The intentional deception of investors
Author's Video Note:
"As one commentator to the SEC staff’s study noted, “If the product sold is that of advice, then that advice should be in the best interest of the client. Anything else is fraud, because the seller is delivering a service different from what the consumer thinks he or she is buying.”
(Edward Waitzer article, Financial Post · Tuesday, Feb. 15, 2011) (Mr. Waitzer is a Bay Street Lawyer, York University professor, and former Ontario Securities Commission chair, and this quote ( by another person) appeared in his article.
http://business.financialpost.com/fp-co ... -investors
Short and sweet, smmed up in as few words as possible.
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The John Oliver video below is possibly one of the funniest, clearest explanations of how the fake "advisor" game is played all over North America. Enjoy, and please protect your family finances from professional deception.