My Broker May Have Misrepresented My Investment, What do I Have to do to Prove It?
There are a few things that are necessary to show in order to actively pursue a securities fraud claim against a stockbroker.
- Proof that money has been lost due to omission or misrepresentation by a broker or brokerage firm.
- The broker or brokerage firm actively misrepresented the security investment or omitted certain information about that investment.
- You trusted and relied upon the counsel and advice of your broker or brokerage firm.
It is crucial to have a carefully prepared case when it comes to cases like this, as many brokerage firms have experience in FINRA arbitration and use very experienced counsel.
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