Last Friday, senior columnist Bruce Kelly reported on Meyers Associates, a firm that stands out for all the wrong reasons. InvestmentNews reviewed Finra records of 75 Meyers Associates brokers, and found that the percentage of registered representatives with a disclosure event is an astounding five times the industry average. Below is a selection of figures from their BrokerCheck reports.
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