I may be in the minority here, but I don’t see why a judgment could take until June, possibly longer. After listening in on a number of the hearings where SEC attornies were stymied at every turn and the clear overreach of the SEC it’s not that complicated. Between trying to regulate something that has not been given a definition (security), the SEC enforces laws and doesn’t create them, originators of the suit leave to work for firms who directly benefit from their decisions while employed with the SEC even as much as collecting $15M from said firm while employed with SEC in Hinman’s case and Jay Clayton moving to One River Asset Mngt. Case closed!

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