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Madoff, Other Felons Say Markets Are Unfair

Wednesday, June 5, 2013 - 9:21 AM
From MarketWatch:
Faced with a rash of insider trading in the markets, federal prosecutors and securities regulators in recent years have stepped up efforts to crack down on violations.

But insider trading and market fraud persist, perhaps at epidemic levels. Even though the Securities and Exchange Commission has brought more insider-trading actions in the past three years than in any three-year period in the agency’s history, and even though the U.S. Attorney in New York City has convicted 73 people in insider-trading cases since 2009, the crime remains all too common.

That’s what MarketWatch found in a series of interviews with people convicted of insider trading and fraud. These felons painted a picture of an unfair market driven by widespread cheating that favors those with privileged information and expensive technology. The cheating also hurts individual investors and retirement savers trying to follow the rules of the road and produces a deeply unfair market environment.

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pearlbrownpearlbrown1,356 posts since
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1. Wednesday, June 5, 2013 - 10:10 AM
Thanks, PB.  This (cheaters filling up the market) supports what I already know:

http://www.depositaccounts.com/fo...stocks.htm
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51hh51hh1,461 posts since
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