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Since we’re nearing the end of summer, I decided to watch my one and only cinematic homage to baseball over the long Labor Day weekend. It got me thinking about what I believe in when it comes to life and investing, and it wasn’t long before I was on an epic, Crash Davis-esque rant

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Most companies list in their domestic markets by default because of name recognition among potential investors; familiarity with the markets/exchanges; and convenience (overseas roadshows are optional, not required). There are is a subset of companies that chooses to list overseas. A broad range of considerations drives these decisions and we have noticed several patterns behind these exceptions. The following discussion focuses on the highlights and is not intended to be comprehensive

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On March 22, 2017, the Securities and Exchange Commission amended Exchange Act Rule 15c6-1 to shorten the standard settlement cycle for broker-dealers transaction from “T+3” to “T+2,” subject to certain exceptions. The SEC’s Office of Investor Education and Advocacy (OIEA) is issuing this investor bulletin to explain the new “T+2” settlement cycle and how it will affect certain transactions you place with your full-service or online brokerage firm

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