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By law, investment brokers and advisers, must operate in good faith. The law requires them to place your financial interests ahead of their own and their brokerage firms.

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Why does Peter Rageas, SEC Fraud Attorney, work on a contingency basis? This gives our clients an opportunity to file a lawsuit against the negligent broker who caused your financial loss without spending money initially for the payment of attorney’s fees. This will also help those who need to file a case right away and not worry about a lack of money to finance the lawsuit.

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Financial Industries Regulatory Authority (FINRA) includes the following as prohibited conduct:


Recommending purchase or sale of unsuitable investments


Margin investment loss without full risk disclosure


Making predictions and or guarantees of security associated profits or rates of return


Misallocation of assets within a portfolio


Mutual Fund switch which was unauthorized


Failing to use reasonable diligence to see that an investor’s order is executed at the best possible price


Wrongful removal of investor's funds


Failure to disclose material facts including fees


Unauthorized trading of stock and excessive commissions


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As a SEC Attorney, I can help with wrongful Conduct by Stock Brokers – typical violations include:

Unsuitable for Investor
Recommending the purchase or sale of a security that is unsuitable given an investor’s age, financial situation, investment objective and investment experience is an act of stock broker misconduct. Investment in a particular type of security may be unsuitable, or the amount or frequency of transactions may be excessive and therefore unsuitable for a given investor. Our fraud attorneys are experienced and ready to handle your case!
Unauthorized Sale or Purchase
Purchasing or selling securities when the investor did not specifically authorize the sale or purchase, unless the broker has received from the investor written discretionary authority to effect transactions in the account or the broker was given discretion as to price is an act of broker misconduct.
Switching Investments
Switching an investor from one mutual fund to another when there is no legitimate investment purpose underlying the switch is an act of broker misconduct.
Material Fact not Disclosed
Misrepresenting or failing to disclose material facts concerning an investment. Examples of information that may be considered material and that should be accurately presented to investors include the risks of investing in a particular security; the charges or fees involved; company financial information; and technical or analytical information, such as bond ratings is an act of broker misconduct.
Removing Funds without Authority
Removing funds or securities from an investor’s account without the investor’s prior authorization is an act of broker misconduct.
Excessive Charges
Charging excessive markups, markdowns or commissions on the purchase or sale of securities is an act of broker misconduct.
Promises and Guarantees
Guaranteeing investors that they will not lose money on a particular securities transaction, making specific price predictions or agreeing to share in any losses in an investor’s account is an act of broker misconduct.
Private Transactions
Private securities transactions between a broker and an investor, particularly where such transactions are done without the knowledge and permission of the broker’s firm is an act of broker misconduct.
Failure to Use Due Diligence
Failing to use reasonable diligence to see that an investor’s order is executed at the best possible price, given prevailing market conditions is an act of broker misconduct
Possession of Material Non-Public Information
A fraud attorney can help identify violations including – purchasing or selling a security while in possession of material, non-public information regarding an issuer is an act of broker misconduct.

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Our Detroit Michigan based law firm, offers affordable prices for a vast array of related to services. In addition to finding a securities  attorney, we also offer many other services including litigation, broker misconduct, securities litigation, and FINRA assistance.

You can find more information regarding securities fraud and prevention tips at the Federal Bureau Investigation's website. The Securities and Exchange Commission also offers great information - you can find it here; identifying and avoiding securities fraud.

Aggressive Pursuit of Stock Broker Misconduct

While our lawyers, recognize that investments in securities involve risk our firm strongly pursues those individuals and business entities that engage in misconduct in the forum best suited to address your resulting losses.

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Detroit, MI 48226
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