Were you Sold LJMIX By John Pronovost?

John pronovost cambridge investment research incEarlier this year, the LJM Preservation and Growth Fund (LJMIX) lost nearly 80 percent of its value in a single week. This enormous loss happened despite the fact that one of the investment fund’s stated objectives was “capital preservation”.

A lawsuit has been filed against the fund, alleging that material misrepresentations were made to investors.

All registered securities brokers have a professional obligation to ensure that they are only selling their customer’s financial products that are truly suitable for their individual circumstances.

In the case of LJMIX, serious questions have been raised regarding brokers who recommended this fund to investors.

John Pronovost (CRD#: 1990612) is a registered broker who is currently employed at Cambridge Investment Research, Inc., and has been since 2008. Mr. Pronovost has three total disclosures on his FINRA Brokercheck report. All information cited in this article comes directly from FINRA’s records.

FINRA Disclosures: John Pronovost

There are currently two pending investor complaints against John Pronovost of Cambridge Investment Research. Both of these complaints involve allegations that this broker sold customers mutual funds that were unsuitable:

As of May of 2018, both of these investor complaints have not yet been resolved.

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