Perplexing pricing, tricky terms and credit risk are just some of the bogeymen trotted out to arouse suspicion of structured products. Convincing investors that they will be unable to offload their notes before maturity is another stock horror tale, but the reality is different, according to Tom Balcom of 1650 Wealth Management in Florida.
"[Illiquidity] is something people who don't use structured investments use as a reason to avoid them. We've never had any problems putting notes back to an i
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