Benjamin Wey, Vindicated American Financier Fights Back, Facts Revealed

BENJAMIN WEY: American Financier, Investigative Journalist, Patriot. Columbia University alum, holds two master’s degrees. 

BREAKING NEWS, COMPLETE VICTORY: “Financier Benjamin Wey Exonerated in Victory, Defeats False SEC, DOJ Charges, Hires Plaintiffs Lawyers, Seeks $1 Billion in Damages Against Liars and Abusers.”Press Release from Benjamin Wey, read the case background

NOTICE: Contact Benjamin Wey via email:  JustinceForBenjaminWey@gmail.com 

On August 8, 2017, the SEC, DOJ’s fabricated, racially charged, politically motivated case crumbled: All allegations against Wall Street employer Benjamin Wey, New York Global Group were voluntarily dismissed.  Read media reports from New York Business JournalThe Wall Street Journal, Reuters, The New York Times, Bloomberg and many other press articles. Read more: VINDICATED AMERICAN FINANCIER BENJAMIN WEY HIRES PLAINTIFFS LAWYERS, SEEKS DAMAGES, JUSTICE.

Benjamin Wey commented in a press release: “Government agencies were misled by the vindictive NASDAQ, FINRA – of which we are not even their damn members within their jurisdiction – but they colluded and blatantly retaliated against a NASDAQ-listed company, which had won against a rigged NASDAQ delisting, exposed racial profiling of China-based companies. These liars enriched their own commercial interests at our expense, purposefully lying to our government for personal gains in a rotten regulatory regime.” Stanford University says “Chinese reverse mergers outperform U.S. counterparts,” echoed by CNBC and Reuters; NY Law Journal confirms Federal Judge Alison Nathan Defends Constitutional Rights; The New York Times reported Made-up case against Wall Street financier follows government’s pattern of fabricated cases.

BREAKING NEWS: Federal judge P. Kevin Castel condemned the corrupt SEC staff Cheryl Crumpton, Derek Bentsen in a June 2, 2017 court order as “slyly feigns a belief… deceptive practice by the SEC.” And, Vindicated Lawyer William Uchimoto Sues SEC Enforcement Abusers Cheryl Crumpton, Derek Bentsen, Steven Susswein, Melissa Hodgman, Patrick Feeney, Joshua Braunstein for Fraud, Seeks Rule 11 Sanctions – SEC FOIA production.

BENJAMIN WEY never settles false claims while defeating racist retaliation exposed in NASDAQ’s lies told by Ed Knight and FINRA’s fabricated case planted by FINRA’s fraudulent Robert Colby, who orchestrated FINRA NAC fraud, FINRA kangaroo court, colluded with a liar Maureen Geartyexposed in here, in here, in hereMaureen Gearty was sued in a RICO fraud, in here and here, who conspired with the corrupt SEC imbeciles – Steven Susswein, Patrick Feeney, Cheryl Crumpton, Derek Bentsen, Melissa Hodgman, Joshua Braunstein – lied to judges, fabricated the law – shamelessly calling Benjamin Wey a “Chinaman” and a “Chinese nigger.” These regulatory abusers were duped by stock short seller criminals in Jon Carnes stock fraud, Roddy Boyd fraudsters, swindler Jon Carnes market manipulation and Roddy Boyd bribery, Roddy Boyd short seller fraud in here, and here, here, and here, and here.

“NASDAQ STOCK MARKET’S ED KNIGHT, THE CULPRIT BEHIND THE ABUSE”:  Senior NASDAQ staff lied to the DOJ, SEC agents, retaliated against a January 18, 2011 racial discrimination lawsuit against the Nasdaq by former U.S. Senator Arlen Specter. Within days on January 25, 2011, acting on NASDAQ’s lies, government agents illegally searched our offices, which was ruled a “gross violation” of our constitutional rights by federal court in June 2017. An SEC ruling in 2013 equally concluded the NASDAQ had rigged the delisting of a former client – China-based CleanTech Innovations, Inc, exposed by Forbes. Chinese companies can choose among 60 stock exchanges worldwide to go public. Many have ditched the racist NASDAQ, says the Corporate Counsel magazine. We have advised clients to dump the rigged NASDAQ in two multi-billion dollar “going private” deals – after the racist NASDAQ staff Edward Knight, Michael Emen, Gary Sundick, William Slattery, Alan Rowland were exposed by the SEC commissioners in a unanimous 2013 ruling as the NASDAQ racists targeting the Chinese, rigging a delisting – a landmark SEC decision that found “[T]he record does not show that the specific grounds on which NASDAQ based its delisting decision of [CleanTech Innovations] exist in fact” – it was the first time in NASDAQ’s history the NASDAQ thieves were caught. NASDAQ staff has literally committed crimes by lying to government agents. Who will be held accountable? Stay tuned…

“CHINESE OR JEWISH REVERSE MERGER? ANTI-CHINESE OR ANTI-SEMITIC?”: Investors invest to make a profit. No one cares if a company is a reverse merger – misconstrued by the malicious SEC, DOJ bureaucrats, or a risky IPO, says Stanford University research. The NYSE, Berkshire Hathaway (Warren Buffett merged with a garment factory), Burger King, the $160 billion Pfizer-Allergan merger – the world’s largest pharma deal, plus 600 other U.S. listed companies are all reverse mergers. Bloomberg reported in Feb 2017 “reverse merger listings created billionaires worth $47 billion.” The fraudulent NASDAQ itself was a Form 10 public shell, not an IPO. 40% of public companies in China, Canada, Hong Kong, UK are reverse mergers – says Bloomberg. The racist SEC abusers coined a racist term “Chinese reverse merger.” But far more Israel-based reverse merger companies trade in the U.S. than those from China. Why haven’t the racist SEC staff Melissa Hodgman, Derek Bentsen, Cheryl Crumpton, Steven Susswein, Patrick Feeney or the SDNY DOJ labeled Israeli firms as Jewish reverse mergers?” How soon are they slaughtered as anti-Semites? Reverse merger is a routine business practice, defined by Investopedia. On May 26, 2017, The Wall Street Journal reported NYSE pursues listings of SPACs, reverse merger, direct listing companies.

“FRANKS HEARING, LIARS EXPOSED”: A venerable New York federal judge held a rare “Franks Hearing” on Jan 23, 2017 to investigate if “the Government acted in good faith.” The notorious FBI agent MATT KOMAR (shield #22666), who was caught lying repeatedly under oath, is the same lying fraudster being sued for fraud in David Ganek vs. Matt Komar, FBI etc. for fabricating evidence, ruining fund manager David Ganek and Level Global – costing them $4 billion, revealed in federal judge Pauley III’s court decision against Matt Komar, exposed in a 2nd Circuit court brief – reported by Reuters, Fortune, The New York TimesWall Street Journal, Forbes,CNBC – David Ganek is an American hero. Rogue FBI agent THOMAS MCGUIRE (NY Bar registration #3020781), who is a racist moron totally confused between China and Chinatown, who made extensive false affidavits under oath about normal market activities, is a repeat lawbreaker twice previously exposed in United States Vs. Metter and United States Vs. Jean-Pierre Neuhaus for fabricating vidence – “Who should I believe [between two FBI agents’ sworn testimony]?…it wasn’t a fog of memory… FBI Agent Thomas McGuire was prepped… It was a specific memory inconsistent with what Agent Thomas McGuire had testified to.” – Federal Judge Alison Nathan said in a hearing on Feb 17, 2017.  DAVID MASSEY, a fraudulent former SDNY prosecutor was caught fabricating a Nasdaq listing rule, whose tiny Richards, Kibbe & Orbe is deeply conflicted from double-dipping William Uchimoto, a 62-year-old Japanese American lawyer ruined by David Massey‘s fake story. The Franks Hearing was reported by New York Law Journal, Law 360. Exposing these facts serves the public interest and alerts the media. While the shameless former AUSA David Massey now makes millions a year at the tiny Richards, Kibbe & Orbe, the fraudster David Massey was found as a liar by the federal court. Click on the links below, expose the NASDAQ fraud, FINRA kangaroo court, SEC corruption, DOJ’s lies and #DrainTheSwampVINDICATION AFTER VICTORY: In March 2017, federal judge Robert Sweet DISMISSED a frivolous class action lawsuit which had been brought on exactly the same ground of the made-up SEC, DOJ false charges, vindicated Benjamin Wey and others. SEC staffer Melissa Hodgman was exposed as a liar and a fraudster. On March 27, 2017, SDNY federal judge P. Kevin Castel DISMISSED the SEC’s trumped-up case against lawyer William Uchimoto (a witness whose testimony led to CleanTech’s victory against the NASDAQ). Mr. Uchimoto has since filed a Rule 11 motion seeking sanctions against the SEC abusers for “committed a fraud,” quoted in “Ex-Big Law Partner Still Angry After SEC Fraud Claims Tossed” by New York Law Journal. The disgraced SEC fraud Melissa Hodgman was caught fabricating the Bill Uchimoto case, lying to the DOJ and got a job promotion riding on Asian scalps. On May 2, 2017, a federal judge ordered the NASDAQ to produce internal documents that would vindicate Mr. Wey, reported by Law360. On August 8, 2017, all charges were dismissed against Benjamin Wey and his firm. THE FACTS: NASDAQ and FINRA lied to the DOJ, fabricated a nonexistent “NASDAQ 300 shareholder gifting rule” violation – after the NASDAQ was sued for racism in 2011, was caught rigging a delistingwas publicly humiliated by the SEC in 2013. In retaliation, NASDAQ’s Ed Knight and FINRA’s Robert Colby manufactured so-called “corrupt brokers” garbage, exposed in a rigged FINRA NAC hearing, duped SEC and DOJ staff who were eager to pad their flimsy resumes by rolling Asian heads. NASDAQ’s William Slatterymade up a Nasdaq “300 holder rule,” targeted Asians and blacks, played a moronic former prosecutor David Massey like a fool – who was padding a thin resume for a private job. They made up a nonexistent law, made up a case, failed to coerce a black man Talman Harris to lie, exposed in Congressional investigations and triggered a 2nd Circuit Court appeal seeking justice“VIOLATED A NONEXISTENT LAW”: The SDNY DOJ was duped by the NASDAQ and a terminated five-week employee Raymond Phillips, who had failed to extort us to pay his Alaska child support and used lies told by convicted criminals, who were sued in federal court for RICO fraud. Can a law be violated when there is no law? – conceded by the SDNY DOJ in its own July 8, 2016 court filing: “no formal law existed.” The regulatory regime is rotten to the core when the SEC and DOJ bureaucrats lie and cheat to advance their personal careers. Media exposure and the honorable Court must hold these abusers accountable.   CRUMBLED CASES, LIARS EXPOSED: As predicted, on October 6, 2016, the racist SEC lawyer Derek Bentsen dropped a “fraud” charge against lawyer William Uchimoto – after ruining his life built over 40 years; On October 7, 2016, black American broker Talman Harris exposed FINRA, NASDAQ lies in his appeal to the 2nd Circuit, pursued Congressional investigations into FINRA NAC fraud, racist SEC abuses, corrupt SEC bureaucratsOn October 21, 2016, SEC lawyer Derek Bentsen was captured lying to federal judge P. Kevin Castel 5 times; On November 3, 2016, Derek Bentsen was exposed as a moron on Chinese law… In March 2017, lawyer William Uchimoto filed a historic Rule 11 sanctions motion against the SEC abusers Melissa Hodgman, Derek Bentsen, Cheryl Crumpton, Steven Susswein, Patrick Feeney, Joshua Braunstein for lying, cheating and raping his reputation. Regulatory abusers and liars must be exposed. “A RIGGED CASE, NASDAQ’S LIES:” Nasdaq fabricated a so-called “300 round lot shareholders gifting rule”, conceded by the SDNY DOJ in court filings on July 8, 2016; FACT: Senior NASDAQ staff has feverishly solicited our co-branded Asian investment club members for years to introduce new listings; FACT: NASDAQ rigged a listingwas sued for racism and lost; FACT: The SEC ruled that NASDAQ had rigged its listing, orchestrated by the shady NASDAQ General Counsel Ed Knight – a $100 million lobbyist, who conspired with FINRA (Robert Colby); FACT: The NASDAQ manipulation was strongly rebuked and reversed in a landmark SEC ruling, reported by ForbesFACT: the disgraced Ed KnightWilliam Slattery, Michael Emen and other NASDAQ staff retaliated, lied to law enforcement; FACT: In 2015, 26 Asian firms dumped the racist NASDAQ in droves (Wall Street Journal)FACT: Counting Bernie Madoff as the NASDAQ Chairman, companies have fled NASDAQNASDAQ is an investors grave and a threat to national security.  BENJAMIN WEY AMERICAN FINANCIER, INVESTIGATIVE REPORTER, PROFESSOR: Benjamin Wey is a multilingual global financier, an investigative journalist, an American patriot, a China expert with 20 years’ experience. Benjamin Wey has participated in more than 400 projects worldwide, helped create tens of thousands of jobs. Benjamin Wey supports America by introducing international capital to American communities. ON TV: Benjamin Wey on CCTV America discussing US – China investments. Benjamin Wey ® is a trademark. ON TV: Benjamin Wey on FOX Business during the U.S. financial crisis. Professor Benjamin Wey teaches finance, international business as a Visiting Professor at several top universities. BENJAMIN WEYCIVIL RIGHTS ADVOCATE: Benjamin Wey is a fierce defender of free speech, a civil rights advocate, a member of the Society of Professional Journalists and Society of American Business Editors and Writers. ON TV: Watch Professor Benjamin Wey lecturing at MIT exposing illegal stock short sellers. Benjamin Wey was featured in Forbes after the SEC ruled against the NASDAQ for rigging the delisting of CleanTech Innovations: “[T]he record does not show that the specific grounds on which Nasdaq based its delisting decision exist in fact,” said the SEC in a historic ruling against the NASDAQ – the first time in NASDAQ’s 44 year history. NASDAQ had wrongfully delisted CleanTech by fabricating a rule called “the NASDAQ Spirit.” NASDAQ was exposed as an institutional racist.

“Journalist BENJAMIN WEY never settles false claims. When the NASDAQ, FINRA defrauded the DOJ and SEC, their racism and lies must be exposed.”

BENJAMIN WEY – CHINA EXPERT: Benjamin Wey advises governments, Fortune Global 500 companies and others on funding, market entry and crisis management issues – with a long history of client success. ON TV: Benjamin Wey was interviewed by the Wall Street Journal, correctly predicted a $4.7 billion acquisition. Read more: A China Expert’s Views – How to Invest in U.S. Listed Chinese CompaniesBENJAMIN WEY – RESULTS MATTER: Since 2010, Chinese companies have abandoned the NASDAQ in droves due to its racism. In 2011, financier Benjamin Wey assisted in the $800 million acquisition of Harbin Electric, Inc, a reverse merger company – a 1,200% gain by leaving the NASDAQ. Benjamin Wey assisted in the $500 million buyout of Fushi Copperweld, a reverse merge company that dumped the NASDAQ, rebutted false accusations of NYGG portfolio companies by the racist tabloid writers Leslie Norton, Bill Alpert of Barron’s who colluded with illegal stock short seller Roddy Boyd and were bribed by Jon Carnes, a market manipulator with a fake bio and name “Alfred Little”. For years, illegal stock short sellers have duped SEC staffers. In May 2013, an NYGG portfolio company Focus Media Holdings was acquired for $3.8 billion, left the NASDAQ and relisted in China for $8 billion – Wall Street Journal. Another NYGG portfolio company China Fire & Security was acquired for $265 million, dumped the NASDAQ. By 2015, our co-branded Asian investment club members had $1 billion in aggregated investment capital… In 2015 alone, 26 Chinese companies abandoned the racist NASDAQ, says Wall Street Journal. These many examples have revealed that the NASDAQ listing is a commodity service, has no intrinsic value for any company. Read more: U.S. Listed China Based Companies Hurry Homeward for Domestic Markets – Wall Street Journal. And Deloitte & Touch China Report: Barter in USD or Cash Trapped. EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND: Benjamin Wey holds two master’s degrees, is a graduate of Columbia University. Benjamin Wey publishes many articles on global finance, China, investigative reports and strategies. BENJAMIN WEY’S LIFE PRINCIPLES: 1) “Important principles may, and must, be inflexible.” – Abraham Lincoln
2) “Facts are stubborn things.” – John Adams
3) “YOLO” – You Only Live Once. Between life and death is courage. Benjamin Wey never gives in MEMBERSHIPS AND ACTIVITIES: ·         Executive Director, Foreign Investment Committee, Investment Association of China (IAC) – a large investment membership group affiliated with China’s National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), a Chinese government agency ·         Director, China Mergers & Acquisitions Association ·         Research project adviser – NYGG research project with China’s central bank (2005) ·         Senior adviser to several Chinese municipal governments and agencies BENJAMIN WEY – EDUCATOR, PHILANTHROPIST: Benjamin Wey was awarded the “golden key” in China for his leadership in building schools for orphans and underprivileged farm kids in rural areas. Benjamin Wey has also led educational programs in Asia and the United States, including supporting Columbia University and Yale University. NEWS AND INDUSTRY VIEWS: NEW YORK GLOBAL GROUP WARNS AGAINST CORPORATE IDENTITY THEFT DELOITTE & TOUCHE China Research: Cash Repatriation from China – Barter in USD or Cash Trapped

Legal Research:
Fraud Short Sellers Trigger Regulators’ Misunderstanding of Reverse Mergers
Stanford University Research: Chinese Reverse Merger Companies Outperform U.S. Counterparts MAY 2013: Focus Media Holdings Successfully Exited the NASDAQ Stock Market In a Record $3.8 Billion Acquisition  JUNE 2015: Focus Media to List in China Through Reverse Merger at $8 Billion Valuation – Wall Street Journal

Facts and Research: How Illegal Short Selling Harms America’s National Security As Journalist Benjamin Wey declares victory, a $300 million frivolous lawsuit went up in smoke Forbes Magazine: SEC reverses NASDAQ’s wrongful delisting of Chinese company CleanTech Innovations
U.S. Listed China Based Companies Hurry Homeward for Domestic Markets, Wall Street Journal     TV Interview: China Central Television – Benjamin Wey on the TUDO NASDAQ IPO TV Interview: Wall Street Journal – Benjamin Wey discusses U.S. China relations The Hill’s Congress Blog: Why U.S. companies should get involved in Chinese markets

China Expert Benjamin Wey – A Featured Speaker at MIT
Benjamin Wey, A China Expert’s Views on How to Invest in U.S. Listed China Based Companies Washington Post / Video: A Legal Expert’s Views on Investing In U.S. Listed Chinese Companies Currency Vs. Productivity -Banking and Finance

New York Global Group CEO and China Expert Benjamin Wey Present at the Carnegie Mellon University US – China Summit

Benjamin Wey, My Advice on Finding the Dream Jobs in 2015

Benjamin Wey, Still Need a Resolution? Get Some Urgency in 2015

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Job Search Success Hinges on Trump’s 5 Most Popular Words

Job Search Success Hinges on Trump's 5 Most Popular Words

Job search, follow Trump’s 5 words

Job search is heard. For a job seeker, presenting a polished image is a key to winning an employment. Whether you agree or disagree with Trump’s policies or rhetoric, Trump is a master at the art of the English language. In fact, study shows  Trump’s presidential win is attributed to his skillful use of certain key words during his campaign.

As employers, we all know the importance of winning over customers and learning from winners. A job seeker can certainly learn from Trump’s art of the words and use them properly to help enhance her chances of landing a dream job.

“WIN / WINNING”

Donald Trump says... We don’t win anymore. It will change. We will have so much winning if I get elected that you may get bored with winning. Believe me. You’ll never get bored with winning. You’ll never get bored! Work hard, be smart and always remember, winning takes care of everything!

You the job seeker: “I want to work for your because you are a winning organization;” “Winning strategies;” “A winning team.”

“WE/US”

Donald Trump says…  “We need to build a wall on the Mexican border. We are going to make great trade deals. We are going to bring back our jobs. We will totally dismantle Iran’s global terror network.”

You the job seeker: “We are a progressive firm;” “We are one team;” “We work hard to satisfy our customers…”

“SMART”

Donald Trump says.. “You have to be much smarter, or it’s never, ever going to end. I’m, like, a really smart person.”   (about the 2016 Republican Convention) Trump said his team will “make it interesting and informative, but also smart and different.”

You the job seeker: “We need to be smart with our strategies and plans;” “Smart customers demand smart solutions.”

“AMAZING”

Donald Trump says… Yesterday was amazing — 5 victories. (on first time voters in their 60s) That’s so amazing…it’s so amazing. (on next steps after winning the Nevada Caucus) It’s going to be an amazing two months.

You the job seeker: “It’s an amazing product;” “What an amazing organization.” “Amazing efforts.”

“TERRIFIC”

Donald Trump says… (on meeting with the Republican National Committee officials) … a terrific meeting. (on Obamacare) Repeal and replace with something terrific. (on newly-elected Muslim London mayor) If he does a good job and frankly if he does a great job, that would be a terrific thing.

You the job seeker: “It’s a terrific meeting;” “I really enjoy your terrific mentorship;” “You have a terrific team. I would love to be part of it. ”

In the real world, all employees or employers are disposable. What holds an employment relationship together in a successful firm is a simple philosophy, described by management expert Benjamin Wey:

We are smart people on a winning team doing amazing work for our terrific customers.”

In any job interview, you should always keep in mind: “What unique value proposition am I bringing to this amazing organization? What sets me apart from others?”

Isn’t that smart and terrific career advice? (Yes, I am paraphrasing Trump.) America has so much potential and so do you, the job seeker. Be bold, be aggressive and be confident in yourself. You will be just fine. Good luck job seekers.

Journalist Benjamin Wey Exposes False Charges, Regulatory Abuses

Journalist Benjamin Wey Exposes False Charges, Regulatory Abuses
Investigative journalist BENJAMIN WEY is upbeat these days: “I’am not even afraid of death, why would I be concerned about injustice and false accusations from ignorant, racist regulatory abusers?
Courageous investigative journalist BENJAMIN WEY never bends his principles winning against racist retaliation told in NASDAQ’s lies and FINRA’s fabricated “evidence” fed by the fraudulent FINRA general counsel Robert Colby, who orchestrated FINRA NAC fraud, kangaroo court, PLANTED lying “witnesses” in here, in here, in herehere, here, colluded with the corrupt SEC staff Steven Susswein, Cheryl Crumpton, Derek Bentsen – ignorant bigots lying to federal judges, calling Chinese Americans “chinaman” – duped by short sellers in Jon Carnes stock fraud, Roddy Boyd fraudsters, criminal Jon Carnes market manipulation and Roddy Boyd bribery, in here, and here, here, and here, and here. NASDAQ is a $12 billion money tree run by Wall Street fat cats, not a baby with diarrhea. Asian firms have options among 60 stock exchanges worldwide to go public – many have ditched the rigged NASDAQ listing – a dying commodity without scarcity value. We have advised Asian firms to dump the rigged NASDAQ in two largest, multi-billion dollar “going private” deals in recent history – after the racist NASDAQ general counsel Edward Knight was exposed by the Forbes Magazine for discrimination against the Chinese, rigged a Chinese company delisting, condemned by the SEC Commissioners in a historic SEC ruling against the NASDAQ. NASDAQ and FINRA retaliated with lies. Investors don’t care where a stock is listed, if it’s a reverse merger – misconstrued by U.S. regulators, or a risky IPO, says Stanford University. The NYSE, Berkshire Hathaway (Warren Buffett’s company), Burger King, plus 800 other companies are all reverse mergers. Shamelessly, NASDAQ itself wasn’t an IPO. 40% of publicly traded companies in Hong Kong, China, Canada, Australia, UK are reverse mergers – basic knowledge told in a Bloomberg article dated October 26, 2016. The imbecile SEC bureaucrats demonize “Chinese reverse mergers.” But far more Israel-based reverse merger companies are in the U.S. than those from China. Do the anti-Chinese SEC bureaucrats dare label Israeli firms as “Jewish reverse mergers,” in the same way they profile the Chinese? Demonizing reverse merger companies is ignorant, racial profiling and anti-Semitism. Read the latest government missteps on racial profiling Chinese Americans, who are treated as second class citizens, exposed by The New York Times. Let’s #DrainTheSwamp.  
A Totally Fabricated Case – Racially Targeted, Politically Charged: The misinformed SDNY folks were deceived by NASDAQ and FINRA, who made up a law “violation” – after NASDAQ was sued for racism, caught rigging a Chinese company delisting, reversed in a historic SEC ruling. In revenge, three misled imbecile SEC staff  piled on the lies told by NASDAQ’s William Slattery, who invented a Nasdaq “300 round lot gifting rule” in pure fabrication, callously targeted Asian scalps, trumped up a law violation, made up evidence, coerced innocent people to lie, exposed in Congressional inquiries. The SDNY was duped by a false “affidavit” from a notorious agent MATT KOMAR (#22666) – the same rookie got caught lying to judges, fabricating “market manipulation,” fantasizing Asian events 10 years ago when Matt Komar was a high school kid. To advance his own career, the malicious agent Matt Komar concocted a fantasy story with a fired five-week employee (CS-1) named Raymond Phillips, who had extorted us to pay his Alaska child support. Can a law be violated when the law doesn’t exist? – conceded by the SDNY in its own July 8, 2016 court filing: “no formal law existed.” Then WTF is an “informal” law? Rigged? Not surprised: The rogue agent Matthew Komar is the same fraudster sued by renowned attorney Barry Scheck for ruining fund manager David Ganek and Level Global through his fabricated evidence, exposed by The New York TimesWall Street Journal and CNBC video. NASDAQ and FINRA defrauded the SDNY, was exposed, rigged a company delisting (evidence) and retaliated against SEC witnesses after the humiliated NASDAQ fraud was exposed by the SEC. Justice is rotten to the core of a rigged system: the SDNY bigotry is content with being fooled and having their intelligence insulted by FINRA and NASDAQ, abetting a rigged processlynching the Chinese. All because there is NO transparency and accountability! 
Breaking News: On August 12, 2016, in a court filing before well-regarded federal judge Alison Nathan, the crooked agent Matt Komar was slammed for “repeatedly cheating and lying to Magistrate Judge Michael Dolinger… intentionally manipulated the trading data… repeatedly defrauded the court;” On October 6, 2016, the shameless SEC lawyer Derek Bentsen dropped a major “fraud” charge against Asian American lawyer William Uchimoto – after ruining his life; On October 7, 2016, black American broker Talman Harris exposed FINRA, NASDAQ lies in an appeal to the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals, went public with his pursuit of justice and Congressional investigations into FINRA NAC, racist SEC abusesOn October 21, 2016, the SEC lawyer Derek Bentsen was captured lying to a federal judge 5 times… Regulatory abusers must be publicly exposed in a court of law. We welcome media attention. We expose all liars – we call out their names, no matter who they are. As Americans, when our free speech is muzzled, we lose our souls.  
It’s a fact: Nasdaq’s so-called “300 round lot gifting rule” was fabricated, admitted by the SDNY in court filings on July 8, 2016; It’s a fact: Senior NASDAQ staff has feverishly solicited our co-branded Asian investment club members for years to introduce new listings; It’s a fact: NASDAQ rigged a listingwas sued for racism and lost; It’s a fact: The SEC agreed that NASDAQ had rigged its listing, orchestrated by the shady NASDAQ General Counsel Ed Knight – a $100 million lobbyist, who conspired with FINRA (Robert Colby); It’s a fact: The NASDAQ manipulation was strongly rebuked and reversed in a landmark SEC ruling, reported by the Forbes MagazineIt’s a fact: the disgraced Ed KnightWilliam Slattery, Michael Emen and other NASDAQ staff retaliated, lied to law enforcement; It’s a fact: In 2015, 26 Asian firms dumped the racist NASDAQ in droves (Wall Street Journal)It’s a fact: Counting Bernie Madoff as a NASDAQ Chairman, companies have fled NASDAQNASDAQ is an investors grave and a threat to national security.

FINRA TARGETS DIVERSITY, RACIAL DISCRIMINATION AGAINST WOMEN, BLACKS

FINRA TARGETS DIVERSITY, RACIAL DISCRIMINATION AGAINST WOMEN, BLACKS

ENOUGH ABUSES FROM FINRA 

FINRA, the rigid straitjacket of financial regulation, brazenly ran one of the most successful and few high-profile women off of Wall Street and into the Silicon Valley.Ruth Porat, the highest ranked female on Wall Street has left Morgan Stanley for Google — and that the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), which oversees brokers and broker dealers, is the impartial — and corrupt — Wall Street watchdog, headed by amultimillionaire Richard Ketchum as its Chairman and CEO.

While the average American family’s ANNUAL income barely goes above $55,000, FINRA pays its CEO Richard Ketchum $300,000 per month to head the “non-profit” FINRA. Is there anything wrong here? Correct, FINRA’s “non-profit” status is a facial mask to fool the American public while the FINRA bureaucrats collect millions of dollars each year extorting SMALL businesses.

Read More: FINRA CEO RICHARD KETCHUM PLAYED LIKE A FOOL, SPONSORS RACISM

Following the financial crisis that began in 2008 when many banks and financial institutions closed their doors, new waves of regulation to control the more daring investment strategies were forced on those that remained. The straitjacket of overregulation emanating from FINRA is the main reason Ruth Porat’s departure. In the mostly white male world of Wall Street, diversity is not a dirty word but something seen to be tolerated, not embraced or encouraged. No woman has ever been at the very top of a Wall Street investment bank and with its most-powerful female executive departing for Google, that likely won’t happen any time soon either.

Read More: CHRIS BRUMMER, FINRA RUBBER STAMP, GEORGETOWN LAW SCHOOL PROFESSOR IMPLICATED IN MULTIPLE FRAUD, ABUSER CAUGHT

Before leaving to take over the same title in Silicon Valley, Ruth Porat was one of the only female CFOs in the financial industry and, by far, the most powerful. This is a woman who was not only respected for her high acumen across the board by the industry in the U.S., but around the world as well. While high numbers of women entered and became successful in the financial industry in the 1980s, there has since been a rollback on that progress with many leaving or not pursuing financial careers as studies show men continue to dominate in the traditionally male-led industry, largely due to regulatory abuses by FINRA.

In 2013, President Barack Obama was rumored to be considering Ruth Porat for the next Deputy Secretary of the Treasury, the nation’s second-in-command of the money supply and fiduciary policies. Instead, Porat took on an even bigger challenge that threatened to topple our entire financial system, and she showed incredible leadership and courage during the financial crisis. Despite having a chance at a high-profile government gig, Porat opted to help pull Morgan Stanley out of the depths of its woes. Not only did people like her help stabilize a vital American financial institution, the work done to assist major companies’ recovery was a first step toward getting the country’s economy ­— and that of the world at large — back on its feet.

SUSAN AXELROD, ALAN LAWHEAD, CHRIS BRUMMER, FINRA EXPOSED

SUSAN AXELROD, ALAN LAWHEAD, CHRIS BRUMMER, FINRA EXPOSED

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Anyone questioning this move should be asking themselves why the sudden, drastic career change? The reason is simple if the way in which FINRA regularly operates is understood.

The authority came to be in 2007 when the National Association of Securities Dealers (NASD) merged with the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) to create FINRA. Since inception and the coming of the 2008 recession, FINRA has produced massive overregulation, regulatory abuse and has operated with discriminatory investigative practices which have only become worse and worse each and every year.

Supposedly, FINRA regulates all firms evenly, however those in the business and on the Street know the regulatory body goes particularly hard against small brokerage firms. Even more egregiously, it targets black brokers and now with Porat, FINRA may have chased off the most successful woman in the business as well.

TALMAN HARRIS, AFRICAN AMERICAN “TURNED INTO CHARCOAL”, FINRA RACISM EXPOSED

FINRA has unfairly singled out black brokers and “turned them into charcoal” under FINRA abuses. TALMAN HARRIS, an investment professional with a 20 year, clean regulatory history was barred from FINRA in December 2014.

CHRIS BRUMMER, FINRA STAFFER JEFFREY BLOOM, RACISTS EXPOSED

CHRIS BRUMMER, FINRA STAFFER JEFFREY BLOOM, RACISTS EXPOSED

A notorious racist, FINRA staffer JEFFREY BLOOM was caught making an egregious statement,“FINRA will nail those black bastards in New York.“ Yes, FINRA racist Jeffrey Bloom “burned” the innocent black American broker Talman Harris.

CHRIS BRUMMER, FACULTY, GEORGETOWN LAW SCHOOL

CHRIS BRUMMER, FACULTY, GEORGETOWN LAW SCHOOL SCREWS UP MY LIFE…

CHRIS BRUMMER, GEORGETOWN PROFESSOR SCREWED UP MY PREGNANT MOTHER”, OUTRAGE FROM AN UNBORN CHILD

TALMAN HARRIS has a real problem in the world of FINRA: Talman Harris is a black American and we all know what the blacks were called the “N word” just a few decades ago. There is no evidence against Talman Harris. There is no reason to kill his career and there is no reason to put his unborn baby’s future in the limbo only because the dumb academic CHRIS BRUMMER, FINRA’s rubber stamp NATIONAL ADJUDICATORY COUNCIL (NAC) wanted to single out Mr. Harris as a TARGET to destroy.

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MEET CHRIS BRUMMER, THE TWENTY FIRST CENTURY FINRA UNCLE TOM EXPOSED

CHRIS BRUMMER, Georgetown Law School professors asks: “Does the truth matter in FINRA hearings?” The answer is “No”. In the book of FINRA, it is a white men’s elite club. Uncle Tom Chris Brummer is the exception. Talman Harris could not possibly get ahead, he is black and he was called the “N word” by the racist FINRA staffer Jeffrey Bloom. As far as Chris Brummer, Chris Brummer is no doubt the 21st century “Uncle Tom” for FINRA.

“CHRIS BRUMMER has no regulatory background whatsoever. CHRIS BRUMMER is an academic with hardly any experience in the real world,” says American patriot Talman Harris. “I am very upset with Chris Brummer and his other FINRA cronies that have targeted me and destroyed my life only because I am BLACK. I have very serious claims against them individually and against FINRA. CHRIS BRUMMER owes my good name back – a professional with a 20 year clean regulatory history; CHRIS BRUMMER has screwed up my life; CHRIS BRUMMER has screwed over my pregnant wife, and CHRIS BRUMMER has screwed up the future of my unborn child! ”  

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CHRIS BRUMMER, PROFESSOR, GEORGETOWN LAW SCHOOL LECTURES

CHRIS BRUMMER, PROFESSOR, GEORGETOWN LAW SCHOOL LECTURES

FINRA RUBBER STAMP CHRIS BRUMMER THREATENS JOURNALISTS, EXPOSED  

In January 2015, FINRA’s notorious rubber stamp, an obscure FINRA National Adjudicatory Council (NAC) headed by CHRIS BRUMMER, a Georgetown University academic affirmed FINRA’s racially motivated decision. Since then, CHRIS BRUMMER has repeatedly harassed journalists and attempted to silence the media that has exposed his undisclosed payments received from convicted felons.

JULIE BAUER, (Tel: 202-7288217, Email: julie.bauer@finra.org ), FINRA’s head of government relations declined to comment on FINRA’s regulatory abuses against Talman Harris. Talman Harris’s first child is due in June 2015…

Under the thumb of CHRIS BRUMMER, research shows FINRA’s NAC has ruled in favor of FINRA staff 100% of the time. Has Chris Brummer committed fraud  in a FINRA Kangaroo Court headed by Chris Brummer?  It’s obvious.

FINRA STAFFER JEFFREY BLOOM, CHRIS BRUMMER, GEORGETOWN LAW SCHOOL, REGULATORY ABUSERS, FRAUD

RACIST FINRA STAFFER JEFFREY BLOOM, CHRIS BRUMMER, GEORGETOWN LAW SCHOOL, REGULATORY ABUSERS, FRAUD

At some point the question has to be asked: When is someone, a group of people or a campaign against FINRA going to curtail or finally put an end to this abuse? How many hard-working brokers will be targeted and taken down by the regulatory body because their crime in FINRA’s eyes is being black? And how many powerful Wall Street women do we have to lose before people begin saying “enough is enough?”

If FINRA can push a well-respected and seasoned 28-year veteran off Wall Street all the way to the Silicon Valley, then the rest of the industry simply doesn’t have a fighting chance against the likes of its Chairman and CEO Rick Ketchum or Alan Lawhead, director of its Appellate Group, or a MICHAEL GARAWSKI, a FINRA bureaucrat that only exists in the shadow — or the blatantly biased regulators Jeffrey Bloom and Robert Morris.

FINRA stinks from top down like anything sick and rotten. These are just a few of the slimy characters spreading their mess all over the Street. It’s about time FINRA’s overregulation and the handcuffing of Wall Street executives is exposed to the light of scrutiny. It might be time to do some serious spring cleaning.

BENJAMIN WEY REVEALS 7 MYTHS ABOUT WINNERS AND LOSERS IN BUSINESS

AMERICAN FINANCIER BENJAMIN WEY REVEALS 7 MYTHS ABOUT WINNERS AND LOSERS IN BUSINESS

Benjamin Wey is an American business leader

A multilingual strategic adviser on Wall Street, an investigative journalist and a leading American expert on China. With approximately 20 years of professional experience, in-depth knowledge of the various international cultures and extensive global contacts, Mr. Wey has led and participated in more than 200 projects worldwide. As the CEO of New York Global GroupBenjamin Wey shares his views about the 7 signs that separate winners from losers in the business world.

We spend a lot of time in this society focusing on winning and losing. While attending Columbia University to earn my 2nd master’s degree, I had many professors that challenged us to become winners, not losers. “Benjamin Wey, you want to be a winner? ” says a business school professor. From the sports pages to the stock market, from our elections to our schools, we worry about who’s up and who’s down. There is an entire industry, the self-help book business, that generates millions or even billions for those who claim to have the answers.

Based on my experience of both success and failure in life, I have spotted seven myths about winners and losers that deserve exploring.

1. WINNERS HAVE THE EDUCATION NEEDED TO SUCCEED WHILE LOSERS DON’T.

Education, of course, is incredibly valuable, but our formal system of education isn’t as well adapted to the needs of the 21st century as it could be. You want proof? Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Larry Ellison, Mark Zuckerberg and Michael Dell dropped out of college and became billionaires. And it isn’t just in the computer world: Ted Turner, David Geffen and Ralph Lauren are worth a billion or more, and they dropped out as well.

2. WINNERS UNDERSTAND THE RULES AND PLAY THE GAME TO WIN WHILE LOSERS DON’T FOLLOW THE RULES.

You can amass wealth, get yourself a corner office and wind up in Millionaire Acres in the Game of Life by knowing the rules and playing by them. However, more and more often, I see truly successful people don’t play the game. They create their own rules. In a world of checkers players, these people are playing chess, Risk, Jenga and God knows what else. By redefining the world around them, they build success into their new game. You can’t win a million-dollar jackpot if you’re playing penny ante poker. And nobody ever got rich playing someone else’s game.

3. WINNERS FOCUS ON LUCRATIVE INDUSTRIES LIKE FINANCE AND LOSERS OPT FOR BUSINESSES WITH LESS REMUNERATION.

We read all the time about the guy at Goldman or Morgan or Chase who got a $100-million bonus, and the popular press has us convinced that everyone on Wall Street is paid insane amounts of money. It’s true for the people at the very top, but most people in finance don’t have “screw you” money — they need that paycheck and can’t afford to be out of work. Think of the people who answer the phones, run the copiers and enter the data. Do you really think they’d do that if they had a million bucks? At the same time, we don’t think of people in janitorial services as being rich. But there isn’t a city in America without at least one person who runs a cleaning service or custodial enterprise who couldn’t pay cash for a Mercedes.

4. WINNERS JOIN WINNING TEAMS AND LOSERS JOIN LOSING TEAMS.

The flaw in this thinking is the word “join.” Yes, it’s possible to team up with someone who is successful, and you can ride on that person’s coattails. But that isn’t really success so much as it is being a parasite — even a beneficial one. Far more frequently, you work with people over time, and as jobs and projects come and go, you wind up assembling a team that then goes out and succeeds. Again, it’s useful to think about musicians. The Beatles, arguably the most successful band of all time, had one member die (Stuart Sutcliffe played bass originally) and another get replaced (Ringo Starr took Pete Best’s job as drummer) before they took the world by storm. That said, it’s hard to make it if you are surrounded by people whose approach to things almost guarantees failure.

5. WINNERS PUT IN LONG HOURS OF HARD WORK THAT LOSERS DON’T.

This myth mistakes activity for productivity. Yes, there are times when you have to do something for 14 hours at a stretch; we’ve all done it. You shouldn’t be doing it like that everyday. One thing I have learned is that if you like something, it’s not work any more. When LeBron James suits up to play for the Miami Heat, do you seriously believe he’s thinking, “Time to go to work?” Basketball for him isn’t work, and the last time I looked, the NBA didn’t play 14-hour games every day.

6. WINNERS SET GOALS AND LOSERS DON’T.

Goals are actually double-edged swords. Yes, setting goals is a great way to focus on achievement. But what happens when you achieve your goal? NASA had a goal of sending a man to the moon before the 1960s ended. It was an astonishing challenge, and the brightest people in the country pulled it off. And then what? We went to the moon a few more times and canceled the last Apollo mission for budgetary reasons. Since then, the brightest people in the country have tended not to work for NASA — the space shuttle and the space station are OK, but they aren’t the moon shot. Goals can be self-defeating, whereas direction is endless. That’s why our space probes are driving around Mars, photographing Jupiter and Saturn and even leaving the solar system.

7. WINNERS THINK OUTSIDE THE BOX, WHILE LOSERS DON’T.

Again, thinking outside the box is a blessing and a curse. You have to be outside of it just enough to see a way to improve on what exists, but if you get too far ahead, no one is prepared to back you. To stay with our space metaphor, back in the 1950s, when the Soviets put up Sputnik, a private company like Virgin Galactic was beyond belief. People weren’t going to go for it because even the U.S. government couldn’t get into orbit. Today, Virgin Galactic is on the verge of commercial operations because the world has caught up to the idea of a private company in space. If you are three steps ahead of everyone else, you’re leading the parade. If you are a mile ahead, you’re walking by yourself.

One final thought about this: Winning is fun, and losing isn’t. But it’s your life. How you keep score is entirely up to you.

Benjamin Wey is a financier and investigative reporter, a contributing journalist for TheBlot Magazine and other media outlets.

FINANCIER BENJAMIN WEY SAYS TRUMP’S POLITICS ARE KILLING HIS BUSINESS

FINANCIER BENJAMIN WEY SAYS TRUMP’S POLITICS ARE KILLING HIS BUSINESS

Over the years, I, Benjamin Wey, have learned that entrepreneurs can sometimes seem a little crazy. By that, I mean they see something the rest of us don’t, and they pursue it with a passion that can be all-encompassing. Often, the result can be a multi-million, or multi-billion, dollar business that leaves a lot of us saying, “Why didn’t I think of that?”

In the case of Donald Trump, he has been a visionary in many ways. When he went to work in his father’s real-estate development business (father Fred Trump named it after his wife – Elizabeth Trump & Son), it was a carefully run operation building affordable housing in New York City. Donald thought his dad didn’t dream big enough. Golf courses in Scotland and casinos in Atlantic City weren’t on Fred’s radar, but “The Donald” has dreamed bigger. Since taking the reins of the family business in the 1970s, he had his own airline, his own TV show, and he is one of the few businessmen “everyone” knows by name and by face.

“Mixing business and politics creates perplexing dynamics. Trump is the master at creating sensationalism to build his brand.” Says Benjamin Wey, a recognized American financier on Wall Street and CEO of New York Global Group, a private equity investment firm. “No publicity is bad publicity. The iconic Trump statement may hurt him in the short run. Over time, Donald Trump is a marketing genius.”

In 2015, Wall Street financier Benjamin Wey was named a “Top 10 Most Influential Asian Americans in Finance” by Asian media.

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Sure, he’s had his failures: the airline, Trump Vodka (a Trump and Tonic? Really?), and his casinos have gone bust (how do you lose money with a “00” on the roulette wheel?), but Trump has managed to bounce back from his disappointments because he always has more irons in the fire, and his brand is strong.

So, I, Benjamin Wey, have to admit that his current campaign for the White House, specifically for the Republican nomination in 2016, can be confusing. Maybe he sees something that we don’t, but just as likely, this time he sees something that isn’t there, and it’s costing him big time.

Among the business ties Trump has lost since starting his campaign and saying the things he has said are: Macy’s, NBCUniversal, Univision, and Serta mattresses. In addition, by taking sides rather aggressively on issues like immigration, Trump alienates large segments of the market. The one thing you really don’t want to do as a business is get people mad at you. Trump has done this.

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Yet there is a part of the American public that believes a good businessman or woman would make a good president. And Trump is appealing to their instincts; they tend to dislike “politics” and think the pragmatism of business and the skills of a CEO transfer to the White House. The trouble is that history teaches that it just isn’t so.

The real question comes down to this: Does Trump really believe that he can win the White House, or is this just a publicity stunt? He probably believes he has a shot; the single most-common trait among successful entrepreneurs is a “can-do” attitude. At the same time, Trump has used possible presidential bids as a way to keep his name in the paper. I, Benjamin Wey, think if we could look inside his head right now, we’d see that Trump is after both. The presidency would be an extension of his career, and it would be a great foundation for future successes.

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When you look at it this way, it starts to make sense. The money that Trump is losing from ruptured business ties are a cost of doing the White House business. If he wins (and he believes he will, and he’ll be the best ever in his own opinion), the power of the presidency and the legacy that creates for the Trump Organization to use will pay off hugely (or as he would say “yooj-ly). If he doesn’t win, he will have lost some money (the Univision deal cost him $13.5 million) but will be in a position to recoup much of it based on his experiences as a “politician.”

You have to remember that Trump’s 1987 book “The Art of the Deal” explains his philosophy. He’s in a deal-making business, and if you have to lose a few to gain a few extra, that’s the game.

“The Art of the Deal is a good example of Donald Trump’s talent in building a brand. When the controversy blows over, Trump will be the winner, again. I am a fan.” Says Benjamin Wey, financier and journalist who has been following Donald Trump’s career path.

This isn’t necessarily about the presidency so much as it is about the brand Donald Trump. From that angle, this whole thing starts to make sense.

AMERICAN FINANCIER BENJAMIN WEY REVEALS 7 MYTHS ABOUT WINNERS AND LOSERS IN BUSINESS

AMERICAN FINANCIER BENJAMIN WEY REVEALS 7 MYTHS ABOUT WINNERS AND LOSERS IN BUSINESS

Business is competitive and exciting. 

We spend a lot of time in this society focusing on winning and losing. While attending Columbia University to earn my 2nd master’s degree, I had many professors that challenged us to become winners, not losers. “Benjamin Wey, you want to be a winner? ” says a business school professor. From the sports pages to the stock market, from our elections to our schools, we worry about who’s up and who’s down. There is an entire industry, the self-help book business, that generates millions or even billions for those who claim to have the answers.

Based on my experience of both success and failure in life, I have spotted seven myths about winners and losers that deserve exploring.

1. WINNERS HAVE THE EDUCATION NEEDED TO SUCCEED WHILE LOSERS DON’T.

Education, of course, is incredibly valuable, but our formal system of education isn’t as well adapted to the needs of the 21st century as it could be. You want proof? Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Larry Ellison, Mark Zuckerberg and Michael Dell dropped out of college and became billionaires. And it isn’t just in the computer world: Ted Turner, David Geffen and Ralph Lauren are worth a billion or more, and they dropped out as well.

2. WINNERS UNDERSTAND THE RULES AND PLAY THE GAME TO WIN WHILE LOSERS DON’T FOLLOW THE RULES.

You can amass wealth, get yourself a corner office and wind up in Millionaire Acres in the Game of Life by knowing the rules and playing by them. However, more and more often, I see truly successful people don’t play the game. They create their own rules. In a world of checkers players, these people are playing chess, Risk, Jenga and God knows what else. By redefining the world around them, they build success into their new game. You can’t win a million-dollar jackpot if you’re playing penny ante poker. And nobody ever got rich playing someone else’s game.

3. WINNERS FOCUS ON LUCRATIVE INDUSTRIES LIKE FINANCE AND LOSERS OPT FOR BUSINESSES WITH LESS REMUNERATION.

We read all the time about the guy at Goldman or Morgan or Chase who got a $100-million bonus, and the popular press has us convinced that everyone on Wall Street is paid insane amounts of money. It’s true for the people at the very top, but most people in finance don’t have “screw you” money — they need that paycheck and can’t afford to be out of work. Think of the people who answer the phones, run the copiers and enter the data. Do you really think they’d do that if they had a million bucks? At the same time, we don’t think of people in janitorial services as being rich. But there isn’t a city in America without at least one person who runs a cleaning service or custodial enterprise who couldn’t pay cash for a Mercedes.

4. WINNERS JOIN WINNING TEAMS AND LOSERS JOIN LOSING TEAMS.

The flaw in this thinking is the word “join.” Yes, it’s possible to team up with someone who is successful, and you can ride on that person’s coattails. But that isn’t really success so much as it is being a parasite — even a beneficial one. Far more frequently, you work with people over time, and as jobs and projects come and go, you wind up assembling a team that then goes out and succeeds. Again, it’s useful to think about musicians. The Beatles, arguably the most successful band of all time, had one member die (Stuart Sutcliffe played bass originally) and another get replaced (Ringo Starr took Pete Best’s job as drummer) before they took the world by storm. That said, it’s hard to make it if you are surrounded by people whose approach to things almost guarantees failure.

5. WINNERS PUT IN LONG HOURS OF HARD WORK THAT LOSERS DON’T.

This myth mistakes activity for productivity. Yes, there are times when you have to do something for 14 hours at a stretch; we’ve all done it. You shouldn’t be doing it like that everyday. One thing I have learned is that if you like something, it’s not work any more. When LeBron James suits up to play for the Miami Heat, do you seriously believe he’s thinking, “Time to go to work?” Basketball for him isn’t work, and the last time I looked, the NBA didn’t play 14-hour games every day.

6. WINNERS SET GOALS AND LOSERS DON’T.

Goals are actually double-edged swords. Yes, setting goals is a great way to focus on achievement. But what happens when you achieve your goal? NASA had a goal of sending a man to the moon before the 1960s ended. It was an astonishing challenge, and the brightest people in the country pulled it off. And then what? We went to the moon a few more times and canceled the last Apollo mission for budgetary reasons. Since then, the brightest people in the country have tended not to work for NASA — the space shuttle and the space station are OK, but they aren’t the moon shot. Goals can be self-defeating, whereas direction is endless. That’s why our space probes are driving around Mars, photographing Jupiter and Saturn and even leaving the solar system.

7. WINNERS THINK OUTSIDE THE BOX, WHILE LOSERS DON’T.

Again, thinking outside the box is a blessing and a curse. You have to be outside of it just enough to see a way to improve on what exists, but if you get too far ahead, no one is prepared to back you. To stay with our space metaphor, back in the 1950s, when the Soviets put up Sputnik, a private company like Virgin Galactic was beyond belief. People weren’t going to go for it because even the U.S. government couldn’t get into orbit. Today, Virgin Galactic is on the verge of commercial operations because the world has caught up to the idea of a private company in space. If you are three steps ahead of everyone else, you’re leading the parade. If you are a mile ahead, you’re walking by yourself.

One final thought about this: Winning is fun, and losing isn’t. But it’s your life. How you keep score is entirely up to you.

BENJAMIN WEY ON LEADERSHIP LESSONS – NOT LIVE A LIFE LIKE A COWARD

Benjamin Wey on Leadership Lessons – Not Live A Life Like a Coward

Benjamin Wey is a financier, an investigative journalist, a leader and the CEO of New York Global Group (“NYGG”), a leading private equity investment firm.

I run across all kinds of things in my professional life that I may not know much about. My expertise lies in how money works, but a lot of the time, I am providing that for people who need money to build bridges or factories, launch high-tech businesses or new farming products. I am driven because I don’t try to know it all. I get advice from people I trust who know these things. Often, I have to pay a pretty penny for that knowledge.

So, it never ceases to amaze me, Benjamin Wey that how many people I meet casually or who are part of my non-professional life have opinions they believe they have to share with me. People who have never been to China (where I was born and raised) want to advise me on how to do business there. People with a negative credit rating want to suggest ways to make my business thrive. People who don’t have to suffer the consequences always know exactly what I should do.

Speaking from personal experience. Benjamin Wey is a Wall Street financier and investigative journalist. I have been to more than 50 countries and have advised many projects. By this logic, if we just let the cab drivers and barbers in New York run the world, we’d have heaven on earth. The old espionage saying applies, “Those who know don’t talk and those who talk don’t know.”

It all sounds simple. In reality however, its takes confidence, courage and a lot of gust to adhere to one’s beliefs and not bend to pressure.

What is really hard to deal with is their damned sincerity. They want to help. They really do. They have my best interests at heart. They’re just hopelessly ignorant about the business situations that puzzle or trouble me, and I really don’t need to be distracted or second-guessed by someone who isn’t even in the game. There are people I will gladly pay for their wisdom, and these other people are not on that list.

There is a special place in hell for the would-be gurus out there who dress up completely obvious points as some kind of wisdom. Fortune-cookie advice is hardly worth cracking open the cookie (and by the way, fortune cookies are an American invention.) “Today is the first day of the rest of your life.” No kidding? A day ago, yesterday was and a day from now, tomorrow will be. That’s how time works!

“Be the change you want to see in the world” is just as useless or unproductive. Why would I want to be the change I don’t want to see? What if I like the status quo? “Be the sameness that you desire” doesn’t really resonate, does it?

A dear friend of mine, one of the most enlightening CEOs of public companies recently taught me a new phrase: YOLO, which stands for “You Only Live Once” . It rings a lot of truth. Take charge, stand up for your own principles, supported by resources and perseverance. In the end, a courageous or a visionary leader does not live life like a coward.

It reminds me of the Chevy Chase bit in the movie “Caddyshack,” when the country club’s best golfer advises a kid to “be the ball.” The kid promptly screws up the shot and is told “You’re not being the ball.” What the hell does that even mean? But there they are on late-night TV telling me to do this or that, not even knowing who the hell I am.

I think a moratorium is in order for any statement that starts with “If I were you …” You aren’t me, and I’m happy about that.

If I wanted your opinion, I’d ask for it. Sometimes we have to ask ourselves a basic question: Can we ever live a life that is fearless?

Benjamin Wey‘s life principles:

1) “Important principles may, and must, be inflexible.” – Abraham Lincoln
2) “No publicity is bad publicity.” – Donald Trump
3) “Facts are stubborn things.” – Ronald Reagan

Yes, I am Benjamin Wey and I stand by these messages. Leadership training is a real and daily learning experience.

China Expert BENJAMIN WEY — Top 3 Cultural Lessons on Doing Business in China

BENJAMIN-WEY-—-TOP-3-CULTURAL-LESSONS-ON-DOING-BUSINESS-IN-CHINA

China expert Benjamin Wey has almost two decades of experience dealing with China.

Europeans and Americans have been trying to figure out how to do business in China quite literally for centuries. Some have been fairly successful, but the Middle Kingdom remains a land of commercial mystery to most outsiders. The reason is fairly simple — almost everything about China is different. A great many business people get caught up in the minutiae of Chinese business culture and forget that we are all human beings trying our best to succeed. In that regard, everything about doing business in China is exactly the same.

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Meet Benjamin Wey, a proud American financier and a bridge to China

I was born in China and grew up speaking Chinese. I came to America to study business at Oklahoma Baptist University on full scholarships. After earning a second master’s degree in business from Columbia University in New York, and as Craig Ferguson says, I am American on purpose. I am very proud of my Chinese culture, and I chose to become an American citizen. My company has an office in New York and a co-branded office in Beijing. I speak English at work in New York and Chinese or English after work depending on the people around me. In short, I have a foot in both camps.

It took me years to reach this point, and most business people may not have the time or inclination to make that kind of commitment. That gives me an advantage when I do business in China and in the U.S., but anyone can do it. The secret is to do your best with the details but stay focused on the big picture. China expert Benjamin Wey:

Benjamin Wey, Financier, Journalist, CEO, New York Global Group

Benjamin Wey, Financier, Journalist, CEO, New York Global Group

Benjamin Wey on China cultural lesson No. 1: Be patient and be humble 

One of the things that people starting to do business in China always complain about is how long things can take. You don’t fly into Beijing of Shanghai on Monday and leave with signed deal and a check on Friday. But think about it. If you fly from Los Angeles to Miami on Monday, are you likely to get a contract and a check on Friday? Probably not. There’s something in finance called “due diligence.” Basically, that means you check out the other guy to make sure he’s on the up and up. Why? Well, so you don’t get screwed. The Chinese don’t want to get taken any more than you do. They may not have a formal due diligence program or process, but they want to check you out. That’s what the banquets and all that social stuff is about.

Look at it another way: If you play golf with one supplier and just have a professional relationship with another, and all other things are equal, who gets the contract? The fact is that every businessperson on the planet wants to do business with people they can trust, and if you happen to be on friendly terms, so much the better.

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Benjamin Wey on China cultural lesson No. 2: Learn from the Chinese history

The last century or so of Chinese history has been chaotic. The Emperor was overthrown and a republic declared. Japan invaded and was defeated. The Nationalists and Communists fought a civil war that the Communists won. Since 1949, China has had the Great Leap Forward and the Cultural Revolution as well as an opening to the world with capitalist features. It wasn’t the kind of history that lets a commercial code evolve over time. If America’s contract and property laws were as changeable and flexible as Chinese laws, wouldn’t you want to be able to trust your business associates? Actually, you would need to be able to trust them. In a way, personal trust is going to let you sleep better at night than any number of signed deals.

So during those banquets or coffee and cigarette breaks, talk about the same things you would discuss with someone in your own country in such a circumstance — even if you need an interpreter. Traffic, weather, your hotel, the plane ride all make for good small talk. And for God’s sake, try to be pleasant even if you have had a bad experience. After all, you wouldn’t want a visitor running your city or country down. Don’t try to show off your knowledge of the politics of Tibet and Taiwan any more than you would discuss U.S. party politics with a complete stranger whose account you want. If you find a common interest, that is huge. Work that angle.

Benjamin Wey on China cultural lesson No. 3: Pay attention to details

A little local knowledge is never a bad thing. “Hello,” “goodbye” and “thank you” in any language usually is enough to show you respect the other party. Your interpreter can handle the rest, but try. When in Rome …

And that applies to all the little details, like how to present your business card. Watch what they do, and mimic it. You can’t go too far wrong that way. Why? Because at a very human level, even if you get it not-quite-right, you are trying, and that means you respect them. And you can’t trust someone who doesn’t respect you.

Yes, everything about China is different, but at a very basic level, we all want the same things: success, respect and happiness. In that regard, China and Oklahoma have a lot in common.

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