Seniors, baby boomers, and those who are recently divorced are not the only targets of scam artists and reckless stockbrokers. Beneficiaries of an estate inheritance are also at risk. Let Investor’s Watchdog help protect the legacy that your loved one planned for you to have.

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Senior citizens are the favorite targets of scam artists and reckless stockbrokers. Why? Depression-era bank robber Willie Sutton said it best. A judge asked Sutton, “Mr. Sutton, why do you rob banks?” Sutton replied, “Because, your honor, that’s where the money is.”

Learn more about seniors at risk


The Baby Boomer generation is approaching retirement and searching for people to help them shepherd the assets they have accumulated through decades of labor. Unfortunately, thousands of them will choose brokers who have at least one incident of alleged customer abuse in their background.

Read more about baby boomers under fire

Recently Divorced

In the case of a spouse who was not the primary breadwinner, investment objectives and risk tolerance are often radically different following a divorce. By staying with the same broker, the spouse is running the risk that the broker may continue to take the same risk with the new account as he or she did with the marital account.

Find out why your investment risk tolerance should change if you are recently divorced


Hedge Fund: Friend or Foe?

Find out why you need an independent review
of a hedge fund or other
non-registered investment.
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