Bad Investment Advice
Many seekers of investment advice are receiving false, or not effective, advice from those trying to exploit people for money. For me, it has been extremely difficult to find reliable investment advice from different companies that I have found on the internet. It is hard to tell whether advice given is genuine, and will actually work… Read more here (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/dan-solin/bad-investment-advice-kno_b_11363858.html) It has been found that it is easier for people to give poor advice, rather than advice that is academically correct. Financial pressure creates a need for the media to produce advice that is not best for their audience. There are many articles that say they are written by experts in the field. Audiences will even listen to stock tips given by these so called experts. There are many companies that hire actual, expert, employees to give out sound investment advice to their customers .
Laidlaw and Company
Laidlaw and Company specializes in giving investment advice personally to each company through their full service and brokerage firm programs. The firm services a variety of customers that are independent, private institutions, and public institutions. The company has been running for over 170 years, and has provided high quality service to those that are with them. The company has a large number of offices that are located in the United States, as well as different countries in Europe. The employees of the company are all trained, and operating in, the standards of the dual FCA authorization as well as the FINRA registration. These standards make it possible for the company to provide services on a consistent, but global level.
The company is formed around an attitude of community and entrepreneurship. Everyone (like Matthew Eitner) at the company puts in a large amount of work, and this combined with a creative approach is what makes this investment company one of a kind. I have gained much insight after using the advice that the investors have given me through this company.