THE BETRAYED INVESTOR - In the 1990s, a new class of investors--millions of working Americans pouring cash into stocks and mutual funds--became a powerful economic and political force. They bought into the idea that stocks could only make them richer. Then the market bubble burst--and then came Enron. Now many feel misled by Wall Street, corporations, accountants, and Washington. The strength of ...
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