Business / Taxes / Suitability Rules: Self regulatory organizations (SROs), such as NASD, securities exchanges, and individual brokerage firms require that stockbrokers ensure that the investments they buy for you are suitable for you. This means, for example, that the investments are appropriate for your age, financial situation, investment objectives, and tolerance for risk. Brokerage firms require investors opening accounts to provide enough information about their financial picture to enable the broker to know what investments would be suitable.
Business / Finance / Securities And Exchange Commission Rules: Rules enacted by the SEC to assist in the regulation of U.S. financial markets. MORE
Entertainment / Golf / Rules Of Golf: Regulations and procedures of the game as set forth by a collaborative effort of the royal and ancient golf club of st. Andrews in scotland and the united states golf association (for specific rules s MORE