Stockbroker fraud or investment fraud occurs when an adviser, stock broker or brokerage firm offers inaccurate, incomplete, or biased information with the intention of benefiting themselves, and not you, the investor. And, it doesn’t matter the size the deal. Stock fraud can range from multi-million dollar deals to penny stocks. Stock fraud can include anything from misrepresenting or failure to disclose important facts to using high-pressure tactics to get an investor into bad deals. While establishing fraud can sometimes be complex, the primary element is that the investors interests are secondary to the financial gain if the broker. If you suspect that you have been a victim of stock fraud, contact an experienced stock fraud attorney to discuss your case and the options available to you. You may be eligible to file an individual lawsuit or become part of a class action claim.