Best Practice in Delivering Public Speeches

Rule 1
Each statement concerned with expected market situation should comprise subject matter argumentation on which the expressed opinion will be based.
Rule 2
One should not express his opinion about expected market situation if its content may become the source of benefit for the speaker or institution employing him, unless the conflict of interests was disclosed at the same time.
Rule 3
Persons making public statements should select words cautiously so that the potential emotional load they carry was adequate to the depicted market situation.
Rule 4
The statement should comprise the author’s surname and name of institution employing him. Unanimous statements are impermissible.
Rule 5
If the statement is to be published by mass media it has to be authorized.