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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More Insult and Injury attempted by JP Morgan on MF Global Customers

The ridiculous and absurdity continues. Accounts that were violated now are trying to be blocked by JP Morgan. Read below…and if you have an account at JP Morgan maybe you think about closing it!

I urge everyone who is a victim and has their account broken into and violated, to email or fax the Honorable Judge Martin Glenn.

This is our money! If JP Morgan gains access to our money, NOTHING IS SAFE OR SACRED!
This money was not pledged by us. This is an outrage and the Trustee despite his statements has a long and deep relationship with JP Morgan. Just go to the web site of Hubbard Hughes & Reid and you will see hundreds of millions of transactions.

How dare the Trustee claim he has limited dealings with JP Morgan! Judge Martin Glenn was lied to by the lawyers of MF Global that there was no shortfall.

Congressmen & Women…Senators …Stop this Outrage and return integrity to the US Financial markets

Below is a recent article from the NY Post

Dimon eyes clawback
Chase leads block of MF distribution
By KAJA WHITEHOUSE

More Print
Mf Global’s burned commodity customers turned their ire from Jon Corzine to Jamie Dimon yesterday after MF’s creditor committee, led by Dimon’s JPMorgan Chase, objected to a plan to distribute $2.1 billion to customers who have seen their accounts frozen since Halloween.
In a Manhattan bankruptcy court filing, the creditors committee, which also includes Bank of America and hedge fund Elliott Management, said they want more assurances that the $2.1 billion is not their money.
Among their requests: They want customers to agree in writing that the money they receive could be clawed back.

BLOOMBERG
CFTC’s Bart Chilton

James Giddens, the trustee responsible for helping the brokerage customers recover their assets, moved last week to return the $2.1 billion to customers — many of whom use their accounts to pay monthly bills — in the coming weeks. The judge is expected to rule on Friday.
Meanwhile, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission ruled to make it tougher, if not impossible, for commodity futures firms to dip into customer’s cash accounts.
The CFTC, which regulates commodities, voted unanimously to forbid futures brokerage firms from using customers’ cash to trade risky assets, like foreign sovereign debt, among other changes.
It’s not clear whether this rule would have prevented thousands of MF’s customers from seeing their assets frozen after up to $1.2 billion in funds supposedly vanished following MF’s collapse, but some regulators have said it could have done the trick.
The CFTC had shelved the rule earlier this year amid opposition from executives, including MF’s now-disgraced CEO, Corzine.
Corzine, who has not been seen publicly since he resigned from MF last month, is scheduled to make his first appearance on Thursday before the House agriculture committee.
Tamara Hinton, the committee’s spokeswoman, said the subpoena calling for his attendance “has been issued and served.”
Two other congressional committees will also vote this week on whether to subpoena him.

Read more: http://www.nypost.com/p/news/business/dimon_eyes_clawback_kREEfrYWIbA84Om6j2kKmK#ixzz1fmOsQEv7

Andrew Abraham
Abraham Investment Management


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