Most first-time investors work with a financial adviser or stockbroker to understand what types of investments are suitable for their objectives, risk tolerance level, and financial needs. Understanding which investments are available will help you choose the correct ones for your account and develop a healthy, diversified portfolio.
if your investment broker seems like your enemy and not your ally in handling your portfolio. Sometimes they can fail to uphold their end of the bargain and harm your long-term financial potential.
Even if you do your homework, it is still possible to fall prey to fraudulent investment practices. Here are some dishonest investment schemes we have come across:
- Oil and Energy Fraudulent Investments
- Hedge Fund Fraud
- Private Placement Fraud
- Preferred Shares of Stock Fraud
- Junk Bonds and Junk Bonds Fraud
- Ponzi Schemes Fraud
- Structured Products Puerto Rico Bond Fraud
- Variable Annuity Investment Fraud