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100 1  Saler, Thomas D. 
245 10 Stock frauds, manipulations, and insider trading|h[Hoopla 
       electronic resource] /|cThomas D. Saler and Don 
250    Unabridged. 
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       available through hoopla,|c2006. 
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490 1  Secrets of the great investors 
506    Digital content provided by hoopla. 
511 1  Read by Louis Rukeyser. 
520    An early form of stock fraud was watering, where more 
       shares were issued and sold that were authorized by the 
       company (thus diluting the value of all shares) In a 
       corner, traders sought to control so much of a stock that 
       short sellers (who had borrowed shares and sold the with 
       the expectation of buying back later at lower prices) were
       forced to buy shares they owed from the manipulator, on 
       his terms. Famous corners included First Harlem Railroad 
       and the famous Erie raids. The Ponzi scheme (or pyramid 
       scheme) perfected by Charles Ponzi in the 1920's, is the 
       investment equivalent of a chain letter, with returns for 
       early investors, until all collapses when new investment 
       runs dry. After the 1929 stock market crash, the 
       securities reform of the 1930's curbed many types of fraud
       and manipulation. Insider trading is a longstanding issue 
       in securities markets. The issue essentially is how fair 
       and equitable trading can be maintained despite great 
       differences among traders in their knowledge of a 
       company's affairs. After the Securities Act of 1933 
       created the Securities and Exchange Commission, and the 
       Securities Exchange Act of 1934 gave the commission powers,
       a 1942 rule known as Rule 10-b-5 established guidelines 
       for stock purchases by major market players or insiders. A
       series of Supreme Court cases in the 1950s and '60s 
       elaborated the laws on insider trading, and scandals of 
       the 1980s led to still further attempts at reform. 
       Analysis of stock trades by company officials (insiders) 
       remains a poplar type of analysis that guides many 
       purchases of stock. 
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650  0 Securities fraud.|vSound recordings. 
650  0 Securities industry|xCorrupt practices|zUnited States.
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650  0 Insider trading in securities|zUnited States.|vSound 
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700 1  Rukeyser, Louis.|4nrt 
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