Advisor Failed to Diversify Assets? What You Need to Know About Overconcentration

Securities Arbitration Attorney

Diversification is a key component to a balanced, profitable investment portfolio. The market is constantly in flux. If a broker invests all or a large portion of your financial security in one product or sector, the potential for you to lose vast sums of money increases dramatically.

Brokers and financial advisors owe a duty to their clients to ensure client investments are spread across asset classes, industry sectors and securities in accordance with the individual circumstances and financial goals of each client. Overconcentration occurs when a broker places undue emphasis on one type of investment or security resulting in significant loss to the investor. Your broker and brokerage firm may be held liable for any losses resulting from overconcentration.

Millions of Dollars Won for Clients

If your broker mishandled your assets and caused losses due to overconcentration, you need attorneys who are knowledgeable, experienced, and have a track record of results. . The securities arbitration attorneys at Meyer Wilson can provide the help you need. Our hard work and dedication has resulted in recovering over $350 million on behalf of our clients.

Over the course of our firm’s history, we have aggressively pursued claims against the nation’s most well-established investment firms, helping hundreds of clients across the nation recover their investment losses. Our practice has represented clients from Los Angeles to Tampa, from Seattle to Columbus. If you want the insight and skill of a powerhouse firm of investment loss lawyers, contact Meyer Wilson by calling us, or complete an online form for a free case evaluation.