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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An Open letter to Leaders of the U.S. Futures Industry, Members of U.S. Congress, MF Global Trustee, and Court

An Industry Plea to Fully Restore Our Capital and Faith

To: Leaders of the U.S. Futures Industry, Members of U.S. Congress, MF Global Trustee, and Court

The time has come to fully restore our stolen capital and, in turn, our faith in America.

We have been patient, but our patience has run out.

We have listened to totals of our stolen money that change more frequently than the New England weather.

We are told the world’s best forensic accountants are at work, yet four weeks later it seems as if they’re still choosing pawns in a game of Clue.

We have listened to what a wonderful job the Trustee has done in acting quickly to “free up” a small amount of capital, even though many of us have still not seen a penny.

We have listened to a CME “Guarantee” of $550 Million, even though only $50 Million is designed to replace our stolen funds.

We are told we live in the greatest country in the world that protects its citizens, yet are seeing customers in foreign countries being made whole as we speak while we await our rations.

We are supposed to live in a land of fairness and integrity, yet have seen behemoth J.P. Morgan cut in line in front of us to claim corporate self-interest ahead of our stolen monies.

We have been told for decades by the exchanges and industry that the segregation of customer futures accounts were sacred and that multiple fail-safe firewalls were at work, yet the vault was opened, ransacked, and burned beyond recognition without anyone knowing.

We are supposed to live in a land where our leaders take responsibility, yet have seen more fingers pointed at others than a Family Circus “Not Me”
cartoon.

We are supposed to live in a country of opportunity, yet have seen the retirements and lives of families, farmers, and small businesses ruined.

Our country is supposed to exude trust and confidence, yet we’ve begun to see a crisis of industry confidence as people withdraw funds in mass.

And yet . this excruciating four-week treadmill of events can be switched off by one simple and swift move by the leaders of our industry and the Court.

A promise by Christmas Eve (with subsequent funding) to cut through all of the red tape and corporate interests to restore 100% of our stolen funds.

Not $50 Million. Not 60% or 75%.

100%.

Any penny less will forever compromise our faith in this industry and country.

The time has come for someone to step up and act swiftly and decisively.

The time has come to fully restore our capital . and our faith.

Don Miller

Andrew Abraham
Abraham Investment Management


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2 comments to An Open letter to Leaders of the U.S. Futures Industry, Members of U.S. Congress, MF Global Trustee, and Court

  • John

    As a foreigner trading in US futures, to me this circus certainly exposes the US financial system for the fraud it is. The once-mighty USA can’t even take care of customer funds, so what makes it think it should have any input whatsoever in the world’s financial affairs? I reckon China is laughing…

  • wex2

    The only solution that will restore confidence in the Futures markets is an insurance system akin to SPIC that pays immediately upon failure of a member firm.

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