Protecting your rights.

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Charles Schwab Stock Losses

The Charles Schwab Corporation was founded in 1971. Originally, the company was named First Commander Corporation. Two years into its existence, the company changed its name to the one it currently has: the Charles Schwab Corporation. This name came from the founder and principle stockholder of the company at the time, Charles R. Schwab. 


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5 Reasons Investors Should Think Twice About Owning Bond Funds

Kyros Law Offices represents investors that have suffered losses due to broker misconduct. Beyond helping investors recover from investment losses, Kyros Law Offices also tries to warn investors of potential harm before it occurs. One area for potential investment losses involves bond fund investments. Here are five reasons why investors should think twice about owning bond funds:

 

1.     Interest rate risk

2.     Credit risk

3.     Redemption risk

4.     Ongoing management fees

5.     Uncertainty regarding what bonds or debt the fund owns.

 

If you have suffered losses of $100,000 or more in your bond fund investments, please call one of our securities attorneys to discuss your rights. 1-800-934-2921

Mutual Fund Fraud

Mutual fund fraud is a commonly seen type of stockbroker fraud.

If you can answer “yes” to either of the following questions, you may have legal rights against your broker and brokerage firm:

1. Did your financial adviser or broker recommend your purchasing an overly aggressive mutual fund without disclosing the inherent risks?

2. Did your financial adviser or broker trade your mutual funds excessively?

Additionally, you may be entitled to compensation if your broker or adviser failed to explain the difference between share classes before you purchased your mutual fund. Class A shares have a front-end sales charge but Class B shares do not. Instead, Class B shares have a contingent deferred sales charge. Class B shares generally involve a substantially higher annual expense.

If you lost money because your broker recommended a risky mutual fund, traded your funds excessively, or failed to explain the difference between share classes, then you may have legal rights against your broker and brokerage firm.

Mutual fund fraud? Lost money because of your stockbroker?

We will fight to help you get your money back. If you have lost over $100,000 due to stockbroker fraud, contact us to protect your rights. Complete the form on this page or call 1-800-934-2921 for a free no obligation consultation with a lawyer. We work on a contingency basis, so rest assured that there will never be an out of pocket expense to you.