Over 10 years as equity analyst, know what I’ve learned about investing and the financial media? I've worked for everyone from small advisor firms to banks and large venture capital firms. They all have one thing in common...they all lie to investors!
Investing has become a reality TV show where you’re just as likely to end up busted rather than make money.
Take a look at the return earned by the average investor over the ten years through 2013.
Despite the stock market rising by an average of 7.4% annually, investors earned just 2.6% on their portfolios. That's barely enough to cover the loss from inflation.
Wall Street's agenda is no longer to help you make money. It wasn't until I got off Wall Street and started talking to main street investors that I was able to see these lies and start really helping people reach their investing goals. This 10-page guide is the product of that work, detailing the biggest investing lies and how you can avoid the hype.