Many investors enter into a relationship with their brokers with little or no knowledge about their background, such as time in the business, expertise or ability to manage money. Investors also are often in the dark when it comes to particulars …
A stock broker living in Hackensack was arrested Monday by the Bergen County Prosecutor's Office after he was allegedly found to be selling various types of drugs, officials said. Joshua Simmons, 30, was investigated by the …
If we want to do so, we have to get in touch with someone who is a member of the stock exchange. Which means we need to talk to a stockbroker. Stockbrokers buy and sell shares for themselves to make a profit. They also buy and sell …
A South Korean stock broker jumped to his death from an apartment building after suffering massive losses in the global financial panic, police said. South Korean investigators said Wednesday that the 48-year-old man, identified only by his …
Is it possible to find out if a stock broker was paid by a company to promote their stock at a particular time in the market? My broker seldom (if ever) has recommended a particular stock investment to me and yet, about 2½ years ago, he did …
You probably have at least a minimal expectation that financial regulators in Washington are looking out for you. And you'd be wrong — and a lot poorer in retirement as a result of that misplaced trust. While the fight continues to enact clearly …
Online stock broker firms have made the world of investing accessible to anyone with a relatively small amount of money, a computer, and an Internet connection. These firms open accounts in the client’s name and buy and sell on their …
The managing clerk of a prominent New York law firm and a Wall Street stock broker from Colts Neck were arrested …
WHEN an employee buys stock as part of a company plan these days, he is likely to get something else -- a new stockbroker. As more and more companies offer stock plans to their workers, Wall Street firms are vying for a piece of …
I fondly remember the good ol’ days of 1999, when every stock with a ticker symbol seemed to be going up. Then, of course, they all came back to earth. The great gold rush to move online also resulted in complete commoditization of …