Investment Fraud (1)

Written by LexShares Team | Jun 29, 2016 5:00:12 PM | 0 Comments

Resources Matter When Bringing Investment Fraud Lawsuits

By far, the most valuable commodity in an investor’s portfolio is trust.  All successful investors trade in it.  Trust in company financial reporting, executive statements, brokerage advice, and other public sources of information underlies every purchase, sale, and exchange.  Any party with first-hand, confidential knowledge of a company’s workings is barred from trading in its stock or securities due to the unfair competitive advantage such insider knowledge provides; instead, they, like all investors, must rely on the even playing field of public information provided by others.  As a result, executives and those in positions of authority can do a great deal of damage when they breach that trust by engaging in unscrupulous practices such as giving investors misleading or outright false information, exploiting inside trading, or even embezzling funds.

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Topics: Financing Lawsuits, Litigation Funding, Investment Fraud