Parents watch this guy every night to feel like they are doing something towards their retirement. How to I convince them not to follow his advice with their savings?
Markets are fast, they are a secondary source of info.
Internet is fast and slow, It is a secondary source at best you're communicating with primary sources. Employees, suppliers etc...
This guy gets his info filtered through writers, checked by editors, and his fund acted on this weeks ago.
There's a reason he no longer manages the fund.
Fired for no longer being able to perform
>Experience is the greatest teacher of them all.
You could show them videos of him making failed predictions, show them articles about where he was wrong but nothing will reinforce it more than losing money on his advice.
Hope there isn't an anomaly streak and they bet the house on him.
This guy is a hack. Just look at any recommendation he's made from RIM to GT Technologies. The guy gets away with it because he says his show is for 'entertainment only' in the disclaimer, but anyone seriously watching his show is an idiot. In fact, if you see a company mentioned on his show you should run away from it.
Dave Ramsay tends to repeat himself. His whole schtick summed up in 4 words is, "get out of debt." which is a good idea for anyone.
>Hey, Dave. How do I get out of debt.
>Well see, you get out of debt by simply getting out of debt.
Basically his entire schtick. I know Shay Carl from the Shaytards loves him and apparently endorses him so much.