Why Should You Never Trust Just One Source? Often They Don’t Know Any More Than You Do

This video from the Daily Show with Jon Stewart is funny and great entertainment:

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But it’s also an important lesson in financial management. The lesson to be learned from this video is that you should never trust one source for your financial information. No matter how expert, credible, or trustworthy the person, channel, or magazine may seem, it’s likely that they don’t know everything and they make mistakes. Big ones. In some cases, the things the “experts” report are so wrong it’s hila

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2 Responses to Why Should You Never Trust Just One Source? Often They Don’t Know Any More Than You Do

  1. Deuce Carter says:

    This show is great at putting things that seem wise and intelligent into perspective as idiotic.

  2. Debt Plan says:

    It is always important to do your homework. If you have a relationship with an Attorney or trusted financial advisor, that is a good place to start. Try and find support for their advise.

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