Mutual funds have dramatically gained in popularity since the 1970s. Mutual funds are professionally managed collective investments that pool the money of several investors. Instead of directly owning a stock, bond, or other security, investors in mutual funds buy ownership in a trust or company that then invests the pooled funds consistent with the fund’s stated investment objectives. Mutual funds are regulated by the SEC under the Investment Company Act of 1940. There are thousands of mutual funds in the U.S., holding trillions of dollars in assets. Mutual funds present a wide range of investment objectives, management styles, and fee structures.
The investment and securities fraud attorneys at Moulton & Arney, LLP have extensive experience representing individual investors in securities arbitration and litigation. Cindy Moulton and Lance Arney have successfully represented thousands of clients in securities and investment fraud cases, with combined claims of hundreds of millions of dollars.
If you have suffered investment loss in Mutual Funds, you may be entitled to recover all or part of your investment. To find out more about your potential claims against your broker/financial advisor, investment firm, or securities firm, please contact an experienced investment fraud attorney.