The Securities and Exchange Commission suspended trading this morning in the shares of four companies -- including penny stock outfit Immunotech Laboratories Inc. in Monrovia -- that sell products related to the recent Ebola outbreak, warning that “scam artists” often use newsy events to lure investors into fraudulent stocks, the Los Angeles Times reports.
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