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The 1934 Act

The 1934 Act

It was like Godfather 2 – equally as good, if not better. It was all about disclosure and rules around stocks already trading. You can express opinions about stocks but you can’t do the equivalent of yelling “Fire!” in a crowded theater. Most importantly, ’34 Act created the SEC, the people who completely missed Madoff. For years prior to Bernie, however, the SEC was a well-run organization and it was a kind of “practices clearinghouse” which gave broader rules for the courts to later define ...

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