Unpacking Financial & Investment Advice, Part I

By Catherine Austin Fitts

For the next two weeks, I will be briefing Solari Report subscribers on “unpacking financial and investment advice.” This Thursday, I will focus on financial advice in Part I.

I am increasingly alarmed at the time I spend persuading individual clients and subscribers to ignore or be more selective when sorting through advice consumed through TV, Internet and other media and sometimes combined with market manipulations that play on fear and greed.

It’s time to step back and review some “best practices” on managing your assets and accessing financial and investment commentary and advice that serves your interests. I want to “talk turkey” about censorship and material omissions that protect the dirty players as well as the tricks that they use to engage in financial fraud.

As examples, I will “unpack” financial advice from a wide selection of popular TV and radio commentators, including Dave Ramsey, Robert Kiyosakyi, Suze Orman, Pat Robertson, and Jim Kramer, numerous luminaries of the “financial blogosphere” as well as some of my favorites, the American Institute of Economic Research, Bob Sullivan of The Red Tape Chronicles and Franklin Sanders of The Moneychanger.

I will start with a round up of Money & Markets. Questions for Ask Catherine will focus on your questions regarding our topic.

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