Spotlight on Short Sales
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Short selling is generally defined as the sale of securities that an investor does not own or has borrowed. The SEC has approved a number of rules and taken other actions pertaining to short selling to promote market stability, preserve investor confidence, and increase short sale transparency.
|Chairman Schapiro discusses new short selling protections for investors.