Category: Investments

Groupthink; Bad for Investments? |Vernon Litigation Group

For this weeks video series, Founding Partner, Chris Vernon speaks about Groupthink and how it may lead the the derailment of your investment strategy and in turn, your overall investment success. ¹Groupthink is a phenomenon that occurs when a group of individuals reaches a consensus without critical reasoning or evaluation of the consequences or alternatives. “It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought […]

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The Question of Collectability | Vernon Litigation Group

In Part II of our ‘Due Diligence on Investing” we spoke about last week, we want to further add that when investing in private investments, small businesses or anything not traded on the New York Stock Exchange, make sure you do your  due diligence on collectability. If your investment takes an unfortunate turn and plummets, you want to make sure that the company is substantial, profitable and able to pay you […]

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Due Diligence on Investing | Vernon Litigation Group

When thinking about investing in stocks or ETF’s, the very first thing you should do is DUE DILIGENCE. Follow the stocks, research the company’s profitability, research and follow the health of the economy and make sure you can afford to invest without the fear of losing money. Vernon Litigation Group is a law firm that represents clients in courtroom litigation, arbitration, including FINRA arbitration and mediation throughout the United States. […]

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Today we visit…1998! Throwback Thursday! | Vernon Litigation Group

In a special episode of Vernon Litigation Group’s video series, we are throwing it back to our Founding Partner, Chris Vernon’s interview with a local tv station in Naples, Florida in 1998! The show highlighted Ponzi Schemes, how to protect senior citizens, and touches on due diligence for future investment opportunities. As we gift you this vintage treasure, we are also showing you proof that we have been fighting for […]

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