SEC charges stock market ‘psychic’ with fraud

WASHINGTON, DC – The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has charged self-proclaimed psychic Sean Morton with a $6 million securities fraud. The US regulator says Morton – who describes himself as “America’s prophet” – told investors he could make them “piles of money” by predicting stock market performance. According to the regulator about 100 investors were taken in by the scam. The SEC charges, filed in the New York southern district court, also extend to three corporate entities co

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