Investment Products and Services that may be at Issue

Have you lost money with an investment product?

While it is normal for many investments to fluctuate in value, sometimes investments lose value because of the wrongdoing of brokers or advisors.

The following investment products and services, while not comprehensive, are examples of items that may be the subject of claims for investment losses.  Some of these items may be appropriate for experienced investors, or even inexperienced investors under the right circumstances.  However, these items may also pose particular risks that may make them inappropriate for certain investors.  A securities attorney can help you evaluate whether you have a claim for losses from these products or services.

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529 Plans
Asset-Backed Securities (ABS)
Cash Alternatives (CDs)
Closed End Funds
Commodities (Futures)
Corporate Bonds
Day Trading
Direct Participation Programs (DPP)
Exchange Traded Funds (ETF)
Futures (Commodities)
Hedge Funds
Institutional Business
Life Settlements
Managed Futures Funds
Margin Accounts

Mortgage Backed Securities (MBS)
Mutual Funds
Precious Metals
Promissory Notes
Qualified Plan Rollovers
Real Estate Investment Trusts (REIT)
Retail Forex
Security Futures Risk
Specialty Purpose Acquisition Companies (SPAC)
Structured Products
Tenants-in-Common Securities (TIC)
U.S. Government Securities
Unit Investment Trusts (UIT)
Variable Annuities-Capital Acquisition Brokers (CAB)
Variable Life
Variable Rate Demand Obligations (VRDO)
Volatility Index Products

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