Among the many duties of stockbroker is the duty to disclose all relevant
information about an investment so that you can make appropriate decisions.
If a broker chooses to leave out some information or bend the truth, then
he or she may be held responsible for your investment losses.
Why is disclosure so important?
You may trust your broker and feel as though any recommendation he or she
makes is trustworthy; however, there are fraudsters and unscrupulous people
in the industry who take advantage of exactly that impulse. In a perfect
world, every broker would carefully explain every investment opportunity
to you, explore the risks inherent in that investment, hand over all the
information available, and point out any commissions or fees – in
other words, he or she would always put your interests first and give
you all the information you need to make wise choices.
Unfortunately, we don’t live in a perfect world.
However, brokers are held to very high standards and can be held responsible
if their lack of disclosure or
misrepresentation if an investment causes you losses. If you believe this has happened to
you, or if you need held determining if the losses you suffered were due
to stockbroker misconduct, speak with an
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