I’m going to go way out on a limb here. I assume the investment recommendations you’re getting from your broker are vastly different from what Eugene Fama would advise.
Academics are fascinated by the way you invest. You shouldn’t be flattered by their interest.
Hopefully, understanding how you are being duped by the securities industry will help stop this puzzling investor behavior.
Occasionally, readers ask me to research an advisor they are thinking of retaining. Here’s a step-by-step guide to my process.
It’s instructive to take a closer look at some of the commentary about the future price of Bitcoin, because it tells you a lot about speculation, investing and financial journalism.
Don’t expect Congress to protect you by outlawing FINRA’s monopoly over disputes with your broker. This is the only effective course of action.