Legal Advice for Financial Markets — 41 results
Written by attorney Ryan Smith, almost 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
There is little question that the events in 2008 continue to have a profound effect on the securities markets. The major market indexes - the Dow Jones Industrial Average, SP 500, NASDAQ,... more
Written by attorney Kelly Kelly, over 1 year ago.
It sometimes seems that there is nothing new under the sun. Over and over again, we see unsuspecting clients who fell for the same five fraudulent sales tactics. Here are the main things... more
Written by attorney Timothy Kingcade, over 1 year ago.
Last week, mortgage rates fell to historic lows after a slight uptick the previous week. The average mortgage rate on a 30-year loan fell to 3.54% for the week ending March 21st, after... more
Written by attorney Timothy Broussard, over 1 year ago.
Imagine you invest in the stock market and with a little luck, you pick stock funds that go up in value. Thereafter, you are wise enough to cash out your profits before the value of the... more
Written by attorney Paul Meissner, almost 2 years ago.
Almost everyone carries and uses credit cards. Some folks have a bundle of cards, not because they asked for them, but in response to a flood of unsolicited offers over the past several... more
Written by attorney Anthony Murray, about 2 years ago.
FORM PF: Essential guide - August 2012
Some of the largest hedge fund managers will shortly make their initial filing for the Form PF, on August 29, 2012. This guide will recap on the... more
Written by attorney Howard Roitman, about 2 years ago.
Claimant asserted that Respondent Questar had defamed him to his customers and made false reports to regulators regarding Claimant’s employment with Respondent. At the close of the FINRA... more
Written by attorney Mark D. Walters, almost 3 years ago.
In August, the FTC took Debt Relief
USA to court. Debt Relief USA is
alleged to have misrepresented the services they offered and charged more than
allowed by statute for their... more
Written by attorney Eugene Ahtirski, almost 3 years ago.
We have all seen the commercials:
It's my money, and I want it now! - Or:
Its your Money Use it when you need it
GET CASH NOW for your Structured Settlement!
ALL are very popular and... more
Written by attorney Howard Roitman, over 1 year ago.
The suitability doctrine stems from the antifraud provisions of the federal securities laws and various SRO rules.
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