Why the programs for private investors are kept different to programs for the professional viewer

  • Alpesh B. Patel

Abstract

Now that you are fed on a diet of getting your financial news secondhand through the prism of journalists, isn’t it about time you knew how those journalists change things? At least that way you can improve your investing. As for the guru, the pundit and the expert on financial TV — believe me when I say it is only because they are on TV that they are a “guru.” The proof will be revealed as you read on.

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Corn Mercury Europe Marketing Assure 

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