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.

Weighing In – Standing Up to Financial Bullies

You may believe Wall Street is a financial powerhouse. It employs thousands of smart people who know how to make money for investors. See Michael […]

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How a Financial Advisor Warning Label Could Protect You

Your physical health is more important than your financial health. However, financial health is a close second. Financially secure people live happier, healthier, longer lives.

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Obama is Only Half Right – $17 Billion is the Tip of the Iceberg for Investors

When Obama recently spoke before the AARP he called for higher standards on stockbrokers who provide investment advice and services for retirement assets. His comments […]

Geeks Can Change Wall Street

Geeks, aka high earning millennials, have the potential to change the way Wall Street conducts business. This may actually happen if they are not willing […]

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Weighing In – This Wall Street Tactic Impacts You

The mafia would love this arrangement. It gets to rob you and if it is caught your only recourse is a court that is controlled […]

By |February 10th, 2015|Categories: Wall Street|Tags: , , , , |2 Comments

Financial Advisors 5 Damaging Secrets

What you don’t know about your financial advisor can destroy your dreams of a comfortable, secure retirement.  Secrets are the information that Wall Street does […]