Financials Oct 19, 2021 07:35 AM (GMT+8)
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) debunked some conspiracy theories in its investigation report on the stock price fluctuation of concept stocks held by retail investors such as game stations in January this year, and supported the agenda of the chairman of the SEC to promote the strengthening of market supervision. The SEC questioned the short squeeze (WSB retail against Wall Street) and said those hedge funds were short pressed. However, SEC officials did not give specific policy suggestions, saying that multiple market dynamics ensure that the SEC will review market behavior more closely - securities companies restrict stock trading of retail investors, video game like functions provided by online securities companies' platforms, short selling, and paying for trading order flow.
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