Miami Unsuitable Investments Attorney
When a customer opens an account with a financial advisor, the new account form always asks the customer to state their investment objective (income, growth, speculation, etc.), their risk exposure (low, moderate, aggressive speculation), and their time horizon.
A financial advisor may only build a portfolio that is suitable for the customer’s investment objectives. For instances, a stock portfolio would not be suitable for a person looking for income. Likewise, 30-year bonds would not be suitable for a person with a short time horizon.
Carlson & Associates, P.A. has experience in handling cases involving unsuitable investments. Contact our Miami investment fraud law firm for more information.
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Carlson & Associates, P.A. has years of experience helping Miami clients with investment fraud, corporate & partnership disputes, officer liability and coverage & legal and accounting malpractice. Contact us online or call 305-372-9700 for more information or assistance.