Insider trading in futures markets: A discussion
Stephen J. Dinehart
Journal of Futures Markets, 1986, vol. 6, issue 2, 325-333
“…Every man in the War Department, and the Executive Mansion, who was so situated as to be able to communicate valuable information in advance of the newspaper dispatches was approached by the gold operators, and in most instances an arrangement existed between the former and the latter, for mutual profit.…”
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