Jack Waymire

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About Jack Waymire

Jack Waymire worked in the financial services industry for 28 years. For 21 years he was the president of a registered investment advisory firm with more than 50,000 clients. He left the industry in 2003 when his book (Who's Watching Your Money?) was published by John Wiley. The following year he launched an investor education website (www.PaladinRegistry.com) that was based on the content in his book. In 2014 he launched Paladin Digital Marketing to provide inbound marketing services to registered investment advisors. Jack is a columnist for Worth magazine, a frequent blogger on major financial sites, and widely quoted in the media including the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, BusinessWeek, Bloomberg, and Kiplinger.

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