Korea Herald: Korean short sellers must take introductory class first

South Korea is set to partially lift a 14-month ban on short selling, the longest such ban in the world, on Monday, but on one condition — obligating investors new to the trading strategy to take a half-hour online class and try simulated investments.

The mini-lecture provided by the Korea Financial Investment Association informs would-be investors of the difference between a naked short and a covered short. It highlights that investors have limited returns from short sales but theoretically no limit to their losses.

The full article is available at http://www.koreaherald.com/view.php?ud=20210429000986

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