Jack Waymire

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About Jack Waymire

Jack Waymire worked in the financial services industry for 28 years. For 21 years he was the president and chief investment officer of a registered investment advisory firm with more than 50,000 clients. He left the industry in 2003 when his book (Who's Watching Your Money?) was published by John Wiley. That same year he launched an investor information website (www.PaladinRegistry.com) that was based on the principles in his book. Jack is a columnist for Worth magazine, a frequent blogger on major financial sites, and widely quoted in the media including the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, BusinessWeek, Bloomberg, and Kiplinger.

5 Biggest Mistakes People Make When They Select Financial Advisors

Several years of Paladin (www.PaladinRegistry.com) surveys show 18% of the people who rely on financial advisors believe they know how to determine the quality of […]

By |August 24th, 2015|Categories: Advisors|Tags: , , , , , |1 Comment

Republican Presidential Candidates Sound a Lot Like Financial Advisors

Did you happen to see the Great Presidential Debate last Thursday that debuted 10 Republican candidates for President of the United States?

I thought Fox News […]

Weighing In – Who Protects You From Bad Financial Advisors?

Most investors believe their financial advisors are competent and ethical. Otherwise, they would terminate the relationships. The same investors also believe they are protected by […]

By |June 8th, 2015|Categories: Advisors|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

Weighing In – 401(k) Fees, Wall Street and the Supreme Court

Americans who are saving for retirement in company-sponsored 401(k) plans have paid billions of dollars of excess expenses to Wall Street investment firms.

There are layers […]

Weighing In – How Do You Put Wall Street Banks in Jail?

Wall Street banks don’t go to jail. People go to jail. Since you can’t put a bank in jail the regulatory agencies let them pay […]

By |May 22nd, 2015|Categories: Wall Street|Tags: , , , |3 Comments

How the Religion of Wall Street is Your Money!

We have been programmed to believe we need Wall Street’s expertise and services. Major advertising campaigns, slick PR, and 700,000 salesmen have brainwashed us into […]