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This is a step-by-step guide for an individual investor to recover investment losses caused by a stockbroker. If you are the victim of misrepresentations, fraud, excessive trading or unsuitable advice this book can help you get your money back, quickly, cheaply and without a lawyer.
The authors take you into the arbitration process. They show you exactly what to do, why to do it and when to do it. You can picture yourself in the arbitration in the process actually telling your story. They tell you what to expect from your opponents, why they're doing it and what to do about it. They have taken all of the mystery out of the arbitration process and created a easy to undestand, common-sense, do it yourself guide to recovering investment losses.
This book is the ultimate investor survival guide. It will change Wall Street forever. It It is the very last book a stockbroker would want a client to read. Think of this book as a battle plan, your plan of attack to get your money back from your broker...quickly and cheaply.
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It would be hard to imagine a book covering this subject better than this one does. The easy to read writing style and format of the book are perfectly matched to its intended audience of average investors. But beyond being just a book, this is a complete kit which contains copies of all the forms necessary for an investor to follow through with the process of getting their money back through arbitration. The sample letters alone are worth the entire price. If enough investors buy this book, many brokers will have to change the way they do business.From the Author:
One night over dinner we were swapping broker horror stories. But in discussing the victims of bad brokers we realized that for many of them there was no practical way to get their money back and so the brokers got away with it. Complaints to the SEC and the NASD usually result in a suggest to go to arbitration to try to get the money back. But we realized that most of the victims were not in a position to do anything to get their money back because it would cost too much to hire a lawyer when considering the amount of money involved and the risk of losing in the arbitration process.
But it was our opinion that average investors armed with the right information and strategies could very well handle the arbitration process by themselves and stand to get their money back. So the idea of this book was born.
Perhaps what we are proudest of is achieving our goal of putting the entire process into a light, easy to read and even (sometimes) humorous form. Lawyers and nonlawyers, arbitrators and investors who have the book enthusiastically agree we reached that goal.
James Punderson & Charles O'Rourke
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