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Oct 4th, 2016

What does a Receivership Do? An Investor’s Guide to How Receivers Recover Investment Losses While (Hopefully) Avoiding Bankruptcy

​If you’re reading this article, there is a good chance you invested in or through an entity that is now in receivership, and you probably have […]
Dec 24th, 2015

Three Signs You Should Sue Your Financial Advisor For Negligence Or Malpractice

Some investor claims are easy to see, such as when money is simply missing from an account or a financial advisor has been arrested for securities […]
Jun 23rd, 2015

The One Reason Why Variable Annuities Are Almost Always A Bad Idea

Financial advisors love to sell variable annuities. The reason is simple—commissions of up to 8%. If a financial advisor can sell you a $200,000 variable annuity, […]
May 6th, 2015

Can I “Sue” My Financial Advisor?

If your financial advisor has caused investment losses, you may want to sue your financial advisor. For better or for worse, you may instead be forced […]
May 5th, 2015

How to Report Investment Fraud

If you believe that you are a victim of investment fraud, it can be hard to figure out where to turn for help. Your local police […]