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 if you win a judgment or award.
Listen to our Founding Partner, Chris Vernon discuss the Question of Collectability :
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Please contact us to discuss your rights if you believe a Registered Investment Advisor has failed to act in your best interests or otherwise abused your trust. You can reach us at (239) 319-4434 or email Brooke Sandoval-Banker at firstname.lastname@example.org.