The Sec Needs To Police I Way Investing
There's a brave new world that Congress couldn't have envisioned when it created the Securities & Exchange Commission in 1934. Now in its infancy, the world of online investing promises to democratize the research and trading activity that Wall Street firms have worked assiduously to shroud in mystery, in order to keep investors large and small in their thrall. It's about time.
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