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November 12, 2013 12:00 AM

Stock follies: What happens when investors get duped or make mistakes?

It may have one of the biggest bloopers in the stock market this year. In October, when Twitter Inc. announced its impending IPO, thousands of eager stock buyers raced to be the first to invest. Unfortunately, they swooped in a tad too quickly.

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