By Stephen Gandel
December 28, 2014

It was an unusually good year in the market, not just for stocks, but also for hucksters. From a New York City high school senior to a Belizean fisheries officer, 2014 seemed to feature a larger than usual assortment of people claiming they had minted millions in the market. Eventually, all of these claims were debunked. But along the way, bull markets have a way of making, well, bull believable. Here’s a sampling of the year’s best stock market hoaxes.

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