johnThere’s an ongoing epidemic on Wall Street.

It’s bad.

And it’s been happening to regular investors like yourself for many years.

But just how bad is it?

Well, what if I told you that up to 95% of companies currently trading on the stock market today are essentially stealing money right out of your pocket!?

These are some of the biggest names in the corporate world… companies that trade millions of shares a day, who you might be invested in right now (I reveal some of these names in the infographic below).

But where is this money going?

Right into the wallets of CEOs.

In fact, in many of these “bandit” companies, CEOs are earning 335-times more than their own employees!

What’s even more disturbing… there’s not a single thing these companies are doing that’s illegal. They take part in merger and acquisition deals for example, despite the fact that much of the time, their shareholders are the ones shouldering the losses.

And as you might guess, the executives and CEOs behind these huge deals often pocket massive payouts, either from the sale of the company itself, or from the hefty bonus they’re given in exchange for the acquisition.

Well, I’ve had enough!

While it may seem like Wall Street has the upper hand and you’re destined to be near the bottom of their payout list forever, I don’t believe it for a second. There is still a select group of companies out there that will pay you first. These are companies that a shocking 99% of investors are missing out on!

After spending more than 20 years on Wall Street, I now spend my days as a forensic accountant, helping everyday investors like you, rather than the corporate executives and insiders looking to add another million to their net worth.

Give our latest infographic, How CEOs are Earning 335x MORE Than Their Own Employees a read to discover more about just how far this Wall Street deceit goes… and how you can still uncover many more lucrative opportunities in the stock market today!







John Del Vecchio
Editor, Forensic Investor 

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John Del Vecchio
In 2007, John Del Vecchio managed a short only portfolio for Ranger Alternatives, L.P. which was later converted into the AdvisorShares Ranger Equity Bear ETF in 2011. Mr. Del Vecchio also launched an earnings quality index used for the Forensic Accounting ETF. He is the co-author of What's Behind the Numbers? A Guide to Exposing Financial Chicanery and Avoiding Huge Losses in Your Portfolio. Previously, he worked for renowned forensic accountant Dr. Howard Schilit, as well as short seller David Tice.