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GameStop trader ‘Roaring Kitty’ may soon purr to federal regulators

Keith Gill’s videos could also cause woes for ex-employer MassMutual

The Wall Street Journal

The Boston-area trader at the center of the past week’s frenzy over GameStop Corp., who also worked until last week as a broker, may face legal jeopardy for potential violations of federal rules governing brokers’ communications with the public, according to securities lawyers.

Keith Gill, who goes by the moniker “Roaring Kitty” on YouTube and other names on websites such as Reddit’s WallStreetBets, has become one face of the GameStop mania because he was an early booster of the stock and forecast its rise. His commentary could also create a legal problem for the Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance…

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