A stockbroker misconduct attorney explains more about investment misconduct
and how to tell if you have a claim after you’ve suffered losses.
Stockbrokers and financial advisors are held to certain laws and standards
when it comes to their professional duty to you. Any violation of those
duties could be considered stockbroker misconduct if it causes losses
for you, and it’s more common than you might think.
Although some claims against brokers can be complicated and confusing,
the idea is fairly simple: it’s about what your broker should have
done right. Speak with an experienced
stockbroker misconduct attorney as soon as possible if you suspect your broker did not:
- Take your goals, needs, and financial situation into account when recommending
- Follow your directions to buy, sell, or hold.
- Understand the investments he or she recommends.
- Understand the past and predicted performance of the investment.
- Inform you of any associated risks.
- Allocate assets and diversify your portfolio appropriately.
And, call us soon if your broker did:
- Misrepresent or leave out information about the investment to trick you
- Put his or her own financial interests above yours.
If you find yourself in need of a stockbroker misconduct attorney, consider
Meyer Wilson. We have helped more than 800 investors nationwide, have
over 50 years of collective experience, and only handle investor claims
and class actions. Give us a call today. We can help you move forward
after falling victim to stockbroker fraud or an investment scam, and we
look forward to putting our experience and resources to work for you.