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SOURCE David Meyer
Attorney David Meyer - founder of the investment fraud and class action law firm of Meyer Wilson - discusses how individual investors can protect themselves against investment misconduct in his latest article.
COLUMBUS, Ohio, April 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Today's investment landscape has become an increasingly complicated and volatile environment. As a result, individual investors need to protect themselves against opaque and misleading practices used by brokers and financial planners. Having encountered these practices and the financial losses that can result first-hand, nationally recognized investor fraud attorney David Meyer encourages individual investors to be more vigilant.
In his latest investment protection article – How Individual Investors Can Guard against Excessive Fees and Self-Serving Brokers –Attorney Meyer offers insightful advice to investors on ways to protect their money against misleading investment industry sales practices, including revenue sharing and 401(k) fees. Meyer also discusses the fiduciary standard and some brokers who put their own financial benefit ahead of their clients' interests. As objective advice can be difficult to come by in the industry, Meyer provides a list of helpful steps investors can take to protect their hard-earned savings.
Meyer's article highlights the benefits of proactive education and counseling investors need to prevent fraud and shield them from financial losses caused by investment misconduct. You can read the entire article on Meyer Wilson's website.
Investment Fraud Attorney David Meyer has dedicated his legal career to protecting the rights of clients who have suffered financial losses as the result of investment misconduct. As the founding principal of the nationwide securities fraud and class action law firm of Meyer Wilson, Attorney Meyer has represented nearly 1,000 investors from across the country. His experience has allowed him to recover millions of dollars on behalf of clients and to provide credible advice regarding common investment fraud practices.
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