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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Confusion Reigns withTrustee and CME Call Centers

The below is from MFG Facts site

Confusion Reigns: Trustee and CME Call Centers Now Twilight Zone

Trustee Giddens applauded himself to the court this week in a filing revealing the Trustee has responded to thousands of calls. These centers are organized to answer questions applicable to the 400 security clients only. So why was a call center set up for over 136,000 commodity clients and customers if there are no answers? Will Judge Glenn inquire into the real effectiveness or purpose of these so-called information centers?
If you’ve tried, you know that calling the Trustee Call centers for guidance turns into a bizarre exchange with a hapless individual reading a script. And if you haven’t called yet, don’t waste your time. The Trustee and his army of 11.00/hour telephone operators have no information relevant to Commodity Customers and Clients. You will be read an irrelevant and absurd answer that has nothing to do with anything concerning recovery of your titled funds. And if they call you back, it will be the same script read again. Every useless call taken, every worthless call back is charged to the MF Global estate.
If you call the CME, they will repeat information provided by the Trustee. Remember, all players (the CME, the CFTC, your FCM) now answer to a New York bankruptcy Trustee who is still trying to figure this industry out.
(As an aside, sources share that former MF Global employees now working for the trustee have needed to organized teaching and training for the Trustee legal staff so they could understand how the industry they are charged with liquidating works.)
As this charade of serving the public with call centers goes on, the theft continues as at the Trustee Giddens attempts to use the courts to commingle customer funds into the MF Global Estate.
We’ll update on the details of work of these cost-intensive disinformation centers. Centers the Trustee is so publicly proud of, court filings reveal boasting Judge Glenn about the thousands of calls taken and returned.
Meanwhile, we share reader correspondence from Mr. B. on the pathetic level of information he receives in his search for answers.
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The trustee seems to be dragging his feet again!!
Response I received from my email inquiring about
my cash accounts
Dear Mr. B,
Those with cash only accounts at MF Global as of October 31st are eligible to receive an interim distribution of a portion of their funds as agreed by the SIPC Trustees. CME published a Q&A last week which should answer some of your questions regarding this interim distribution. Please click on the following link for more information: http://www.cmegroup.com/clearing/files/Nov17DistributionQA.pdf
We hope to have more detailed information about the process either later today or tomorrow, but as of yet have not received detailed account and associated cash balance information from the Trustee. Once CME receives that we will be able to give you information about your account. Please return to the CME Group website for further updates.
Regards,
CME Clearing


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