Securities Fraud Questions & Answers
What is Securities Fraud?
Securities fraud occurs when an individual or corporation attempts to illegally manipulate the investment market. Fraud can be committed by stock brokers and financial advisors who are misleading clients or advising based on inside information, corporations who are distorting company information and private investors who are acting on illegal insider information.
Securities fraud occurs in several different ways:
- Investment Fraud or Mismanagement
- Margin Trading Losses
- Stock Market Trading Losses
- Internet Trading Losses
- Churning Claims
- Mismanagement of Accounts
- Unauthorized Trading Option
- Trading Losses Securities
- Fraud Elder Investment
- Fraud Investment Loss
- Stockbroker Fraud
- Securities Arbitration
Most losses in the stock market are due to market conditions and trends that have nothing to do with securities fraud. Stockbrokers cannot see into the future of the market. If your losses are the result of fraud, you have the right to sue.
Contact our Orlando Securities Fraud Attorneys at Colling Gilbert Wright today for your free case evaluation.