SOW: The Whistleblower Fund

Holding Wall Street accountable is a frequent theme on my blog and in fact was the reason I started blogging way back in 2005. One of the people I’ve had the pleasure of working with over the years is Edward “Ted” Siedle, who is referred to as the “Sam Spade of money management.” Ted has a long history of working to bring about equality and transparency in the financial world. Recently, Ted reached out to me to let me in on a project he is working on called the Wall Street Whistleblower Forensic Investigation Fund.

Ted describes it:

“I have become excited about developing a fund—currently named the Whistleblower Forensic Opportunity Trust—which, for the first time, will offer investors the opportunity to participate in a portfolio of “whistleblower” claims filed with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission and other agencies of the federal government. This week I put the project labeled Wall Street Whistleblower Forensic Investigation Fund on the crowdfunding site, RocketHub.”

I think Ted is on to something and am personally supporting this idea. I invite you to check it out on RocketHub.

I’ll keep you updated on its progress.

Scott Dauenhauer, CFP, MSFP, AIF


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