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Securities Fraud/Market Manipulation

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission requires companies whose securities are publicly traded to communicate financial and certain other information to the investing public and, in order to prevent any individual or entity from establishing an unfair market advantage, prohibits investing or trading on non-public information by any party.  Securities fraud involves intentional market manipulation resulting from the distortion or concealment of information. 

The following are some examples of securities fraud:

 


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