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Brokerage Customers of Caldwell International Securities Corp. Should Contact Us

On October 17, 2016, FINRA, which regulates stock brokers and brokerage firms, announced that it fined Alex Etter and Caldwell International Securities Corp. in New Jersey, for charges that they engaged in risky speculative trading to generate commissions.   FINRA charged Caldwell with generating more than $1 million in “shady commissions,” and lacking a reasonable supervisory … The post Brokerage Customers of Caldwell International Securities Corp.
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