Thank you for taking your eyes off that ticker screen on Bloomberg TV to read my post. If you can spare another 5 minutes to read “The Year of the Pig or the Year of the Speculation?” HERE, you’ll find that now is the best of times for financial advisers who churn products, and it is the worst of times for financial advisers who help their clients to stay the course and stick to their investment plan. My goodness…
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