Stockbroker FraudMy Broker Took Too Long to Sell! Failure to Execute Investment Losses Lawsuit

If you suffered investment losses because it took too long for your stockbroker to act on your orders to sell (failure to execute), please contact one of our securities attorneys to discuss your rights. Complete the form on this page or call 1-800-934-2921.
April 20, 2020

Brokerage firms are obligated to execute customer securities orders in a timely manner and must obtain the best possible execution for the firm’s clients. Regardless of market volatility, customer orders should be entered as quickly as possible by the firm’s representatives. Customer orders should be executed on the same trading day that the order was given. Brokerage firms do not have the authority to refuse orders to buy or sell securities. The effects of the Coronavirus pandemic has led to an increase in investors approaching us with investment losses from their brokers failing to execute.

If you suffered investment losses because it took too long for your stockbroker to act on your orders to sell (failure to execute), please contact one of our securities attorneys to discuss your rights. Complete the form on this page or call 1-800-934-2921.

 

During the recent market volatility associated with the global Covid-19 pandemic, our firm has been retained on an alarming number of cases to represent retirees whose orders to liquidate and/or sell their investments were not executed for days, weeks, and even as long as a month. These investors received less than if the orders had been liquidated on the day the order was given. As a result, our firm has been hired to bring FINRA arbitration claims based upon failure to execute, negligence, breach of fiduciary duty, breach of contract, and supervisory failures by the brokerage firm.

Suffered Investment Losses due to your Broker failing to execute?

If you suffered investment losses because it took too long for your stockbroker to act on your orders to sell (failure to execute), please contact one of our securities attorneys to discuss your rights. Complete the form on this page or call 1-800-934-2921.