Category: protecting investors

Structured Notes Issued by Deutsche Bank are Actually Unsecured Loans to a Troubled Foreign Institution

Jan 30, 2019 / protecting investors

Here is yet another recent article chronicling the massive problems at Deutsche Bank. Sadly, the Deutsche Bank story appears to be the ‘all too common’ story of possible investigations of unethical and possibly illegal practices by a large financial institution. Massive Repayment Risk to Retail Investors While we have concerns for the world economy should Deutsche Bank’s fortunes continue in the wrong direction, our current focus is on the massive […]

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Why the Collapse of Option Sellers is Troubling and Tragic but Unsurprising

The business run by James Cordier and his colleagues (Option Sellers) was full of red flags from our perspective as Investor Rights Attorneys: Investing in energy options within self-directed IRAs; purportedly “conservative” strategies with high returns that involved leveraged energy option investing; a sales pitch that required high minimums to invest, along with a theme that investing with Option Sellers would make you “one of the elite”; and accounts apparently […]

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Self Directed IRAs | Huge Red Flags That You Should Look For

Nov 21, 2018 / protecting investors

In our ongoing weekly video series, Chris Vernon explains why when someone asks you to invest in something but it requires you to open a self-directed IRA, it should starting ringing some warning bells. Whenever you are dealing with an IRA you are dealing with your retirement savings and that means these are funds that you do not want to put at risk. Find out more here:   For a […]

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