SEC sues New Jersey for Fraud (What Happens When the Regulators Break the Law)

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In a first ever event, the SEC sues the State of New Jersey for misleading investors who purchased NJ issued bonds. Blogpost discusses the importance of always performing due diligence before investing. Even the government can't be relied upon to tell the truth.

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