- Feb 8, 2019
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The brokerage I used to trade with for a little while has now offered some new programs to consider. One of them deals with the pool of investments baskets with various proportion of conservative and alternative assets. The company assures they've worked hard on forming these baskets and some company named Deloitte is responsible for verifying these investments and monthly returns on them. I know Trade.com as a licensed brokerage, but have no idea whether Deloitte auditor can be held responsible is something goes wrong with these investments. What exactly do you think there role is in this relationship between brokerage and a retail investor? Thank you for your opinions!