Matthew Clinger wrote:
You only need certification if you want to claim some certain title. There are tons of investment services all over the net. You think the people running them are all registered and certified? Not a chance.
You must not have gotten to your logic class yet. Just b/c someone does something, or a group of people does it, or even a majority, doesn't validate it as "right."
There's a difference between being a financial advisor and an investment advisor. While there is a lot of overlap, anyone offering specific investment advice needs to be registered with the appropriate governing agency. I'm sure you know this, but are downplaying your responsibility of needing to be registered with the state which your "business" is housed.
BTW, who's Patrick and what does he do out there in Lake Hills, CA?
"If you only have 1 year to live, move to Penn...as it will seem like an eternity."
Good to see you back, I was starting to miss your incisive commentary!