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Valuable secrets every investor should know to protect his or her assets. The public has been bombarded with the many benefits of investing, yet only a fraction of investors understand how brokerage firms bend and even break the rules. Even fewer realize they have been defrauded and take action. Tracy Pride Stoneman, an arbitration lawyer, and Douglas J. Schulz, a former broker, have written the book that every investor should read. Despite being the most regulated industry in the country, the securities business consistently bends and breaks the rules. The authors reveal what those ""buy,"" ""sell,"" and ""hold"" recommendations really mean, the widespread conflicts of interest, and the most common abuses among brokerage firms. Stoneman and Shulz also discribe what investors can do to recoup any losses.
From Library Journal Stoneman, an attorney who specializes in securities cases, and Schulz, a former broker turned securities fraud consultant, have produced a guide to fraud in the securities industry for the individual investor. They describe the common types of misconduct, how to detect fraud, the actions to take, the role of regulatory bodies, and how arbitration works. Though the book includes two chapters on online trading and concludes with several chapters on choosing investments and financial advisers, it focuses on dealing with brokerage fraud; the authors even provide their phone numbers and web sites for prospective clients. The writing style is straightforward and somewhat informal, but a lot of technical information is provided. Because of its up-to-date coverage and moderate price, this book is recommended for all public libraries, even those with small investment collections. It is also appropriate as an introductory or supplemental offering in academic libraries supporting finance collections. Lawrence R. Maxted, Gannon Univ., Erie, PA Copyright 2001 Reed Business Information, Inc.
Review "...you might do a favor for any friends who still use a stockbroker by giving them Brokerage Fraud" -BusinessWeek, February 11,2002 The authors have taken the rules and regulations of the brokerage industry and put them in laymenâ€™s terms. -- Professor William C. Tyson, The Wharton School & The Law School of the University of Pennsylvania This book can save you thousands of dollars and loads of headaches! -- Jordan E. Goodman, author of Everyone's Money Book This book is a timely wake up call to the brokerage industry to clean up its ways. -- George D. Mullen, Vice President UBS PaineWebber Tracy Stoneman and Douglas Schulz certainly know what Wall Street brokerage firms wish you didn't. - Evan Cooper, Editor-in-Chief, On Wall Street, Co-Author,
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