The interesting question is whether the Liang case portends greater SEC attention to insider trading by government employees. There’s a lot of chatter these days about political intelligence, but that’s not this case. This is classic insider trading by somebody with access to confidential information. Moreover, it’s insider trading by a guy who made classic boneheaded errors.
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