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Misrepresentation or omissions are forms of securities fraud or stock broker fraud that basically mean that a stock broker lied, either by distorting the facts or by not disclosing them to the client. Broker misrepresentation or omission may involve a broker failing to disclose the risk associated with a specific trade, claiming to know what a stock is going to do, claiming they have inside information from the company, or failing to disclose all fees and charges to the client.

A broker has a duty to deal honestly with investors and to fairly disclose all of the risks associated with an investment. If a broker misrepresents facts or fails to disclose facts involving an investment to the investor, and the clients loses money as a result, the broker is liable to the client. Even a prediction or opinion put forth by the broker may be treated as misrepresentation if it has no reasonable basis.

Free Consultation, No Recovery No FeeIf you have lost money as a result of broker misrepresentation or omission, you may have a claim worth pursuing.

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