Continued Market Chaos May Lead to Innumerable Investor Claims


Recently, we’ve all seen an uptick in market volatility in relation to the coronavirus pandemic. In general, everyone is concerned about what the pandemic means for them personally and financially. But investors, in particular, are appropriately concerned about what it all means for their portfolios. Were investors advised appropriately? Were their portfolios diversified enough? New York attorney Jacob Zamansky notes that, beyond the coronavirus, broker misconduct may ultimately be to blame for recent market losses.

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