Securities Fraud

Unsuitable Investments

Unsuitable investments can involve any security and occurs when an investment made by a broker is inconsistent with the investor’s objectives and investing profile (e.g., age, financial status, long-term goals, income and net worth of the customer). For instance, the broker encourages an investor to purchase an investment that the broker wants vs. an investment that may be best suited to the investor. An example of such an investment would be a recommendation to make a significant investment in a highly speculative security to an investor with a fixed income or the need for monthly income.

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