Stoltmann Law Offices is investigating Catalyst Hedged Futures Strategy Fund (HFXIX). As reported by the Wall Street Journal, the Fund reported losses of over $600 million or 15% in one week. The price of the Fund fell from $12 per share to $9 per share. The Fund, which is supposed to be low-risk, invests in long and short call and put options on Standard & Poors’ 500 index futures contracts. The Fund may be more high-risk than once thought. If your broker recommended or sold Catalyst Hedged Futures Strategy Fund to you, and you have suffered losses, you may be able to recover some of those losses on a contingency fee basis. Your brokerage firm may be responsible for your losses because it has an ironclad obligation to supervise its brokers to make sure they only recommend suitable investments for clients. They do this by taking into account the clients’ net worth, age, investment sophistication and strategy. Please call our Chicago-based law firm today for a free consultation with one of our attorneys at 312-332-4200. We take cases on a contingency fee basis only, so we only get paid if you make money.
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