Stockbroker Misconduct and Investment Fraud Blog

SEC governance extends to social media

Florida investors often turn to a stockbroker, financial adviser or brokerage firm for advice about investment opportunities in a wide range of securities, such as a new startup company, a fixed-income product, an initial public offering, or a...

Another Ponzi scheme dupes a Florida investor

Florida readers have likely heard of a fraudulent investment arrangement called a Ponzi scheme. A typical scenario involves a fraudulent broker or finance manager luring investors with promises of high returns or pre-initial public shares in an...

Fraud continues to plague Florida investors

In our last post, we suggested some preventative measures that Florida investors might take before committing to various projects. The need for investor caution is apparent from the string of recent securities fraud stories in the news...

NFL players deceived by adviser misrepresentations

Several investment fraud schemes targeting retirees have been in the media recently. However, Florida readers should know that broker misconduct and securities fraud affect even young, high profile clients. A recent story illustrates this point...