Investments glossary

Unsuitable Investment (Unsuitability)

An unsuitable investment is when an investment— such as a stock or bond—does not meet the objectives and means of an investor. The investment strategy may also be unsuitable. For example, the portfolio asset mix could be wrong, or the investments purchased may be too aggressive or low-risk for what the client needs or wants.

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