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11:51 AM on 04/17/2013
Congressional Insider Trading.

The Corruption Rolls On.
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woody7
Always a Dem, but..............
11:49 AM on 04/17/2013
where are the jobz.........................................................................................
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robinchicago
12:05 PM on 04/17/2013
When is the last tim you heard anyone in government mention jobs?
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woody7
Always a Dem, but..............
12:12 PM on 04/17/2013
that is my point. they seem to come together to enrich I mean benefit them selves
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Iva 123
11:44 AM on 04/17/2013
Everyone was shocked because of events in Boston, and president was quietly signing the law that will bring more money into the packets of federal workers. Yep, you have to take advantage of these distractions.
9/11 was a great destruction for Federal Reserve not to give money to Chinese dynasty that was ordered by the judge. That is why they are being sued again.
11:42 AM on 04/17/2013
Wow! I have no words...
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jtabs
That one man scorned and covered with scars ...
11:42 AM on 04/17/2013
"What a revoltin' development this is!"— Life of Riley.
11:38 AM on 04/17/2013
there you have it... been doing it for years, only now all can partake legally ... if you are in DC
and elected reps, and now their support staff as well. How about passing the news along to us in time to profit from the crooks who nearly bankrupted the Country ? ... oh you mean, we would go to jail for it, as you go home after profiteering and rich ? how democratic of you in DC !
11:38 AM on 04/17/2013
Insider trading should be completely legal for all. It is the fastest way for a stock to reach its equilibrium price.
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MS Ind
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12:16 PM on 04/17/2013
True, but it also alienates investors who are off-Wall Street. If insider trading becomes legal, everyday investors would lose out big time because they wouldn't have access to the insider information. In the end, it would just lead to more distrust in the stock market, and the only way to play the game effectively would be to have a fund manager who's job is to know the inside scoop.
09:17 AM on 04/18/2013
Inside info only moves a stock temporarily.  If you INVEST rather than TRADE, which is what the average investor should be doing, then the sudden moves due to "news" are irrelevant.
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11:34 AM on 04/17/2013
This is where our tax dollars go. All politicians are crooks. Their staffers can still trade and eventually a chunk of the insider gains finds it's way back to their boss. If a regular person does this, they're prosecuted but, if you're a connected staffer, it's OK. This is a bonified double standard.
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doodlebug2
11:45 AM on 04/17/2013
exactly, the entire "reps are bad, no dems are bad " is crap, they are all crooks. Those 15(I hope I counted correctly) in the picture should be ashamed.