From the Stockbroker Fraud Blawg
The New York Times published an informative article by Tara Siegel Bernard on December 16, 2008 that discusses a lot of the basics of mutual funds.
This is a great article for anyone who is unfamiliar with mutual funds, but who has or is considering incorporating mutual funds into their investment portfolio.
Too often, investors are misled as to key features of the investments they are sold. Having a fundamental understanding of how different investments work serves two important benefits: (1) it allows an investor to better understand and communicate with their stockbroker or financial advisor; and (2) it provides the investor with a better means by which to interpret their periodic statements and other documentation so they can monitor their accounts.
The Kueser Law Firm represents investors that have been the victims of securities fraud, investment fraud, as well as other forms of stockbroker and financial adviser misconduct. In addition, the firm represents consumers that have been defrauded. If you would like to contact the firm for a free consultation, please call 816.374.5865 or visit our website, www.jmkesquire.com, for more information.