Have you suffered losses investing in a Highbridge Quantitative Commodities Fund? If so, the securities attorneys of The White Law Group may be able to help.
According to reports, two of the Highbridge Quantitative Commodities Funds (Class B and Class A) lost more than 14% in 2013. This is during a time when the S&P was up over 30%.
Another Highbridge Fund, the Highbridge Dynamic Commodities Strategy Fund, recently announced that it will be liquidating.
According to the Highbridge Quantitative Commodities Fund Regulation D (Notice of Exempt Offering of Securities), JP Morgan Securities was listed as the associated broker-dealer.
Brokerage firms are required to perform adequate due diligence on any investments they recommend, as well as to ensure that all recommendations made are suitable in light of the client’s age, investment experience, net worth, income, and investment objectives. To the extent that a brokerage firm fails to perform adequate due diligence or recommends an investment unsuitably, they can be held responsible for any resulting losses.
The White Law Group is investigating the liability that brokerage firms may have for recommending the Highbridge Quantitative Commodities Funds. Hedge funds, like the Highbridge Quantitative Commodities Funds, are extremely complex and risky investments that are only suitable for sophisticated and high net worth investors.
If you invested in a Highbridge Quantitative Commodities Fund investment and would like to discuss your litigation options, please call The White Law Group at 312/238-9650 for a free consultation.
The White Law Group, LLC is a national securities fraud, securities arbitration, investor protection, and securities regulation/compliance law firm with offices in Chicago, Illinois and Franklin, Tennessee.
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