SEC Pump & Dump Case leads to Barry Honig Banned from Penny Stocks

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 · Ex-Broker at Morgan Stanley to Plead Guilty in Insider-Trading Case Attorney in sec enforcement action indicted for Penny Stock Fraud [ SEC ] Billionaire Participated in Pump-and-Dump Microcap Frauds Led by Barry Honig [ SEC ] [ SEC Complaint ]

Penalties: TBD Respondent: SEC Complaint – Barry C. Honig, et al. Violation: This case involves three highly profitable "pump-and-dump" schemes perpetrated by Honig, Stetson, Brauser, O’Rourke, Groussman, and Frost, and their entities GRQ, SCI, Grander, HSCI, Melechdavid, ATG, Opko, FGIT, and Southern Biotech from 2013 through 2018 in.

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A more modern spin on this attack is known as hack, pump and dump. In this form, a person purchases penny stocks and then uses compromised brokerage accounts to purchase large quantities of that stock. The net result is a price increase, which is often pushed further by day traders seeing a quick advance in a stock.

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According to the SEC’s complaint, from 2013 to 2018, a group of prolific South Florida-based microcap fraudsters led by Barry Honig manipulated the share price of the stock of three companies in classic pump-and-dump schemes. Miami biotech billionaire phillip frost allegedly participated in two of these three schemes. Honig allegedly

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Riot Blockchain, Inc. replaced its CEO in September after the SEC charged him in connection with a fraudulent $27 million pump and dump scheme. Now another person involved in that case, biotech billionaire Phillip Frost, has agreed to pay $5.5 million to settle the charges.

Pump and dump scams work best with small, thinly traded companies called "penny stocks." These are equities that trade at a low price (under $5 per share) and have a small market capitalization (# of outstanding shares x share price), generally under $250 million.

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Riot Blockchain, Inc. replaced its CEO in September after the SEC charged him in connection with a fraudulent $27 million pump and dump scheme. Now another person involved in that case, biotech billionaire Phillip Frost, has agreed to pay $5.5 million to settle the charges.