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States Crack Down on Investment Fraud

There is an old adage that says, “The grass is  always greener on the other side.” Don’t tell that to the thousands of investment advisers who switched from SEC regulation to state regulation. The Dodd Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act allowed investment advisers with assets under management between $30 million and $100 [...]

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Senator to SEC: Strengthen Stockbroker Fraud Rules

Following a recent expose in the Wall Street Journal, Massachusetts Senator Edward Markey called on the Securities & Exchange Commission to strengthen FINRA’s ability to fight stockbroker fraud. (FINRA is the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, a self regulatory organization that derives its enforcement powers from the SEC.) The Journal reported that over 5000 stockbrokers are [...]

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Is Bambi Holzer A Fraud? Some People Think So

Bambi Holzer – investment adviser to celebrities and prolific author of books on money and investing. In 2007, she published “Financial Bliss.” According to one review, the book is a valuable “guide that helps couples solve money problems and create a life plan.” Dozens of former clients have a different opinion; they think she almost [...]

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Cockroaching – New Trend in Investment Fraud Cases

“Cockroaching” – I must admit until I picked up today’s Wall Street Journal, I wasn’t familiar with term. Although the term was new to me, the underlying practice is unfortunately well known in the world of investment fraud lawyers. Cockroaching refers to the practice of stockbrokers jumping from one troubled brokerage firm to another. The [...]

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Stock Fraud Post – “Outside Business Activities”

Stock fraud is a hot topic these days. With interest rates at all time lows, investors are demanding higher returns. Financial professionals such as stockbrokers and investment advisers have limited options. Although there are some high yield alternative investments available, most are too risky for the average investor. Good brokers are honest with their clients [...]

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Lincoln Financial Advisors Rep Sanctioned By FINRA

Lincoln Financial Advisors says it wants to be the country’s “premier fee-based financial planning firm.” A recent decision by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority’s (FINRA) Enforcement Department suggests that the firm is off to a rocky start. FINRA sanctioned  former registered rep and investment advisor William Babb III with “trading away” and failure to cooperate [...]

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Securities America Fined For Improper Supervision – Stockbroker Fraud Post

Securities America is a large broker dealer headquartered in La Vista Nebraska. Licensed in all 50 states and in business for over 3 decades, the firm is well established in the industry. Lately, however, it has attracted some negative attention for its business practices. Some say the company has allowed or ignored fraud by some [...]

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The Dirty Back Room Deals – Securities Fraud Post

Securities fraud has been around since the Philadelphia Stock Exchange became America’s first stock exchange in 1790. The types of fraud may be different but all are driven by greed and avarice. A recent complaint by a stockbroker at J.P. Morgan Securities reveals some light on the dirty side of the brokerage industry. Bryant Tchan [...]

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TIC Awards Still Haunt Brokerage Firms

Claims for failed Tenants in Common (TIC) investments still haunt stockbrokers and investment advisers according to a story in InvestmentNews. According to the report published on Friday, arbitration awards continue to be made against broker dealers. TICs were a popular investment vehicle several years ago. An IRS ruling allowed individuals to pool their monies and [...]

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LPL Broker Charged With Securities Fraud

Less than 24 hours ago we wrote a story about securities fraud and the need for brokerage firms to protect clients against advisers who rip off clients by “selling away.”  Today the SEC announced it charged a former LPL stockbroker, Blake Richards, with securities fraud after accusing him of stealing $2 million in client funds. [...]

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