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Finance Influencers Charged In Stock Manipulation Scheme

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Seven of the defendants are Perry Matlock (@PJ_Matlock), Edward Constantine (@MrZackMorris), Thomas Cooperman (@ohheytommy), Gary Deal (@notoriousalerts), Mitchell Hennessy (@Hugh_Henne), and Stephen Hervatine. (@LadeBackk) and John Laivertik (@Ultra_Calls) have grown their following by creating content that highlights their personal finance expertise.Influencers often posted wild images profit From everyday trades and investments showed a lifestyle booty with seemingly endless wealth — sports car, helicopter rideand private pool party.

In addition to the SEC charges, the men face criminal charges that could send them to prison for up to 25 years if convicted. I’m here. According to a Department of Justice press release, Constantine has been charged with three counts of securities fraud and one count of making money transactions with assets derived from certain illegal activities. Matlock and Deel He has been charged with five counts of securities fraud. Rybarczyk and he four. Hrvatin, Cooperman, and Hennessey each involved two securities frauds. Their first court appearance was Tuesday.

Followers on Twitter ranged from 100,000 to 600,000 — Constantine has the largest audience with 549,900 followers.The group also has Hennessy’s iHeartRadio Podcast Penny: go live, launched in July 2020 to promote selected stocks. Hennessy co-host Daniel Knight (@DipDeity) was also indicted by the SEC for “aiding and abetting the alleged scheme.” (iHeartRadio did not immediately respond to BuzzFeed News’ request for comment.)

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