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The stock market is a complex industry that very few people have mastered over the years. Investing is a constant gamble, which is why so many people trust their hard-earned money to stockbrokers who will play the investment game for them.
On July 18, 2018, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) charged Temenos Advisory Inc., a Connecticut-based retail investment firm, and its chief executive officer George L. Taylor, with defrauding its investors. The SEC states that the company and its CEO placed $19 million of investor’s money into risky investments while taking large commissions off of those investments.
When you’re looking to invest your hard-earned money it’s always important to perform your due diligence before making any important decisions. It’s wise to research any investment opportunity as well as look into and vet any stockbroker or financial professional you may potentially work with.
When you suspect you’ve been the victim of stock broker fraud, one of your first steps should be speaking with the stockbroker fraud attorneys at Colling Gilbert Wright & Carter. This is important if you
While losing money in the stock market is always devastating, it usually doesn’t rise to the level of legally actionable fraud. As an investor, you take certain risks every time you make a purchase or a sale on the market.
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In May of 2013, Michael J. Stein, a Boca Raton stock market lawyer, was found guilty for his role in a multimillion-dollar stock market fraud scheme that lasted over five years. Stein, along with his associate
In the state of Florida, victims of stockbroker fraud may have up to four years to take legal action. However, the statute of limitations may also be a short as one year and, in all instances, waiting to take
With the rise of social medical such as Twitter and Facebook, internet stock scams are becoming an increasing concern. The SEC, FIRNA, and the FBI are all aware of an increase in internet fraud and are taking ste
On April 13th, a three-judge panel of the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Manhattan upheld a similar decision made by decision by a San Francisco-based appeals court in January to reject lawsuits by investors seeking to make the SE