Insider Trading Cases Might Become Much Easier To Prosecute

Insider Trading Stevie Cohen

Insider Trading Cases Might Become Much Easier To Prosecute

It pays to be well connected — literally. Imagine someone — say, your brother-in-law — lets slip some information about the major bank where his close friend or family member works. You adjust your holdings of the big bank’s stock accordingly, and make, say, hundreds of thousands in dividends. As long as your informant didn’t personally…

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