Whose Financial Advice Can You Trust NOW??

December 16, 2008

Do you feel like you’ve been sucker punched in the gut by Wall Street and Washington? If you do, then you’re not alone. The stock market roller coaster is lurching up and crashing down faster and steeper than it ever has before the past 4 months, and it’s enough to make you want to throw up.

Traditional advice is probably working for you less and less and less financially, and the people who were supposed to have your back financially have dropped the ball big-time. It’s enough to make you wonder who you can trust any more to give you sound advice that will work for you NOW.

With the market down 40% in 2008 and the global economy predicted to be in a growing depression throughout 2009, below are some ideas in my video of how to determine WHO you should be listening to and WHAT you can do to empower yourself in this time of economic uncertainty.

Watch the video now, and then take action to protect yourself. You don’t have to be a victim of the Wall Street fatcat bankers and the Washington robber barrons any longer when you give yourself the gift of a personal finance money makeover.

Know someone who is struggling financially now or who wants to cope with the economic uncertainty around them better? Give them and yourself the gift of financial education this year for Christmas and get yourselves copies of my book “Why Didn’t Anyone Teach Me This?” at www.FinancialPlanning202.com. Along with the toys and gifts that will be forgotten two weeks after the holidays are over, put some financial freedom under the tree this year that will be treasured for years to come!


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