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By the end of the eight weeks, you have a complete go-to plan," says John Paul, head coach and founder of Day Trade to Win.
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In all, Scottrade permitted customers in 11,708 margin accounts in which pattern day trading was being conducted to execute 171,910 day trades
when the values of their accounts were below the minimum equity requirement.
The award-winning spread betting provider designed Day Trades
specifically for traders who hold their positions only during short-term market movements.
The Complaint further alleges that throughout the Class Period, Citigroup made material misrepresentations in documents and statements issued to Sheehan's clients by omitting material facts concerning the following: (a) the commingling of client assets in the Sheehan Allocation Account; (b) the inherent conflict of interest in allowing Sheehan to dictate the allocation of day trades for his own benefit and for his clients' benefit at the end of each day when the outcome of each trade was known by Sheehan; (c) the risks created by the procedures utilized at Citigroup in allocating trades by Sheehan; and (d) the inequitable allocation of profits from day trades to Sheehan's personal accounts to the detriment of his clients.
If you were a client of Sheehan and maintained any investment accounts at Citigroup in which any day trades occurred during the Class Period, you may, no later than June 17, 2005, request that the Court appoint you as Lead Plaintiff.
The Exchange and Nasdaq will work together to resolve this issue and ensure that the reporting of prior day trades
has no impact on current day trading activity.