FINRA barred an advisor for allegedly churning client accounts, earning himself $57,000 and costing two former clients $37,000.
Ex-advisor Rasheed "Richard" Adams did not admit or deny the charges, but consented to FINRA's findings, the self-regulatory organization said. He could not be reached for comment.
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