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Ken Fisher and the Art of Fear MarketingEmploying 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...
Choosing a Financial Advisor Below are five important considerations when choosing a financial advisor for your investment portfolios and financial future. Promises What is the advisor promising? If an advisor promises you anything more than that they will...
Why and When Robo-advisors Will Fail YouThis article will discuss the difficulties that robo-advisors and their clients may face when markets become volatile to the downside.Updated and expanded on March 17, 2017Investment MarketsEveryone knows that there are no...
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