The government in the 1920s was affecting stock brokers and how their jobs were being ran. The government created the laissez faire policy to separate them from businesses which then caused people to buy on credit and on margins. This affected stock brokers because people were losing money and people were losing trust in stock brokers. This not only put stock brokers in a position where they could lose their job but also got them to the point where they are in debt. In 1930s stock brokers has no money to give to people which also caused people to lose trust and hope in the stock market. As a result of this, stock brokers were trying to avoid being in debt by telling people to buy all these random products.
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