Donavan Shapray and Howard Shapray boldly advocate for the principles of the First Admendment and Constitutional freedom of expression.
When accusations are made that aren’t true because of some minority of overly self ambitious admins, it’s part of the SEC administrative system that is in need of basic reform to bring it back to sensible balance.
“an administrative proceeding allows for little discovery of evidence. It also does not involve a jury to determine whether a defendant committed a violation. Just as important, the initial decision at an administrative hearing is made by a judge hired by the S.E.C., which is being contested in court as a violation of the Constitution.” New York Times
Don’s forthcoming Book about his struggle against the Unconstitutional SEC administrative structure and how it is mis-used, is timely in light of the struggle to reform our great evolving system. Look for the Book in 2016!
Don was a star major respected publisher trader with Think or Swim for over 10 years, and then TDAmeritrade purchased Think or Swim, and the ballgame changed. Don and his many loyal long-standing subscriber investors found that after comparing TDAmeritrade’s trade transaction prices, to Interactive Brokers’ prices for trades, that Interactive Brokers, because they service a large institutional clientele, actually are far more advantageous than TDAmeritrade!
As a result, he does not suggest that traders pay higher commissions and suffer with TDAmeritrades’ poor fill order prices, until TDAmeritrade changes it way of doing business to being much more competitive with Interactive Brokers.