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Researching Your Broker-Dealer

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Researching Your Broker-Dealer

Bertie and Bubbie were beginning to have some concerns about Myron...obviously.

For starters, his firm was otherwise unknown and there were no visibly tangible financial assets to his firm. His demeanor was just kind Bubbie and Bertie didn't have to be financial gurus to get this vibe—something was clearly amiss. Now Myron might have just been eccentric (hey, many great investors are), but he may have been something else.

So Bertie, with steely determination to not let the b...

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