-Chairman
Jonathan Tisch, "Stock Act" original sponsor Congressman
Brian Baird, Linn Energy Chairman and CEO
Mark Ellis, President
George W. Bush Chief of Staff Andy Card, Changewave's
Tobin Smith, CNBC "Mad Money" Host Jim Cramer, Gamco's
Lester Smith, ATP Oil & Gas CFO
Albert Reese, CEO of Huntsman Corporation Jon M. Huntsman, Consolidated Graphics CEO
Joe Davis, Enterprise Products late CEO
Dan Duncan, Celgene's CEO
John Jackson, Landry's CEO
Tilman Fertitta, former Compaq CEO
Eckard Pfeiffer, Money Manager
Louis Navellier, and many others.
About Wes ChristianWes Christian is the senior partner at Christian Smith & Jewell (
www.csj-law.com), a nationally acclaimed trial firm. His cases have appeared in Bloomberg magazine, Forbes, Wall Street Journal and Time magazine. Mr. Christian is a member of the Litigation Council of the State Bar of
Texas and also a Life Fellow of the Texas Bar Foundation. He is a frequent speaker at CLE seminars.
About Patrick M. ByrnePatrick M. Byrne launched Overstock.com in 1999 with
$1.8 million in revenue. In 2010 Overstock had revenues of
$1.2 billion and net income of
$14 million. In 2010 Forbes magazine named Overstock the #9 Best Company to Work for in the Country, and Byrne the CEO with the highest employee approval rating (92%).
Patrick Byrne is a leading voice in a growing movement convinced that powerful interests on Wall Street are destroying American companies for profit - robbing investors and destabilizing our financial system in the process.
About Robert ShapiroDr. Shapiro is Co-Founder and Chairman of Sonecon, LLC, an economic advisory firm that provides in-depth analyses and unique insights into changing economic conditions in
the United States and around the world and the impact of government policies on those conditions and the prospects for particular industries. He has advised, among others,
Al Gore, Jr., British Prime Ministers
Tony Blair and
Barack Obama and
Hillary Clinton; private firms such as Amgen, AT&T, Cisco, Google, Gilead Sciences, NASDAQ, and Fujitsu of
Japan; and non-profit organizations including the American Public Transportation Association and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
About "The Wall Street Conspiracy"The film walks the viewer through the illegal practice of Naked Short Selling, a process through which trillions of dollars have been stolen from hard working Americans by selling them counterfeit stock that does not exist. The Wall Street Conspiracy documents how this terrifying flaw in the system, exacerbated by the electronic execution of computerized trades, can destroy good public companies along with millions of jobs at these companies whose stock is being manipulated.
SOURCE Corporate Strategies