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with regard to the latent dangers which are connected with insider trading. With regard to the harmful effects of insider trading, several economists and financial analysts have argued that insider trading is prejudicial and weakens foreign and local investor confidence in the capital markets.[1] Dennis. W. Carlton was of the view that it raises the cost of capital for security issuers and in turn stymies economic growth.[2] Ronald J. Gilson also gave a scathing critique of the practice of insider trading. He opined that it invariably robbed the investors who were not privy to such non-public information of receiving the full value of their securities.[3] Cleeton D.L asserted that it is a breach of fiduciary duty and trust.[4]


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with regard to the latent dangers which are connected with insider trading. With regard to the harmful effects of insider trading, several economists and financial analysts have argued that insider trading is prejudicial and weakens foreign and local investor confidence in the capital markets.[1] Dennis. W. Carlton was of the view that it raises the cost of capital for security issuers and in turn stymies economic growth.[2] Ronald J. Gilson also gave a scathing critique of the practice of insider trading. He opined that it invariably robbed the investors who were not privy to such non-public information of receiving the full value of their securities.[3] Cleeton D.L asserted that it is a breach of fiduciary duty and trust.[4]

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