The fact that I am the author of this post is not meant to imply that I am unversed in the world of finance. I have earned degrees in Finance, Accounting, and Economics. But a few days ago, I was sent an email from a person named John Linton. He was writing a very long article about what I am going to write about today. I started to read it and realized that it was a really long article about many things and many things involved.
There is a good chance that by the time I finish reading this post, you will be reading John’s article on your own. I suspect that it won’t be long before you find yourself saying out loud (or in your head): “That’s a really long essay… I should probably read it.
The email contains a link to a forum (www.forums.worldfunds.org) where John asked people in finance to help him figure out how to sue world fund investors who have been defrauded by the IMF. If you ever wanted to know how to do that, this is the place to go. In the email, John explains what he is going to say and how it will be worded, then goes on to fill in the blanks.
There are a lot of people on this planet who are interested in getting rich quick. There are a lot of places that want to make you rich quick. The problem is that there are a lot of places that want to make you rich quick but are bad at it. One of the worst offenders is the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA). Because investors are not aware of the rules in place, there are often loopholes in those rules that allow them to get their money back.