Andrew Abraham

andy-0101 My name in Andrew Abraham. I have been investing in commodities and managed futures since 1994. I adhere to the philosophy of trend following. Trend following stresses a disciplined approach to commodity/ futures trading. Successful trend following and commodity futures investing requires patience, discipline and actively managing the risk. What sets me apart from other traders is that I am not only concerned about the return on investment but how much risk I will have to tolerate to achieve my goals.

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MF Global Trustee Finds $567 Million Of The Lost Cash At JP Morgan

Great reporting on behalf of Robert Lenzer from Forbes. He has been on this case from the get go. I joked with him and asked him if he was Woodward and Bernstein put together from the Watergate case. He has been tenacious to get the truth out unlike the CFTC,CME,MF Global, the so called “Trusted” Trustee James Giddens,Mary Shapiro of the SEC, and Gensler from the CFTC.

His interests are to protect the financial integrity of the US. All regards to Bob. He is the man! He is not billing at $890 a hour like James Giddens. His reporting is hard nosed and to the point!

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MF Global Trustee Finds $567 Million Of The Lost Cash At JP Morgan

Aha! Six days after the House of Morgan said it did not have the segregated customer accounts of the bankrupt MF Global, the Trustee in bankruptcy has informed a group of traders trying to get their money back that yes, indeed, 88% of the missing $630 million has been found.

But, JP Morgan and the Trustee are planning to hold these funds until the bankruptcy court can decide indeed who are the rightful owners of the money. This infuriates the traders who have been in touch with me tonight. They are petitioning the court, JP Morgan and the Trustee to free up these funds so that many traders can go back to their livelihood.

A lawyer close to the case is furious that the legal struggle over this money may damage innocent traders who were doing business with MF Global as well as JP Morgan who lent $2.2 billion to Mf Global, and the Trustee who is charging well over $800 an hour for his services. The lawyer tk Giddens made $160 million as Trustee in the Lehman Bros. bankruptcy I am being told.

I am demanding an explanation from JP Morgan as to why they didn’t reveal the existence of the money before tonight– especially after denying it was there. Another sordid chapter in the modern history of finance capitalism.

Andrew Abraham
Abraham Investment Management

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