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Are Advisors Too Expensive?

According to a survey conducted by the personal finance website MagnifyMoney, nearly half of U.S. adults think financial advisors are expensive and only for the wealthy, even though almost all who use advisors consider them worth it, according to a new survey. The survey of 1,500 adults found that 30% […]

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Three Fallacies Of Wealth Creation, And Three Antidotes

Three Fallacies Of Wealth Creation, And Three Antidotes If you can see through these misperceptions about assets, you can be a better investor. #seclaw #securitiesattorney #securitieslawyer https://www.forbes.com/sites/baldwin/2021/03/20/three-fallacies-of-wealth-creation-and-three-antidotes/ —– Coast-to-coast representation of investors and financial professionals – Securities Lawyer

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End Mandatory Arbitration?

Elizabeth Warren has once again taken up the charge to end pre-dispute arbitration agreements, which she calls “forced arbitration.” I have addressed the topic on numerous occasions and while I am a fan of arbitration, pre-dispute arbitration agreements can be an issue, particularly in consumer cases, such as car rental […]

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As Stimulus Is Deployed, The S&P 500 Is Buzzing With Rotation Questions

As Stimulus Is Deployed, The S&P 500 Is Buzzing With Rotation Questions This week, $400 billion in direct stimulus payments began flowing into the bank accounts of US households, courtesy of the American Rescue Plan. Any investor must wonder: where will this money go next? #securitiesattorney #securitieslawyer #seclaw https://www.forbes.com/sites/michaelcannivet/2021/03/19/as-stimulus-is-deployed-the-sp-500-is-buzzing-with-rotation-questions/ —– […]