Can You Trust Your Financial Advisor?

Here's how three families found financial advisors to help secure their wealth

portfolio, make sure he or she is licensed to sell securities. In many states, insurance agents, lured by high commissions, sell high-risk investments. Verify that an agent is registered to sell securities by calling your state securities regulator (usually the state attorney general). If the agent is not registered, don’t buy.

 

For more information about broker scams and securities fraud, check out the following Websites:
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (www.sec.gov), The North American Securities Administration Association (www.nasaa.org), FraudBureau.com (www.fraudbureau.com), and StockPatrol.com (www.stockpatrol.com).

 

 

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