A Goldman trading scandal?

July 5, 2009

Did someone try to steal Goldman Sachs’ secret sauce?

While most in the US were celebrating the 4th of July, a Russian immigrant living in New Jersey was being held on federal charges of stealing top-secret computer trading codes from a major New York-based financial institution—that sources say is none other than Goldman Sachs.

The allegations, if true, are big news because the codes the accused man, Sergey Aleynikov, tried to steal is the secret code to unlocking Goldman’s automated stocks and commodities trading businesses. Federal authorities allege the computer codes and related-trading files that Aleynikov uploaded to a German-based website help this major “financial institution” generate millions of dollars in profits each year.

The platform is one of the things that apparently gives Goldman a leg-up over the competition when it comes to rapid-fire trading of stocks and commodities. Federal authorities say the platform quickly processes rapid developments in the markets and uses top secret mathematical formulas to allow the firm to make highly-profitable automated trades.

The criminal case has the potential to shed a light on the inner workings of an important profit center for Goldman and other Wall Street firms. The federal charges also raise serious questions about the safeguards Wall Street firms deploy to protect their proprietary trading systems.

The criminal case began to unfold on the evening of July 3 when Aleynikov was arrested by FBI agents at Newark Liberty Airport, after returning from Chicago. Aleynikov had just started a job with another firm in Chicago, after leaving the big firm in NY in early June. It appears the financial institution allegedly victimized by Aleynikov had alerted federal authorities that its former employee might be up to no good.

On July 4, Aleynikov was processed on a “theft of trade secrets” charge in a criminal complaint that was filed in federal court in Manhattan. As of this afternoon, he was still being held in federal custody pending posting of bail.

A Goldman spokesman declined to comment on the incident.  A spokeswoman for the US Attorney in the Southern District of New York didn’t comment. Authorities reportedly took all the computers from Aleynikov’s home in New Jersey.

Sabrina Shroff, Aleynikov’s lawyer, says the facts will bear out that her client is innocent. She’s hoping he will be released from custody soon.

His wife, Elina, says her husband is innocent. Speaking in a phone interview from the couple’s New Jersey home, she says her husband worked hard for Goldman Sachs and has been a good citizen–noting he’s lived in the US for 19 years. She seems mystified that federal authorities would arrest him on the eve of a holiday.

The Federal Bureau of Investigations, in charging Aleynikov, says he began working for the major financial institution in May 2007 as a computer programmer and left in early June. That would appear to match the description of a man  named Serge Aleynikov, as it is listed on the social networking website LinkedIn.

The bio information for Aleynikov on LinkedIn says he joined Goldman in May 2007 and was vice president for equity strategy. The bio says he was responsible for “development of a distributed real-time co-located high-frequency trading platform.” In his own words, he goes on to describe the platform as “a very low latency (microseconds) event-driven market data processing, strategy and order submission engine.”

The case against Aleynikov may explain why the New York Stock Exchange moved quickly in the past week to alter its methodology for reporting program stock trading. Goldman often was at the top of the chart–far ahead of its competitors.

On the week ending June 19, Goldman, for instance, was ranked first on the NYSE program trading list. But on the week of June 22, Goldman mysteriously didn’t appear on the list of the top 15 firms at all. It simply vanished without any explanation. Then the NYSE announced it would change some of the data for calculating the trading report. The Zerohedge blog was all over this controversy a week ago.

And now Tyler Durden of ZeroHedge has come in with his own excellent analysis of this strange, strange criminal case. I highly recommend reading it.

It’s possible Goldman asked the NYSE to alter some of its reporting methodology after the firm discovered that someone may have infiltrated the proprietary computer codes it uses.

Here’s the way the criminal complaint describes the Goldman trading platform:

The Financial Institution has devoted substantial resources to developing and maintaining a computer platform that allows the Financial Institution to engage in sophisticated high-speed, and high-volume trades on various stock and commodities markets. Among other things, the platform is capable of quickly obtaining and processing information regarding rapid developments in these markets.

Meanwhile, federal authorities appear to believe Aleynikov, who has lived in the US for more than a dozen years but frequently travels back-and-forth to his native Russia, may have had help. The German website that Aleynikov allegedly uploaded the stolen information to is registered to a person in London. That, of course, gives rise to speculation about this all being a case of international espionage.

This case is quickly unfolding and there’s plenty more information to unearth about Aleynikov. For instance, it appears that he and his wife are competitive ballroom dancers–there are some videos of them on youtube.com. The job he took in Chicago, according to the criminal complaint, paid nearly three times more than his $400,000 salary at Goldman.

Which Chicago firm hired Aleynikov? Inquiring minds want to know. But you can rule out the giant hedge fund conglomerate Citadel. It’s not them.

Also there’s more to learn about anyone who might have been helping him and the fallout this may have for Goldman.  When he was arrested, Aleynikov told the FBI he “only intended to collect ‘open source’ files on which he had worked, but later realized that he had obtained more files than he intended.” But authorities say after he uploaded the files he encrypted them and “erased” the program he used to encrypt them.

It’s not clear why the authorities and apparently Goldman waited so long to move on Aleynikov, even though they knew he had uploaded the information weeks ago.

One question investors need to ask is whether this incident will have any impact on Goldman’s second-quarter earnings. The alleged wrongoing by Aleynikov took place at the beginning of the month–although it’s not clear if it had any material impact on automated trading.

Update: The NYSE has not stopped reported program trading results. Instead, it’s altered the method it uses for putting together that report.

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getting intersting

Posted by san fermin | Report as abusive

Get Goldman! It’s about time!!!

Posted by Kevin | Report as abusive

OH my. this shan’t endeth well….

BOOM! BSOD.

Posted by deskjockey | Report as abusive

Great reporting and story. Never would hear this on CNBC, ABC, CBS, FOX. I can’t wait to see the liquidity on Monday morning, if GS will pull their bids and offers for their SLP programs.
On a different note, someone needs to be investigating the close relationship between GS and the NYSE. The fact that this happened several weeks ago and nothing was released regarding a breach of security that could impact two publicly traded companies is troubling considering that GS was the largest prop trader in the market, and now their numbers are missing. Keep pulling, the whole thing can unravel.

Posted by R | Report as abusive

On the heels of this story, I absolutely recomend article from July issue of Rolling Stone magazine: ” How Goldman Sachs Runs Washington”. The audacity of these greedy s**tbags.

Posted by mtppr | Report as abusive

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Mr.Goldstein -
Great reporting – like the old days of real investigative journalism . Picked up link to your story from ZeroHedge .
If what I am hearing and piecing together about Goldman from various sources is true, we are in tons of trouble , or they are ,when the American public lets looses on them . Don’t need politicians bought and paid for by same to do our work . Keep up the investigation , this is better than any Tom Clancey book I ever read !!

Posted by Bill | Report as abusive

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I hope Goldman Sucks loses their Ass

Posted by Adnace | Report as abusive

Please stop referencing that Rolling Stone hatchet job

The lack of facts , along with the author’s clear lack of knowledge about Wall Street is just astounding

Taibbi should be forced to walk the plank of journalistic integrity , to join the likes of disgraced NY Times reporter Jayson Blair

amateur hour === Taibbi

Posted by Tyler DD | Report as abusive

Goldman owns this country and all the self serving DC politicians. Nothing will happen to them.

Posted by rc | Report as abusive

Mr. Goldstein – if you get your facts right, your article will have more credibility amongst people who actually know what they are talking about.

The NYSE most certainly did not “stop reporting the numbers,” they changed their methodology to automate the reporting of the numbers.

Now, GS’s disappearance from the program trading stats is the real story here – and the one that should be easiest to track down too. It CANNOT be explained by the change in NYSE policy, since the new policy has not gone into effect yet.

“Please stop referencing that Rolling Stone hatchet job

The lack of facts , along with the author’s clear lack of knowledge about Wall Street is just astounding

Taibbi should be forced to walk the plank of journalistic integrity , to join the likes of disgraced NY Times reporter Jayson Blair

amateur hour === Taibbi”

– Spoken like only a Government Sachs employee would do LMAO. Go dump your trash somewhere else LMAO

Posted by Financial Advisor in CA | Report as abusive

Anybody know where I can download the GS program? thanks.

Posted by socal | Report as abusive

sounds like tomorrow might be a good time to short GS stocks.

Posted by eric jansen | Report as abusive

[...] developing story: Matt Goldstein over at Reuters may have just broken a story that could spell doom for if not the entire Goldman Sachs program [...]

Matt — Ray Pellecchia at New York Stock Exchange PR here; long time! I’m afraid Kid Dynamite above is correct: NYSE has not stopped issuing our weekly program trading press release; on July 23, we will change the data on which the release is based, but we will continue issuing it. Zero Hedge ran my response quoting a memo we sent to our member firms:

“The Exchange further notes that it will use the existing account type indicator data – which captures program trade information for those orders sent to and executed on the Exchange – to report to the Commission on a weekly basis the program trading statistics for portions of program trades executed on the Exchange. Accordingly, beginning on July 23, 2009, the Exchange will provide the Commission with its weekly statistics on program trading based on account type indicator data rather than DPTR [daily program trading report] data. Similarly, at the same time, the weekly statistics regarding program trades that the Exchange provides to media outlets will also be derived from account type indicator data rather than the DPTR.”

Would you mind correcting the original post or acknowledging this in some other way? Thanks for your consideration, Matt. — Ray

Does nobody care that Goldman is manipulating the market while average investors are paying for their enormous profits.

No company should be allowed to operate in the market in this way or to make recommendations to investors while they are playing the market.

Posted by Mayvern | Report as abusive

Hello I am a spam script. I am using an intelligent image analysis program to defeat anti spam script code.
If you are reading this post then I work!

Hooray!

What I find surprising (and worth more invesigation) is the expediency the FBI served in exercising “justice” in this case. If this were a “Joe Sixpack” investor– or even a 2nd tier broker-dealer, I doubt we would have had a response from a government agency for months.

So not only does Goldman Sachs gets “white glove” goverment service (and why not, since many of our economic leaders have served there), they get the benefit of having the accused named (you know the dirty Russian commie stealing national secrets on Independence Day)– and no mention made of the victim… in the affadavit.

If you think Goldman is going to get nailed on this, think again. Unless they get wiped on program trades based on cracking this program code.

Posted by Clarence Lansgton | Report as abusive

Tyler Durden. Goldman Sachs. Sounds like fight club!
Can someone tell me… will it end the same?

Posted by Asteroider | Report as abusive

I wonder if this helps account for the collapse in SPY volume over the past couple weeks.

Don’t mess with papa goldman.. He’s married to

our mother the state! Big stacks always beat little

stacks.

Goldman will never lose, after all look at the central bankers, most of them have connections to papa Goldman..

Eg: Carney in Canada, Paulson in the USA. and who knows who else?

Posted by duzzie buzzer | Report as abusive

Certainly this code is easier to steal but much more valuable than to crack the code for making fried chickens or soft drinks. Russians and Germans combined are best business partnerships on earth.

Posted by Miner | Report as abusive

When the stock market closed for the week, this Thursday (?), didn’t they halt or extend trading due to some trading anomoly?

Any connection?

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“Computer platform” for high speed “trading”……a way to rip off the small and institutional investor alike.

This is the sort of program that enables shorting when real investors cannot and caused markets to crash.

No investor should invest a dime in NAY marlet when there is legalized theft like this permitted.

Posted by Grant | Report as abusive

“Computer platform” for high speed “trading”……a way to rip off the small and institutional investor alike.

This is the sort of program that enables shorting when real investors cannot and caused markets to crash.

No investor should invest a dime in ANAY marlet when there is legalized theft like this permitted.

Posted by Grant | Report as abusive

If his lawyer AND his wife say he innocent, then surely he must be!

Posted by Peter H | Report as abusive

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it’s gold, man. it’s as good as gold, man. it’s goldman. what a scam. are they really interested in reforming these markets or just keeping them intact for the likes of goldman? btw, good piece in rolling stone about goldman. what a scam.

Posted by joe blow | Report as abusive

I can do the job better without any such hassles.So Goldman can hire me.

Posted by Rajesh Alla | Report as abusive

Out of curiosity, what information confirms that Citadel was not involved?

If there was any fund that would actively seek that type of information, it would be them.

Posted by I'm Curious | Report as abusive

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Excellent job. I often rant about journalistic misconduct and news that is just press release reprints. It exciting to see real journalism at work.

Posted by Neil | Report as abusive

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Aleynikov made a very good job. Stealing Goldman Sachs source code is a nice revenge over these bastards traders. He should give the code away on the Internet, too.

Posted by lithium | Report as abusive

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So it seems that when Goldman Sachs stopped appearing on the program trading stats the market began to slide.

Posted by su | Report as abusive

PACER (Public Access to Court Electronic Records) shows no federal case exists for anyone named Aleynikov. What court was this complaint supposedly filed in?

Posted by joe | Report as abusive

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From an objective point of view, and without condoning low security clearance,
ASK YOURSELF WHO IS THE BAD GUY?

The Russian hacker who stole or Goldman who acted on good faith?

If Goldman is high security, than shareholders would have no right or say ??!
What is the solution.

Posted by tony | Report as abusive

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story has entered the popular today section on popurls.com…

The thief should obviously use the ‘information wants to be free’ or ‘google/sequoia capital you tube defense’ and tie Goldman up in a 3 year civil matter that commences 2 years after the fact, after the most important component of their Trade Secret has been compromised. Allowing Global Competitors to attack their computerized trading strategy causing catastrophic equity losses.

Goldman’s computerized equity trading has restored their profitability, their fundemental proprietary principals of which are now worthless. The us does not punish other corporations doing this type of espionage against individuals, so it is no surprize an individual would feel embolden to conduct an economic espionage operation on a critical component of a us corporation.

Turn around appears to be fair play. My guess is their trading strategy will be immediately attacked around the globe, which is of course a guess.

Couldn’t happen to nicer people.

In the meantime, short goldman.

Obama- Owned by Goldman-Sachs

http://www.opensecrets.org/orgs/summary. php?id=D000000085

http://www.opensecrets.org/races/contrib .php?cycle=2008&id=PRES

Who’d have thought………………..

Posted by Jimbo | Report as abusive

Hmm….very interesting story!…just wondering if Goldman was the only one using these type of investment tactics or are others doing the same?

Posted by kookaracha | Report as abusive

I wonder if the SEC checked this code to see if it doesn’t manipulate the markets – for example, when it says it uses huge volumes, this is clearly it for me!

It is described as a system that quickly reacts to news, but there is no free lunch like that out there. This system is here to destabilze the markets, the small investors who are naive enough to think that equity markets are a synonym to investment rather to gambling.

Why intelligent people at GS don’t have enough intelligence to see that with such secret codes, they are going to kill capitalism? They don’t care, as long as they can buy their villas before it!

From a common wealth point of view, having many such trading systems could have 2 consequences:
1) optimistic case: making markets more efficient
2) pessimistic case: making things uncontrollable and someday the whold system will eventually crash down

The value of our markets is in the hands of robots and artificial intelligence… does this sound reassuring to you?? This is such a nonsense, that if we can such a nonsense, we will anyway crash someday, no matter how.

Good luck everybody.

Posted by Ricardo | Report as abusive

Get the risk out of the system and it will restart. Do nothing and it’ll be the end of it all. Ship of Fools.

Posted by George | Report as abusive

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Please please please PLEASE stop pluralizing “codes”.
People don’t write computer code. They write source code. You don’t make it plural when there is more than one program’s source code.

Multiple “programs” all with “source code”. No plural. When you write “program codes” you sound like a third world writer speaking a second tongue.

Keep in mind that a computer program’s source code is not like a spy movie’s “secret codes”, that’s something completely different.

Thanks.

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Please create more of these writes for me to reads.

That mangling of English is the same as “computer codes”

Posted by Allister Frau | Report as abusive

black box trading behind goldman’s defiant comeback? i was hoping it was the investment skills and acumen;recovery in money markets.
was Aleynikov the developer of those trading program? if yaa then he deserved $1200,000.. go short goldman…damn

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I’d recommend anyone who now has access to the program to place it upon the web as an interactive video game, charge $9.99 @ mo. to play, probably earn tens of $millions per annum!

Alternatives are to place upon web, make it open source, or offer up own “black box” service that is actually based upon the code. Regardless, Goldman’s Genie is now outta the bottle!

Posted by JHK | Report as abusive

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Exactly *how* are the formulas or source codes “top secret”? Sounds a little sensational don’t you think?

Posted by Joe | Report as abusive

To Joe (“Exactly *how* are the formulas or source codes “top secret”?”): Their proprietary formulas are the nature of “competitive advantage.” Go take a business school class on strategy, then an intro to computer science class on source code.

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Release the code. Show just how
scandalous these corporations are.

F___ Wall Street.

All the bullshit these Corps do should be exposed and hopefully no one will ever invest in the BS that is Wall Street

Posted by Not.new | Report as abusive

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very interesting, you can read more about this article at http://www.darkpooltraders.com

Posted by Mike G | Report as abusive

sounds more like another case of insidertrading than anything else. every program and every code is due to be copied or hacked in some time in the future. so one wonders if the stock market has not been altered by GS by such a program. so the correct question for investors might be more accurately: is there any difference in the stock markets if GS is NOT trading.

Posted by A Clausen | Report as abusive

It would be interesting if this case mirrored a case from the early 1990′s where the network security of a major Wall Street firm was compromised and this system was nearly identical to the system used by the Treasury. If aspects of the Goldman source code is used in NSA or DIA trends identification software then this may well explain the haste with which the FBI jumped all over this and the reason Goldman reported it at all.

Posted by paul94611 | Report as abusive

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He’s probably just trying to save snippets of the open source portions of his work. But then, he’s Russian, so he MUST be guilty before being tried, right? Just like Wen Ho Le was “guilty” (yeah, right) because he was Asian.

Posted by Mark | Report as abusive

How can Goldman expect to hold onto multi-billion $ earning algorithms and pay a key personnel component only $400k per annum, and maybe(?)a small bonus? Morons!

All alg houses run this risk, that’s why they make the pertinent knowledgebase so much $ that it is a disincentive to leave, and/or offer up a partnership/ownership wherein, when and if the firm itself is ever sold, there’s a huge capital gain in the offing.

If an entity in London is suspect, I’d be investigating the larger, capable hedge fund operators living or based there, who had, let us say, a less than successful 2008/2009, and substantive or threatened client withdrawals. Who knows, could be a household, well respected name who is the thief … has motive, and the cash to buy the black box, and to trade.

Posted by SJJ | Report as abusive

I posted this article at darkpooltraders.com

Posted by Scott | Report as abusive

Sergey Aleynikov wasn\’t as lucky as Ye Tian from Morgan Stanley. Reason? MS isn\’t as evil as GS!

Posted by AC | Report as abusive

Was I the only one who cringed every time I saw “codes” in this article?

Reuters and especially Matt Goldstein: When referring to software, the word is “code” not “codes”. It is a mass noun to be used the same as the word “information”. You wouldn’t say that he allegedly “stole some of their informations” would you?

Posted by M L | Report as abusive

This is truly the sick part. I ‘buy’ something and then ‘sell’ it ten minutes later. I make 2, 5, 10%. For what? What did I do other than rape the bloodied corpse of civilization? In a recent New Yorker, there’s a quote about how the banksters are merely a mosquito on the carcass of a dinosaur. Notice in your day-to-day activities just how much “standing around” people do. Nobody’s actually DOING anything. We should be tearing up our front lawns and planting food. People have absolutely no clue about the extent of the crisis. I guarantee you that this is ALL due to some cretin on a computer who wrote the code to buy, sell, buy and sell ad infinitum. None of that has ANY value, and yet it is ALL we do now. We are already burning in hell, if you haven’t noticed. Peace.

What’s the file name?

Posted by Goldmann Madoff | Report as abusive

[...] So here’s where it gets good: an ex-Goldman employee named Sergey Aleynikov was arrested last Friday for allegedly stealing  the heavily guarded and highly proprietary code on which this program trading is based. According to Reuters: [...]

This is interesting. First Russian programmers were the ones brought into the US to write the derivatives software and trading systems in the 90′s. Think Sun workstations by the 1000′s. The Cap and Trade bill going through is a huge market for exchanges that will trade, essentially energy credit derivatives in a market estimated to grow to over a trillion dollars a year. It is the biggest scam job in history, brought to you out of fear of global warming. Where is the location of the trading exchange for Cap and Trade? Why of course right in Obama’s backyard: Chicago. I would bet the this guy was recruited by this new exchange being set up. Why else a 3X salary increase. This has Al Gore and the Clintanistas written all over it. When you research cap and trade, focus on the trade part. We are going to get ripped off big time!!! Fun to see the insiders already trying to screw each other.

M.L. You were not the only one to cringe, I wish I can do a regex to change every instance of “codes” to “source code”!

Posted by John M | Report as abusive

interesting- can you do that?

I’m guessing that the software contains evidence of illegal wrongdoing.

Posted by Ruggy | Report as abusive

Aleynikov is Jewish, not Russian.

Posted by NicSwiatlo | Report as abusive

“Aleynikov is Jewish, not Russian.” What a moronic, racist, 15-year-old’s comment. That’s like saying that somebody “is Christian, not American.”

“Jewish” is not a nationality. The guy is a Russian Jew, and this fact is entirely not germane to the story.

Posted by FinancialJournoNYC | Report as abusive

Things are becoming more and more sophisticated and more and more information to manage. Computers handle more stuff over time. When something is wrong with the computer, program or hardware, poof! At some point there is too much info to handle. Even with todays technology it is necessary for a person to become involved. These people get overwhelmed. Look at the mortgage crisis trying to find out what entity owns the loan. Even Goldman Sacks can handle only so much. Things are breaking down indeed.

Posted by jimbo | Report as abusive

No, the guy is right. A Jew stole from another Jew. Just like Madoff. If they stole from a goy, none of them would go to jail.

Posted by Smithson | Report as abusive

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This case will be as secretive as possible, or Goldman risks to be exposed for putting the Goldman’s interests in front of their clients which could be illegal.

Posted by goldman sucks | Report as abusive

[...] “The allegations, if true, are big news because the codes the accused man, Sergey Aleynikov, tried to steal is the secret code to unlocking Goldman’s automated stocks and commodities trading businesses. Federal authorities allege the computer codes and related-trading files that Aleynikov uploaded to a German-based website help this major “financial institution” generate millions of dollars in profits each year.” (http://blogs.reuters.com/commentaries/2 009/07/05/a-goldman-trading-scandal/) [...]

heh, I will search for it on emule..

Posted by heh | Report as abusive

so here it is: “buy when macd >=0 and sell when macd<0″ ;)

Posted by the most secret | Report as abusive

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Pigs from GS take revenge about company change.

Posted by Viacheslav | Report as abusive

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these so called propriatary trading files may contain records Goldman wants to never see the light of day. Their closeness to government policy and process should be more transparent. Should a Cray computer be influencing our stock markets? The value or our retirement funds? All traders know the market has been manipulated, where and when comes accountability?

Posted by robert | Report as abusive

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I happen to know Sergej personally. tough to believe he’d do anything illegal, very nice guy. and in any case, it’s a white-collar crime; he’s no college shootist or child raper. actually. he’s a father of two wonderful girls. i hope this works out to the best outcome for his family, that’s for sure
and Smithson, why don’t you choke on your antisemitic b.s.

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[...] moving intrigue unfolded over the weekend. Thanks to kbdabear for sharing a Reuters news release, “A Goldman Trading Scandal?”, which adds significant fuel to the fire. Let’s review in a rational fashion. Reuters [...]

Goldman Sachs software theft could threaten market…

From Bloomberg:
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. may lose its investment in a proprietary trading code and millions of dollars from increased competition if software allegedly stolen by a former employee gets into the wrong hands, a prosecutor said.
Sergey Ale…

Smithson is dunce who lost his $400 in the market crash. Ignore the idiot.

Posted by Truthteller | Report as abusive

This is just bulling by GS to little guy. This guy has not stolen anything properitory. GS is scared that he will reveal how GS was doing illegal stuff all the time. Before he open mouth, GS put him in Jail. How to steal from investors is properitory to GS?

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That just comfirms it, Wall Street is the biggest casino in the world and the house always win… in this case the house is Goldman Sachs. Never bet against the House.

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[...] espionage @ Goldman’s The scandal at Goldman’s is unfolding, where an ex-employee stole the source for their program trading [...]

What’s the fuss about? A coder misappropriating unwieldy program code belonging to Goldman Sachs? Perhaps, the files contain more vital company secrets.

Read more here:
http://brainmindinstrev.blogspot.com/200 9/07/national-security-intellectual-prop erty.html

Holy Cr*p !!!! I know what company he went to !

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The leg up you referred to in your article as the means that GS stays ahead is not as much their secret computer program as much as it’s the secret advanced knowledge of intentions and other information that few outside themselves have privy to.
Many of us have watched this company operate with impunity regarding the securities laws that would land the rest of us UNDER the jail. Wake up to this pablum you print in the sincerest meaning of willful ignorance.
I don’t really know why I bothered.

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[...] del mundo. Bien, resulta que hace unos días un tal Sergey Aleynikov, un exempleado del banco, robo el código fuente de la salsa secreta de Goldman, el motor secreto que produce el mojo de inversión [...]

[...] del mundo. Bien, resulta que hace unos días un tal Sergey Aleynikov, un exempleado del banco, robo el código fuente de la salsa secreta de Goldman, el motor secreto que produce el mojo de inversión [...]

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maybe you will find some funky code inside conflicting the compliant regulation, who knows

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[...] Intrigue Reports (here and here) of the alleged theft of computer source code from Goldman [...]

[...]  We must follow this story closely because program trades now account for about 50% of the volume on the NYSE and if the HFT model somehow grinds to a halt liquidity will plummet potentially wrecking havoc on prices. For more read the A Goldman trading scandal? [...]

I think it was a programmer accident. He wanted sample code to keep around, in case he got layed off, most likely, and grabbed more than he thought (probably a masked move xx*.*). Anyways, unless he had a motive or tried to sell or use the secrets, it appears harmless.

The thing that is interesting, is how he managed to get the files. Most shops secure the security files so even programmers cannot read or copy. It sounds like a hole in the security.

Also, why is the media calling him a RUSSIAN IMMIGRANT. Heck, 50% of the people in my state are Russian immigrants, 25% are illegal aliens from Mexico, that would die if the U.S. didn’t give them a place to get food. The remainder are red blooded Americans that only work about 10% as hard as the illegals.

I think it is profiling until they prove this person worked for the SVR or FSB, or some other group.

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The real scandal could be that Goldman Sachs have been colluding with the NYSE to profit from proprietary information. Maybe that’s the real secret to their profits. If that’s the case, are they really different from Bernie Madoff?

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The true scandal purportedly perpetuated was not by Aleyniko but by the executives of Goldman Sachs themselves. These teflon sycophants bilked taxpayers, under a Democratic Congress, no less, for billions via AIG. Aleyniko is just a small time economic patsy plucked by the FBI to be made an example of!

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Of course, the programmer is innocent. This is just a case of a disgruntled employer & this is the way the decided to react to ruin his opportunity with his new employer. We keep hearing of the disgruntled employee, perhaps, this would be the first big case of the the disgruntled employer.

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[...] The code, however, has recently been stolen. [...]

[...] Russian immigrant living in New Jersey was reportedly being held on federal charges of stealing top-secret computer trading codes from a major New [...]

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Great work! We desperately need people like Matt to uncover these types of activities. I manage my own money and reading what GS is doing hurts me. Read the white paper: http://www.themistrading.com/article_fil es/0000/0348/Toxic_Equity_Trading_on_Wal l_Street_12-17-08.pdf from themistrading and you’ll be amazed at how Wall Street is killing the markets.

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[...] A Goldman trading scandal? Did someone try to steal Goldman Sachs’ secret sauce? While most in the US were celebrating the 4th of July, a Russian immigrant in New Jersey was being held on federal charges of stealing top-secret computer trading codes from a major New York-based financial institution sources say is Goldman Sachs… Original Story Link [...]

If you want to learn the secrets of program trading goto programtrading.com

I think Goldman was or is one of their institutional clients.

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[...] results may not be indicative of what’s to come across the rest of the banking sector. As BW’s David Henry reported a few weeks ago, Goldman is a unique spot. The investment bank, which shrewdly navigated through the mess and even [...]

[...] 1 a desaparecer completamente de la lista y coincidiendo con este extraño suceso, Reuters publicó la siguiente noticia: Mientras la mayoría de los americanos estaban celebrando el 4 de Julio, un inmigrante Ruso [...]

[...] right away, nor did the authorities or Goldman move on Aleynikov right away, even though they were aware of the breach weeks ago. Goldman could lose millions of dollars if the software ends up in the wrong hands, a distinct [...]

[...] the details of this intriguing story, I recommend this post from the Zero Hedge financial blog and this story from Reuters business columnist [...]

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The scary thing here is that Goldman stated that this software “could be used to manipulate prices.” Now, isn’t that as good as a confession? So now we know that Goldman manipulates prices?

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Decimal Place Trading caused the recession of 2008
This recession was caused by the manipulation of stock prices on Wall Street through naked short-selling, flash trading, high-frequency trading, secret software, super-fast computers and what I feel was the main cause of this corruption: “Decimal Place Trading.” As I write this article today, much of this corruption is now slowly coming out through social media outlets such as Twitter and Facebook, along with bloggers on the internet, Yahoo bulletin boards, and the movie Stock Shock. The news media is also to blame for what has taken place in this country — including the near-collapse of Wall Street and the banking industry.
There are many things to point fingers at or place the blame on, and I can think of a few off-hand that I would like to cover — the first being Wall Street’s regulation changes. I am no expert — I am not even a writer — but decided to tell this story since the business news media was not telling it. These Wall Street regulation changes contributed to the aforementioned problems in many ways, with the first being the removal of fractions in stock pricing. On January 29, 2001, the New York Stock Exchange, or NYSE, went to four-decimal-place trading. On March 12, 2001, the National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotation, or NASDAQ, followed suit. This new rule had the best of intentions as we headed toward the computer and digital world, but over time it was manipulated and companies like Goldman Sachs figured out how to take advantage of the new system. I am not sure how it happened, whether it was lobbied for years or what — but along came the biggest mistake of all with the elimination of the uptick rule in July of 2007. This rule had been implemented after the great depression, and had been in place since 1938. How could the Securities and Exchange Commission, or SEC, abolish a rule that had been in place for close to 70 years, and had worked? Put these two changes together, and you get a simple equation: greed plus corruption equals recession.
Reports have been released on the web that Goldman Sachs made over 100 million dollars per day in 46 out of 64 trading days in Fiscal Year 2009, second quarter (April, May and June). Let me say that again. They made over 100 million dollars per day, and are still doing it as I write this letter today. But the question remains, how did they do it? There has been no report of this by any of the news media. How can this be? This corruption is 100 times the gravity of the Bernie Madoff story, and yet there has been no coverage by CNBC or Bloomberg News. Why? Goldman Sachs, upon Wall Street transitioning to fractions and the abolishment of the uptick rule, designed secret software and used this software to gain an advantage on every potential investor. Basically, Goldman Sachs became a Las Vegas poker dealer in New York City on Wall Street, turning profits on investors every trade with their super-fast computers and software.
Richard Keane August 26th, 2009 Revised version

Rick Aristottle Munariz of the Motley Fools is paid to mislead investors about Sirius XM Radio. He is part of a news media collusion lead by CNBC and their own Jim Cramer. Jim Cramer’s street.com web site is also hip deep into the collusion. Jim Cramer and his writers, especially Scott Moritz are all part of the scandal and it leads upward to CNBC/GE executives and Goldman Sachs. Thank god their is now an investigation taking place with Goldman Sachs. Goldman Sachs was investigated and 10 firms, including Goldman Sachs were fined $1.4 Billion dollars in 2003. Now the full blown investigation by Boston’s Chief Financial Regulator William Galvin will reveal the corruption of Goldman Sachs again and I can only hope that William Galvin will follow the money trail and check the bank accounts of Rick Aristottle Munariz of the Motley Fools along with Scott Moritz of the Street.com Just check these 2 writers banking accounts and the investigation will reveal that they are being paid off to write mis-leading stories about Sirius XM Radio. The money trail from these 2 writers will lead to >>> Motley Fools >>> Street.com >>> Jim Cramer >>> CNBC >>> GE / CNBC executives >>> NAB >>> Goldman Sachs.
It has all been a news media collusion along with the combination of Wall Street corruption by Goldman Sachs to destroy Sirius XM Radio inc. by naked short selling, flash trading, superfast computers, using secret software to manipulate the Sirius XM Stock price in decimal places the past few years since the Siri /XM merger was announce in Jan 2007. It was a pact agreed to by the news media and Goldman Sachs, which is why CNBC keeps reporting positive story after positive story about Goldman Sachs. All are into this collusion knee deep and this is why they will not report Goldman Sachs and their biggest scandal in the history of Wall Street.
Goldman Sachs got greedy. The scandal with Sirius XM Radio, worked so well with their secret software that was making them millions of dollars a day. Well, their Greed expanded into not just naked shorting & decimal place trading Sirius XM radio, but Goldman Sachs, next said , heck this secret software works so well, along with CNBC’s cover up lets do it to our competition the banking industry. Goldman Sachs next used these tactics on the banking industry in 2008 – 2009. They have been protected by CNBC by paying CNBC millions of dollars a month in advertising or shall we say paid protection.
Goldman Sachs greed almost ruined this country when they began using naked shorting and their secret software to attack the banks. It was their Greed of making millions using this software attacking Sirius XM Radio and when they expanded their scandal to the banking industry, they were now making over $100 million dollars a day. This is a fact, as Goldman Sachs made over $100 million dollars a day in 46 of 64 trading days last Quarter 2009 ( April , May, June 2009 ).
CNBC is part of the scandal, taking in million a months from Goldman Sachs for their silence. Why wouldn’t Goldman Sachs pay CNBC millions of month, that was nothing to them, since they are making over $100 million dollars a day. They helped CNBC try to ruin the competition ( Siri ) and now CNBC will help them ruin the other Banks. A true partnership by Goldman Sachs & CNBC.
The scandal lives on today, but thankfully the investigation by William Galvin will be expanded into the news media collusion of CNBC, Motley Fools & Street.com along with many other news media types.
Their Greed and goals have cost the average investors of the World hundreds of billions of dollars the past few years. In the end the truth is going to come out, but how does the people of the World hear the truth when the news media is part of the Scandal.
Well, a few years ago, CNBC & Goldman Sachs would have gotten away with it, but thank you http://www.Satwaves.com , http://www.twitter.com/stockshockmovie and the many social media outlets and bloggers out there. Thank you for helping bring the truth to the World. Each day we get closer and closer to the biggest scandal in the history of the United States. ( Written by Richard Keane – August 30th, 2009 )

White house calls me http://bit.ly/3KH6Es Wall Street crime about to be exposed

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Thanks

Richard

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I agree with Alexander

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I agree with Alexander
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Is there a government department responsible for auditing trading systems of this nature?

James
http://www.adaptivetradingsystems.com

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This type of activities supports global recession. Definitely we need a system who will responsible for auditing suspicious activities in trading system.

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