Illegal Trading

  1. Spread betting is a speculative practice that began in the 1940s as a way for gamblers to win money on changes in the line of sporting events. But by 1970, the phenomenon trickled into the financial markets, where the use of leverage provided speculators with a way to earn (or lose) big profits with very little upfront money.

    Why Is Spread Betting Illegal In The US?

    Spread betting is a speculative practice that began in the 1940s as a way for gamblers ...
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  3. late trading versus after-hours trading

    What Is The Difference Between After-Hours Trading ...

    “After-hours” trading and “late trading” both refer to investments made outside of ...
  4. Defining Illegal Insider Trading

    The better you understand why insider trading can be criminal, the better you'll ...
  5. 4 Massive Frauds You've Probably Never Heard ...

    Here are four historically significant, obscure, large-scale frauds from the previous ...
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    Learn about the crimes and punishments of some of the most infamous convicted white-collar ...
  1. Excessive trading is:

    A. acceptable if the client is young enough to recover from any losses before retiring.B. acceptable if the firm mandates ...
  2. What does churning mean?

    A. Trading with yourself, or with someone else in attempt to make the tape appear more active than it really is.B. Trading ...
  3. What exactly is insider trading?

    An "insider" is any person who possesses at least one of the following: 1) access to valuable non-public information about ...
  4. What is the "squawk box scandal"?

    In 2002 and 2003, the day traders at Watley Group seemed to have an uncanny knack at predicting the movements of institutional ...
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