June 1, 2016

Charles Bernard Lynch Jr. & Charles Henry Frieda

Investor Alert: Brokers Bernard Lynch Jr. and Charles Henry Frieda Thomas Law Group is currently filing customer complaints regarding brokers Charles Bernard Lynch Jr. (CRD #3004877), and Charles Henry Frieda (CRD #5502319). Investors have advised us that Mr. Lynch and Mr. Frieda’s recommendations caused them tremendous losses of money as […]
April 4, 2016

Have You Lost Money on Energy Investments?

The investors who put their faith into advisers recommending the purchase of various oil and gas companies are now finding themselves in a financial slump. Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) is seeing the surge of claims filed by investors who have lost their life savings in unsuitable oil and gas […]
February 2, 2016

How Low Can Oil Go?

First, oil prices have been going down since the summer of 2015 due to reduced global demand as well as oversupply; then the concerns over the Chinese economic slowdown shook markets all over the world. Since that time oil prices have been steadily falling. According to U.S. Bank Wealth Management […]
November 12, 2015

More Regulations For Big Banks or Wall Street tax?

Despite the fact that Republicans were critical of the the Dodd-Frank Act during the Tuesdays’ GOP debate, it does not mean big banks can sigh with relief. On the contrary, Republican candidates believe that the law is too friendly toward the big banks and instead it should focus on protecting […]
October 21, 2015

More regulations for trading ETFs?

Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) are going to be “looked into” due to the recent market sell off. Security and Exchange Commission will closely examine rules and regulations affecting the ETFs. “We’re going to have tons of data to look at; data about the ETFs, data about the performance of Rule […]
October 7, 2015

Although global growth estimate is cut, U.S. economy pegged at slow but steady grow.

Despite the market woes and persistent fears over the Chinese yuan affecting global markets, many analysts still expect the U.S. economy to expand at a slow but steady 2.5% annual rate. Consumers are increasing their spending and the unemployment is at its lowest since 2008. According to Wall Street Journal, […]