Clayton Cohn is a Con.

/Clayton Cohn is a Con.

Clayton Cohn is a Con.

By | 2017-08-18T17:08:08+00:00 August 8th, 2013|Uncategorized|4 Comments

I can’t believe a Marine would do this (or is accused of doing this). He claims to be a grunt and to be an honor grad from his military schooling.

 

 

I say they check his DD 214. I’m skeptical.

Here is the finalt article:

http://www.finalternatives.com/node/24387

A U.S. Marine veteran bilked his comrades out of nearly $2 million in a hedge fund scam, the Securities and Exchange Commission alleges.

Here is the formal SEC complaint:

http://www.sec.gov/litigation/complaints/2013/comp-pr2013-149.pdf

This really pi#$es me off and gives every Marine a bad name.

Beware of any money manager that drives a vehicle that costs more than $20k and lives in a more expensive house than you do.

 


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After serving as a Captain in the United States Marine Corps, Dr. Gray earned a PhD, and worked as a finance professor at Drexel University. Dr. Gray’s interest in bridging the research gap between academia and industry led him to found Alpha Architect, an asset management that delivers affordable active exposures for tax-sensitive investors. Dr. Gray has published four books and a number of academic articles. Wes is a regular contributor to multiple industry outlets, to include the following: Wall Street Journal, Forbes, ETF.com, and the CFA Institute. Dr. Gray earned an MBA and a PhD in finance from the University of Chicago and graduated magna cum laude with a BS from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
  • I tried to alert authorities to improprieties with this mutt in August 2010. No one would listen, including the initial investors. He demonized me and threatened legal action. I dodged a bullet…unfortunately many others who would not listen to logic, got burned and in doing so, allowed this fraud to continue for 3 years and close to 2M is now gone.