What The SEC Plans To Do If The Government Shuts Down


Although a skeleton crew of SEC monitors will be allowed to keep watching the markets to ensure that immediately dangerous activity doesn't run amok, Schapiro says all other surveillance will have to go dark.


This, in turn, would expose the investing public to a fair amount of risk, but would at least demonstrate just how valuable the regulators are.


Must-read interview with Schapiro in next month's Investment Advisor.



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