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Some Thoughts on Investing
Ken Fisher and the Art of Fear Marketing Employing fear marketing, Ken Fisher HATES annuities as much as Oprah LOVES bread. In fact, according to his current television commercial (click here to view it on YouTube), Fisher would rather "die and go to Hell before [he]...
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Wealth Blog – Investment Advice
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