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Written by attorney Michael Astanehe | Jul 1, 2019

Spotting Broker Churning: Protecting Your Investment Account from Excessive Broker Trading

In discretionary accounts, brokers have the power to transact with their client’s assets freely. Although brokers typically act responsibly, sometimes brokers abuse client confidence for personal gain. Churning occurs when a broker buys or sells investments, such as stocks, in a customer’s account t

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