What is a failure to execute trades?
Usually a broker and a client will talk about the different types of investment strategies that are available to the client. Based on the clients goals, a broker will usually make a recommendation as to what type of investments are appropriate. Most of the time, a broker and a client will agree on what investments will be made. However, sometimes, a broker will refuse to plan an order that the client demands. When the client still expects the broker to place an order, and the broker does not place an order (so long as the order is liquidating a position), then the client may be able to sue for failure to execute a trade.
Additional Civil Stock Broker Fraud FAQs
- What Is Securities Fraud?
- How can I tell if I`ve been a victim of a stock fraud?
- What is an unsuitable recommendation?
- What is securities arbitration?
- What Is Overconcentration?
- What Is Churning?
- Do I need to hire an attorney to sue my stock broker?
- What Government Agencies Can I File A Complaint With?
- What Is A Misrepresentation or Omission?
- What Is A Breach Of Fiduciary Duty?
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