Alicia Jones, CFA, believes that a recent technological breakthrough made by Green Technologies will boost its earnings in the future. She calls some of her clients who she thinks should add the stock to their portfolios and encourages them to invest a certain percentage of their equity portfolios in the company’s stock. Jones is most likely in violation of:
Neither of the above.
Jones did not violate any standard, as she genuinely believed that the investment may offer good returns, and she only called those clients whom she thought the investment was suitable for.