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Stockbrokers Disclosure Proposed Rule Pulled

FINRA has withdrawn a controversial proposed rule that would have forced stockbrokers to tell their clients why they decided to work at a given brokerage […]

Is Your Investment Loss Claim Eligible for Arbitration?

FINRA arbitration provides an efficient and cost-effective way for investors to resolve their investment loss claims. Discovery is streamlined, and dispositive motions such as motions […]

Is there Recourse for Investors for bad Investment Advice?

I recently interviewed Dale Ledbetter, managing partner at the law firm of Ledbetter & Associates, about legal issues that impact investors who rely on Wall […]

Financial Services – Is there Investor Protection?

The media says financial services is one of the most regulated industries in America. If that is true, how do you explain headline after headline […]

What is the Time Limitation on Investment Loss claims?

FINRA arbitration provides an efficient and cost-effective way for investors to resolve their claims. Discovery is streamlined, and dispositive motions such as motions to dismiss […]

Bad Investments – Running Out of Time to Recover Losses

The stock market has a long history of volatility that can send wild speculators to yacht dealerships and conservative retirees back to the workforce. The […]