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Insider Trading and Securities Fraud

What is insider trading? What circumstances must be met for an individual to be convicted of securities fraud for insider trading? Use examples to support your answer by describing once case where the defendant was convicted, and once case where the defendant was not. Be sure to emphasize what differentiates the two cases.

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Insider Trading and Securities Fraud

Insider trading is the practice of using information for taking decisions. In this case, the information in question has not been disclosed to the public. Insider trading is considered as illegal behaviour by the traders who buy and sell company stock. Most types of insider trading that provide benefits to the traders are ...

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Insider trading and securities fraud is examined. The circumstances which must be met for an individual to be convicted of securities fraud for insider trading is examined.

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