Letter: Day trading under Thrift Savings Plan could distract employees

Regarding, "Some participants protest new Thrift Savings Plan policy," a reader writes: Does anyone have stats on how many of these "day traders" are using government machines during work hours to do their trading? I don't see this mentioned in your articles, but this must be creating
quite a diversion from these employee's productivity.

Anonymous

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