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Overconcentration: Is Your Portfolio Diversified?

One of the most important rules of investing is diversification among asset classes and market sectors. If a broker concentrates your portfolio in any individual investment, or type of investment, then the risk of losses with that portfolio may be dramatically increased.

The old adage applies: Do not place all of your "investment" eggs in one basket.

Holding Brokers Accountable For Misconduct

A financial adviser who does not diversify his or her client's portfolio can be held liable if that portfolio declines in value. If you were the victim of broker misconduct, it's important to know that it's not your fault.

Working with an experienced team of lawyers can protect your rights and keep your investments on track. The attorneys of Mihalek Law have more than 50 years of combined experience protecting the rights of investors in claims against their stockbrokers, financial advisers and the firms that employ them. We represent clients in Lexington and throughout Kentucky, helping them fight back against the securities industry.

Contact Us If You Are Concerned That Your Broker Is Not Practicing Adequate Diversification

Learn more about the counsel our attorneys provide and whether you have a viable claim by scheduling a free initial consultation. We can be reached through our contact form or by calling 800-783-1413.