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March 3, 2009. By Heidi Turner.
Houston, TX Following news that yet another financial firm was involved in investment fraud, a lawsuit has been filed by angry investors who claim they lost a lot of money because of the fraud. With the massive amounts of stock market losses, investors are in desperate need of honest stock market financial advice. Instead, many say they are being misled and deceived about the safety and stability of their investments, leading to enormous stock losses.
Read [ More Investors Suffer Massive Stock Losses
February 14, 2009. By Heidi Turner.
New York, NY UBS AG faces a lawsuit filed by investors who allege their stock market losses are linked to the company's alleged scheme to help clients hide assets from authorities. The plaintiffs allege that their stock losses were caused by UBS AG's illegal activities—activities that the investors were never told about. They are now trying to recover some of their losses while they wonder how a company that marketed itself as ethical could have been involved in illegal activity.
Read [ UBS Allegedly Involved in Illegal Activity
January 30, 2009. By Heidi Turner.
New York, NY In this time of massive stock market losses, investors are left wondering if anything could have been done to protect their money and minimize their losses. In some cases, the stock losses are due to the unethical actions of financial advisors or brokers, who either recommended unsuitable investments, ignored warning signs about fraudulent investments or were actively involved in illegal transactions. The truth is that not all stock market financial advice is given in the best interest of the investor.
Read [ Investors Lose Money to Swindlers
January 14, 2009. By Gordon Gibb.
Montreal, PQ The size, and breadth of stock market losses in this bear market has been staggering. For many, stock losses have been the direct result of questionable stock market financial advice, or brokers who do not follow your express wishes.
Read [ Brokers Should be Held Liable for Bad Stock Market Financial Advice
January 8, 2009. By Heidi Turner.
Washington, DC Investors facing massive stock market losses now have to be on the lookout for fund managers who are involved in illegal schemes. Those schemes result in large stock losses for investors, many of whom do not ever get their money back. Unfortunately, these investors are learning that some people who offer stock market financial advice are really only looking out for themselves.
Read [ Stock Losses Caused By Unethical Advisors
December 29, 2008. By Heidi Turner.
New York, NY Still reeling from the news that they may have suffered millions of dollars in stock market losses investors who entrusted their money to Bernard Madoff are scrambling to determine how much money they actually lost. Of course, they are probably still smarting from stock losses incurred as a result of the economic crisis, but it seems that nothing is worse than receiving bad stock market financial advice—except, of course, being outright lied to.
Read [ Madoff Victims Assess Stock Losses
December 22, 2008. By Heidi Turner.
Lovell, WY Frank H. (not his real name) has lost a lot of money this year in the stock market. His variable annuity and his IRA have both lost money and he is concerned about paying his wife's nursing home bill. Frank thought he would have money to leave his children, but thanks to recent stock market losses, he may have very little left to give them.
Read [ Stock Market Losses Leave Retirees Without Money
December 12, 2008. By Heidi Turner.
Pittsburgh, PA Lauren H. (not her real name) says she and her husband have suffered more in stock market losses than they could afford. In fact, their stock losses so far are at around $63,000, and that may not be the end of it. After all, the stock market crisis appears far from over. Lauren, like many investors, has relied on the advice of her financial advisor, but he may not have acted in her best interests.
Read [ Investors Hoping Stock Market Losses Turn Around
December 5, 2008. By Gordon Gibb.
Santa Monica, CA There is plenty of bad advice to go with all those stock market losses out there, and while most people cringe at the horror stories of well-meaning seniors taken to the cleaners by opportunistic brokers, there are cases of younger investors with a wider risk tolerance, stuck with unsuitable products foisted on them by vendors with dreams of commissions dancing in their heads.
Read [ Stock Market Losses: No Shortage of Bad Financial Advice.
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