Bad Advisors Book
Bad Advisors: How to Identify them & how to avoid them
Some say reading this book is like watching a bad car accident. You don’t want to watch, but you can’t turn your eyes away. With the book, you’ll fear turning to the next page; but you won’t be able to help yourself.
I wrote Bad Advisors because of what I’ve seen on a day-to-day basis in the financial services and insurance industry, and it literally makes me sick to my stomach.
What’s important to understand is that I am truly an industry insider. I interact with tens of thousands of advisors every year through my e-newsletters, webinars, and through in-person training courses.
Why does my insider knowledge make me ill? Because the VAST MAJORITY of advice I see given to clients is certainly not as good as it should be and much of it is just flat out bad. The consequences of bad advice is that clients have lost much of their hard-earned money or those who haven’t are positioned to lose it during the next stock-market crash.
What I disclose in Bad Advisors will blow your mind. I disclose the real motivation of many “bad advisors” and explain in detail why
most advisors have built-in biases that taint their advice. I also disclose why many advisors are contractually forbidden from giving clients the best advice (which is the most outrageous part of the book).