Recovering Investor Losses -
Brokerage fraud and mismanagement of investors' funds occur far more often than people realize. Discovery of brokerage firm misconduct is rarely revealed during good economic times. However, market declines cause investors (or thier tax and legal professionals) to identify the real reason for the losses or missing funds.

Investor Fraud Study Final Report -
May 12, 2006
Prepared for WISE Senior Services and the NASD Investor Education Foundation by
The Consumer Fraud Research Group

Fighting Fraud 101 -
We’ve all heard the timeless admonition, “If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is” — great advice, but the trick is figuring out when “good” becomes “too good.”There’s no bright line. Investment fraudsters make their living by making sure the deals they tout appear both good and true.

Statistics show that baby boomers today control more than $13 trillion in household investable assets, or over 50% of total U.S. household investment assets.


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