More motley madness

April 1997
Journal of Financial Planning;Apr97, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p15
Academic Journal
Describes how Chicago, Illinois-based teenager Jason Soldat caused the stock price of the Denver, Colorado computer software firm Accelr8 to rise from 17 cents to $30.63 per share. Soldat's request to the Internet investment forum Motley Fool to post a message board for the stock; Price stabilization at $17 per share.


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