In a recent interview with NPR, S.E.C. Chairman Gary Gensler says one of his top priorities is protecting amateur investors as his agency unveils a number of tough new rules and investigations.
The GameStop stock saga has risen into a movement fueled by a wave of emotions from the 2008 global financial crisis that are still raw.
Jaime Rogozinski, a former moderator of the now-famous Reddit forum that sent GameStop stock soaring, saw the chaos coming. For too long, Wall Street has been "an invite-only club," he says.
The video game retailer's shares shoot up, the online broker Robinhood struggles for cash and securities regulators issue a stern warning for anyone trying to game the market.
Jon Stewart and Ted Cruz are among other high-profile people who took to Twitter to comment on the stock story gripping the country.
GameStop has seen its stock soar, driven higher by a group of amateur day traders on Reddit, who are taking on Wall Street hedge funds. The frenzy has gotten the attention of regulators and lawmakers.
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