Stock Broker Churning

In the world of stocks, bonds, and securities, the term churning is utilized as a distinct label for fraudulent activity or abuse of the stock market. Churning is the excessive buying and selling of securities. A broker or financial administrator must have full access and control of an account or portfolio to illegally maximize transactions for personal profit.

Have you or someone you know been the victim of Stock Broker Churning? If so, contact one of our securities fraud lawyers in your area today!

Churning is an investment scam using your hard-earned money by way of investments in the stock market to illegally profit from your account. A broker can increase his or her commission by excessively trading, buying, and selling stocks, bonds, and other securities. And thus take advantage of you or anyone who has invested in securities whose account he or she has a hold of.

There are many different ways a broker or investment firm can commit securities fraud, including:

  • Market Manipulation
  • Stock / Bond Manipulation
  • Insider Trading
  • Providing False Information
  • Lying to Auditors
  • Late-Trading Schemes
  • Unauthorized Trading
  • Breach of Fiduciary Duty
  • Broker Embezzlement

Have you or someone you know been the victim of Stock Broker Churning? If so, contact one of our securities fraud lawyers in your area today!

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Have you or someone you know been the victim of Stock Broker Churning? If so, contact one of our securities fraud lawyers in your area today!

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