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A message from Tracy Stoneman –
You’ve worked hard for your investment dollars and chose what appeared to be a dependable broker, brokerage firm, or perhaps, an online brokerage firm and you dove in with both feet, placing your trust and money hoping that they will serve your best interest! However, oftentimes what looks good at first glance may result in disastrous consequences. It begins with a loss of trust, as your portfolio didn’t produce what was promised or worse took a horrible nosedive. Then you find your trusted financail adviser has engaged in wrongdoing – neglience, fraud, unsuitability, unauthorized trading – or, heaven forbid, failed to follow your instructions. Fortunately for all investors, the securities industry is well-regulated, and you have a remedy if these acts of wrongdoing occurred. You should not waste time deciding what action to take. If you have reason to believe that you have been the victim of fraud or misrepresentation, you have the opportunity to seek justice. But, you must choose an aggressive and experienced securities arbitration lawyer – it is vital to recovering your investment losses. Tracy Stoneman of Stoneman law is a nationally recognized securities arbitration lawyer with years of experience and expertise, having recovered millions in restitution for her clients!

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As an attorney specializing in securities law I feel a responsibility to educate my clients regarding the securities industry. Within my website you will learn about brokerage fraud. negligence. securities fraud. unauthorized trading. churning. arbitration. and recovering losses. You can also read about various issues related to your brokerage accounts.
I also represent stockbrokers and investment advisors for such things as wrongful termination, U-4 U-5 violations , slander/libel , and contract/promissory disputes.
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Read Ms. Stoneman’s latest article published in the Fall 2016 issue of the PIABA Bar Journal and on Westlaw:

Is there a way for me to recover my losses?

Ms. Stoneman Offers This Advice For “Seniors” –

“keep your guard up and maintain a healthy dose of skepticism! ”

Why are seniors being targeted?

1. Seniors are most likely to have a “nest egg,” which makes them attractive to unscrupulous brokers or financial advisors.

2. Seniors are less likely to report a fraud because they don’t know who to report it to, or fear relatives will feel they are incapable of self-determination.
3. Older people tend to be more trusting than younger adults and thus, statistics show, vulnerable to fraud.

If you feel that you have an unscrupulous broker who is targeting you or other senior investors, contact Ms. Stoneman. She is knowledgeable of potentially abusive practices toward senior investors and is dedicacated to their protection.

Ms. Stoneman provides older investors non-judgemental support. Through her knowledge of the securities industry and her nationwide reputation of high-dollar restitution and arbitration awards, Ms. Stoneman will restore confidence and financial stability to the senior investor.

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RAYMOND JAMES CRIES UNCLE!!

Tracy represented an 86-year old Tyler, Texas man whose stockbroker at Raymond James moved him out of a fixed income portfolio into complex variable annuities which benefited the broker with hefty commissions but saddled Tracy’s client with illiquid equity risk. The broker also bought and sold annuities causing Tracy’s client to suffer huge surrender charges. Tracy won the arbitration, recovering over $1 million for her client, as well as pre-judgment interest, costs and $250,000 in attorneys’ fees. Raymond James unsuccessfully appealed the award and it stands today as one of the largest arbitration awards against the firm.

RAYMOND JAMES APPEALS!

“The broker moved the Tylers’ investment portfolio of $3.8 million from municipal bond investments into annuities, said Tracy Stoneman, a Westcliffe, Colorado and Dallas-based securities attorney who represents investors.”

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“The panel also found that Raymond James failed to provide adequate supervision to its broker, a branch manager in its Amarillo office.”

” FINRA Arbitration Panel Hits aymond James with $1.7 Million Penalty”

“Raymond James did nothing to inject themselves into whether what was going on was suitable, despite numerous red flags,” Stoneman said. Stoneman Law offices in Westcliffe, Colorado, Dallas, Texas with nationwide representation ability.

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Testimonials and Comments About The Tyler Case

“I think that you did a great job for the Tylers, and I believe you are one of the most organized and effective attorneys I have worked with.”

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” Heard you did a FANTASTIC job at the hearing!”

“Undoubtedly the finest arbitration attorney I’ve met to date!”

These materials have been prepared by Stoneman Law for informational purposes only and are not legal advice. This information is not intended to create and receipt or review of it does not constitute an attorney-client relationship. Note: Colorado does not certify attorneys as specialists in any field and Texas has no certification for Securities. In accordance with Rule 7.04(b) of the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct and Rule 7.2(e) of the Colorado Rules of Professional Conduct, Tracy Stoneman is the attorney responsible for the content of this web site.


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Understanding the Ranking

On the following pages, you’ll find Entrepreneur’s 38th annual Franchise 500 ranking. We always put together what we know to be the first, best, and most comprehensive franchise ranking in the world, but we also understand that being the best doesn’t mean we can’t be better. The franchise world is constantly evolving, and so are our rankings.

Our formula is based on the same factors as before: system size, growth, and financial strength and stability. But we’ve developed new ways to measure and analyze them. And we’ve continued to add factors that have become increasingly important in today’s economy—like, say, social media presence, which certainly wasn’t relevant 38 years ago. Here’s a breakdown:

The Five Pillars of the Franchise 500®

Some key factors that go into our evaluation.

COSTS & FEES

  • Franchise fee
  • Total investment
  • Royalty fees

SIZE & GROWTH

  • Open & operating units
  • Growth rate
  • Closures

SUPPORT

  • Training times
  • Marketing support
  • Operational support
  • Franchisor infrastructure
  • Financing availability
  • Litigation

BRAND STRENGTH

  • Social media presence
  • System size
  • Years in business
  • Years franchising

FINANCIAL STRENGTH & STABILITY

  • Franchisor’s audited financial statements

Pillars and factors are not listed in order of importance.

So how was the ranking put together? Beginning in July 2016, we asked franchisors to fill out our online form and submit a copy of their full current Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD) or Canadian Disclosure Document. A whopping 988 companies supplied all the required information, and their submissions were vetted by our editorial team before being entered for data analysis.

To be eligible for our ranking, a franchisor must have had a minimum of 10 units open and operating as of July 31, 2016, with at least one franchise located in either the U.S. or Canada. The company must also be seeking new franchisees in the U.S. or Canada. It could not be in Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings. Once eligible, each company was then scored based on more than 150 data points, and the 500 companies with the highest cumulative scores became the Franchise 500.

Please remember that the Franchise 500 is not intended to endorse, advertise, or recommend any particular franchise. It is solely a research tool you can use to compare franchise operations. Entrepreneur Media stresses that you should always conduct your own independent investigation before investing money in a franchise. Read the FDD and related materials carefully, get help from a franchise attorney and an accountant to review legal and financial documents, and talk to as many existing and former franchisees as possible and visit their outlets. The best way to protect yourself is to do your homework.


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Understanding Fixed Income Securities

The following frequently asked questions provide a brief introduction to fixed-income securities:

What are fixed-income securities?

A fixed-income security is a debt instrument issued by a government, corporation or other entity to finance and expand their operations.

Fixed-income securities provide investors a return in the form of fixed periodic payments and eventual return of principal at maturity. The purchase of a bond, treasury bill, Guaranteed Investment Certificate (GIC), mortgage, preferred share or any other fixed-income product represents a loan by the investor to the issuer.

Why invest in fixed-income securities?

Fixed-income securities can be an important part of a well-diversified portfolio. For many investors, particularly retirees, fixed-income investments are a secure, low-risk way to generate a steady flow of income. As long as they are held to maturity, fixed-income securities will provide a guaranteed return on your investment, with payments known in advance.

What are some examples of fixed-income securities?

The following is a list of some common fixed-income securities:

  • Bonds
    A bond is an obligation or loan made by an investor to an issuer (e.g. a government or a company). In turn, the issuer promises to repay the principal (or face value) of the bond on a fixed maturity date and to make regularly scheduled interest payments (usually every six months). The major issuers of bonds are governments and corporations.
  • Savings Bonds
    Savings bonds issued by the Canadian and various provincial governments are different from conventional bonds. Canada Savings Bonds (CSBs) typically pay a minimum guaranteed interest rate (there are also compound interest bonds available). A CSB carries no fees and is cashable at any time. The amount received for a CSB will never go below its face value if redeemed by the issuer, while the price received in the market for a conventional bond will depend on the level of interest rates at the time of sale. In addition, only residents of Canada (or of the province of issue) are eligible to purchase CSBs, and only up to a predetermined amount.
  • Guaranteed Investment Certificates (GICs)
    A GIC is a note issued by a trust company with a fixed yield and term. The Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation (CDIC) insures many GICs for interest and principal totaling up to $100,000. GICs are generally non-redeemable before the term is complete.
  • Treasury Bills
    Treasury bills (T-bills) are the safest type of short-term debt instrument issued by a federal government. Ideal for investors seeking a 1- to 12- month investment period, T-bills are highly liquid and very secure.
  • Banker s Acceptances
    Banker s Acceptances (BAs) are short-term promissory notes issued by a corporation, bearing the unconditional guarantee (acceptance) of a major Chartered Bank. BAs offer yields superior to T-bills, and a higher quality and liquidity than most commercial paper issues.
  • NHA Mortgage-Backed Securities (MBS)
    A National Housing Act (NHA) MBS is an investment that combines the features of residential mortgages and Canadian government bonds. MBS investors receive monthly income consisting of a blend of principal and interest payments from a pool of mortgages.
  • Strip Coupons and Residuals
    Strip coupons and residuals are instruments purchased at a discount that mature at par (100). They grow over time and while any interest income is not payable until maturity, a nominal amount of interest is accrued each year and must be claimed as income by the purchaser for tax purposes. For example, a Canada strip coupon maturing on March 15, 2006 with a yield of 5.31% would be priced at 77.07 to mature at 100. The difference between the purchase price and 100 is treated as interest income.
    Strip coupons generally offer higher yields and can also fluctuate more than the price of a bond of similar terms and credit quality. All of the aforementioned features make strip coupons a popular choice for tax-sheltered accounts such as Retirement Savings Plans (RRSPs) and Registered Retirement Income Funds (RRIFs).
  • Laddered Portfolio
    A laddered portfolio is comprised of several bonds, each of which has a successively longer term to maturity. Each position in the portfolio is usually the same size as the next, with intervals between maturity dates roughly equal. A laddered portfolio helps spread reinvestment risk over the long term, helping to average out the effects of overall interest rate changes.

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Essential Information

Asset management, more commonly known as investment management, involves the analysis, purchase, and supervision of financial portfolios with a goal of increasing the value of these holdings. These portfolios may include stocks, real estate, bonds, and other financial investment products and could be owned by private individuals or corporations. Concentrations in investment management are often available to students enrolled in broader finance or business programs at the bachelor’s, certificate, and master’s levels. Certificate programs are designed for bachelor’s degree holders who are looking to build on their existing knowledge by specializing in this field, and master’s degree programs are commonly designed for working professionals.

Bachelor’s programs will require students to be high school educated in order to enroll, with particular emphasis placed on mathematics, accounting, and computer coursework. Certificates will need a bachelor’s degree and prerequisite coursework in accounting, economics, and finance, along with a familiarity with computer spreadsheets. Master’s degrees typically need a bachelor’s degree, a personal essay, and letters of recommendation.

Bachelor’s Degree in Investment Management

This program enables students to succeed in all facets of investment management including analysis of financial statements, debt securities, equity securities, derivative instruments, portfolio management, and financial risk.

The investment management concentration is the basis for a career in this field. Sample courses include:

  • Financial engineering
  • Accounting decisions
  • Portfolio management
  • Business law and ethics
  • Investments

Certificate in Investment Management

Certificate courses may fulfill pre-MBA requirements. The program’s curriculum comprehensively covers basic aspects of financial theory and practice. With a concentration in investment management, the student selects elective courses. Such sample courses include:

  • Security analysis
  • Science of investing
  • Commodity futures trading
  • Investment portfolio management
  • Options and other financial derivatives

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Master’s Degree in Investment Management

Students may pursue a Master of Science in Investment or Master in Business Administration. The courses provide a well-rounded examination of the investment environment for the money manager. Contemporary theories and techniques for security selection and management are taught. Students acquire financial analysis skills using financial statements.

A master’s degree is generally geared to the working professional’s schedule. Students take courses that include:

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  • Derivative markets
  • Equity analysis
  • Risk management

Popular Careers

Graduates with a major in finance and a concentration in investment management can expect to find a career in financial departments of many fields. These fields include:

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  • Insurance companies
  • Government and public agencies

Students who obtain a certificate in finance with a concentration in investment management may follow various career paths. These career paths include:

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  • Security analysis
  • Banking
  • Real estate finance

Skills acquired in the Master in Investment Management open doors to several careers. Such careers include:

Employment Outlook and Salary Info

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) projected that job openings for financial analysts, including investment analysts, would grow by 12% from 2014-2024 (www.bls.gov ). These professionals earned a median annual salary of $80,310 as of May 2015, per the BLS.

Continuing Education

The investment manager may choose to pursue a Chartered Financial Analyst or CFA credential, which is supervised by the CFA Institute and often required by prospective employers. To obtain this credential, the candidate must have four years of qualified investment work experience, join the CFA Institute, adhere to the Code of Ethics and Standards of Professional Conduct, become a member of a local CFA society and finish the CFA program. The CFA program consists of three levels, each ending in a 6-hour exam. The program takes between 2-5 years, but the professional can take as long as he or she needs.

Asset management professionals can earn an education in the field through related bachelor’s and master’s degrees, as well as graduate certificates. In addition to preparing students for work in a number of jobs, these programs qualify them for professional certification.

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    Serve your organization and its members well by contacting our institutional investment fraud lawyers at 1-800-259-9010 for a confidential, no obligation consultation and analysis of your particular situation, along with our recommendations about potential recovery options available to you. Cases are handled on a contingency basis and fees will be deducted from the settlement, if any, based upon an agreed upon percentage of recovery. If no recovery is made, no attorney fee will be owed.

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    Because of the special nature of institutional sized cases, your organization is guaranteed that a partner or a team of partners and institutional investment fraud attorneys will be assigned to the handling of your case, in addition to our experienced paralegals and other staff members. The Partners Group at Shepherd Smith Edwards Kantas LTD, LLP, is the only securities law firm to entrust your organization s case to. Experience matters!


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    Trade Adjustment Assistance

    Information from the US Dept.of Labor (click each link below)

    Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) is available to workers who lose their jobs or whose hours of work and wages are reduced as a result of increased imports. Under the Trade Act of 1974, workers whose employment is adversely affected by increased imports may apply for TAA, which includes a variety of benefits and reemployment services to help unemployed workers prepare for and obtain suitable employment. Workers may be eligible for:

    Job Search Allowance

    Other Reemployment Services

    Additional weeks of unemployment insurance benefits following the exhaustion of regular benefits
    (Trade Readjustment Allowance, TRA)

    NOTE:Benefits and eligibility criteria for the Trade Adjustment Assistance change frequently. For latest information, visit the U.S. Department of Labor web site at www.doleta.gov/tradeact

    Establishing Group Eligibility for TAA – You must file a petition with the Office of Trade Adjustment Assistance to establish group eligibility to apply for TAA. Petitions many be filled by a group of three or more workers, their union, or an authorized representative. You can obtain forms from your nearest netWORKri Office.

    Qualifying for Trade Readjustment Allowance – to qualify for trade readjustment allowances you must:

    Be covered by certification

    Be laid off due to lack of work in adversely affected employment

    Be laid off from employment on or after the impact date and before the ending date of certification

    Have worked at least 26 weeks at wages of $30 or more a week in adversely affected employment with a single firm or subdivision in the 52 week period ending with the week of separation.

    Have been entitled to and have exhausted all rights to Unemployment Insurance (UI) Benefits

    Meet the same weekly work text applicable to claimants for extended unemployment insurance benefits, including actively seeking, applying for and accepting work within your capabilities

    Be enrolled in or have completed an approved training program, unless training requirement is waived by the designated state agency

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    Welcome to the website of The Estate Planning Council of Birmingham!

    The Estate Planning Council of Birmingham is a multi-disciplinary professional association organized to provide educational programs and networking opportunities for estate planning professionals in the community. Established in 1960, the Council s membership is currently comprised of more than 200 attorneys, accountants, bank trust officers, life insurance professionals, and financial planners. Others who work in the field of estate planning participate as associate members.

    If you are seeking guidance regarding your estate planning, please use our membership list to assemble a team of professionals who are dedicated to their estate planning practice.

    Meetings: 1st Thursday of each month

    September through May

    The Harbert Center

    2019 4th Avenue North

    Guests are welcome!

    Continuing Education Credit: Up to 12 hours a year if all meetings are attended.

    Membership application on left side of this page (Document Library).

    Initiation Fee: $100.00

    Annual Dues: $275.00

    UPCOMING EVENTS

    September 7, 2017

    TOPIC: The Generous Business: How Families Use their Business as an Engine of Generosity

    Michael King – National Christian Foundation

    TOPIC: Advising Clients through the Toughest Times of Life

    Amy Florian – Corgenius


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    Press Releases / News

    Mercer Adds Sixth RIA in 13 Months, Nears $10B Mark, February 14, 2017
    Mercer Advisors Continues Its National Expansion, Acquires Pegasus Advisors, Press Release, November 2, 2016
    Mercer Advisors and Kanaly Trust Merge to Create One of the Largest Independent Wealth Managers in the United States, Press Release, March 28, 2016
    Mercer Advisors Expands Footprint, Acquires Spruce Hill Capital, Press Release, November 12, 2015
    Mercer Advisors Names Loren Pierson as Firm President, Press Release, July 21, 2015
    Mercer Advisors Announces New Chief Investment Officer, Press Release, July 21, 2015
    Mercer Advisors Surpasses $6 Billion in Client Assets Under Management, Press Release, June 15, 2015
    Mercer Advisors Launches Groundbreaking Client Appreciation Initiative, Press Release, June 1, 2015

    Rankings

    Wealth Management

    Top 100 RIAs – #15, November 10, 2015

    Top 100 Wealth Managers – #19, May 1, 2015

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