Definition of Securities
“Securities” is a broad term that covers many types of investments including, but not limited to stocks, bonds, preferred stocks, debentures, variable annuities, stock options, mutual funds, closed end funds, REITs, structured products, warrants, convertibles, or derivatives. The definition of security varies from state-to-state based upon each state’s respective state securities act. If you have been a victim of any action that violates federal or state securities laws, industry standards, or an investment professional’s common law duties, you have valuable legal rights.
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