Disclosures

Important Disclosures:
Altitude Capital Group (The “Firm”) is a FINRA registered Broker Dealer selling General Securities and Private Placements of Securities. The information provided on this website is not intended to be used to purchase, sell, or solicit the sale of any securities. Any investor looking to invest in any security should read the accompanying documents related to the particular investment being offered by the Firm and consult with their accountant, attorney, Financial Advisor, or other qualified persons prior to making any investments. Additionally, Private Placement Securities are not FDIC insured nor protected by any other federal government agency, and are subject to investment risks, including possible loss of the principal amount invested.

General Risk Disclosure Statement:
Before engaging in any investment activities, it is crucial to give careful consideration to ensure that your investments align with your investment objectives and financial circumstances. Investments in equities, private placements, and trading by way of margin involve inherent risks. It is recommended that you thoroughly understand these risks before making any investment decisions. The following disclosures highlight various risks associated with these investment activities:

Margin Financing:
Margin trading introduces the risk of losses surpassing the initially invested amount. This strategy involves borrowing funds for securities investments and exposes investors to heightened risks. Understanding the intricacies of margin trading, including associated terms and conditions, is crucial. It involves the risk of both substantial losses and additional fund requirements to cover losses and maintain positions.

Loss of Margin and Other Amounts:
Investing on margin introduces the risk of losses surpassing the initially invested amount. In cases where the market moves unfavorably, investors may be obligated to deposit supplementary funds to cover losses and uphold their positions. This potential loss exposure underscores the need for a comprehensive grasp of the implications of margin trading.
Liquidation May Not Be Possible:
In times of market volatility, liquidating positions may prove challenging, potentially resulting in substantial losses. Market conditions can impede the prompt execution of buy or sell orders, exacerbating the difficulty of managing investments effectively during adverse market circumstances. Investors should be aware that rapid market movements may affect the availability of buyers or sellers.

Limit Orders May Not Limit Losses:
Placing limit orders does not guarantee protection against losses, as market conditions may lead to executions at unfavorable prices. During periods of rapid price fluctuations, the execution of limit orders may not be feasible at the specified price, potentially exposing investors to unanticipated losses.
Warrants:
Warrants carry inherent risks, including the potential loss of the entire investment. These financial instruments often derive their value from the performance of an underlying security, and their market price can be influenced by various factors, including market conditions and issuer-specific events.

General Securities, Structured Investments, and Trading Assets Risks:
Investing in securities, structured products, and trading assets involves risks, and their value can fluctuate based on market conditions, economic factors, and issuer-specific developments. Investors should be cognizant of the potential for losses and carefully assess the risk factors associated with each investment.
Issuer or Counter-Party Risks:
The financial health and stability of issuers or counterparties can impact the value of investments. Adverse developments affecting these entities may lead to a decline in the value of related securities or financial instruments, potentially resulting in losses for investors.

Alternative Investment Risks:
Alternative investments carry a high degree of risk and may lead to a total loss of investment. These investments are speculative in nature and generally lack liquidity, making them not suitable for all investors. It is important for investors to carefully consider their financial position, risk tolerance, and financial objectives before engaging in any alternative investment strategies.

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