I weighed in on the Fiduciary Debate that’s now become something of a partisan political issue between the GOP and the White House. It should not be a partisan issue, it should be an issue of right vs wrong that both sides of the aisle can agree on to help the investing public.
But now it is.
As someone who has gone to great pains to tell the true story of what I did in my own past life as a retail broker, I have a unique perspective on the issue. And, by unique, I mean an informed one.
I’ve heard it said that everyone has the right to have one subject or topic about which they are utterly unreasonable to deal with. This is mine. When people try to take the other side of the fiduciary debate, I’m always like “Just stop. You have no idea.” I’ve seen too much to say anything else.
My latest column for Fortune takes on The Most Horrendous Lie on Wall Street.
Hope you get something out of it. Thanks for reading.