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(Studio: John Seigenthaler) Report introduced.
(New York: Scott Cohn) The risky business of "gambling" on the stock market examined. [Former stock broker Dan GAFFNEY - describes the rush from stock trading before going to Gamblers Anonymous.] [Disguised recovering GAMBLER - cites the gratification of "betting."] [Connecticut Council on Problem Gambling director Marvin STEINBERG - assesses this gambling addiction.] Signs of trouble for stock traders and investment industry safeguards listed. [Disguised stock BROKER - says the market encourages gambling.] [North American Securities Administrators Association executive director Marc BEAUCHAMP - talks about responsible trading.]
- Cohn, Scott;
- Seigenthaler, John
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