Stock Market Loss Attorney

A few years ago, we had a lot of cases involving an investment disguised and regulated as an insurance product: the “equity indexed annuity,” or EIA. We don’t hear much these days about equity indexed annuities. Why? Because the product was so justly maligned that the insurance industry decided to re-brand it to make it

Wall Street has a penchant for taking relatively simple products and molding them into complex portfolio killers. Witness the mutation of exchange traded funds or ETFs. Their scary offspring?  Little monsters known as leveraged and inverse ETFs. In their simple form, ETFs are usually registered investment companies whose shares represent an interest in a portfolio of securities that track an underlying