Scranton – who will be the featured guest on “Connecticut Style,” Wednesday, Dec. 5th at 12:30 p.m. on WTNH Channel 8 – touts a “sane” investment approach uniquely designed to generate income and portfolio growth, and to work regardless of what’s happening with the stock market.
“The first time I even suggest to people they can achieve reasonable rates of growth without participating in stocks, they raise their eyebrows. It’s simply not what their stockbroker has told them,” Scranton said. “That’
That book, “Stop the Financial Insanity,” examines today’s economy and investment world in relation to stock market history. Based entirely on independent research, the acclaimed hardcover volume reveals the stunning consistency inherent in long-term “secular” market cycles, and sheds new light on many long-held popular notions about investing. According to Scranton, today’s scary economic headlines are actually typical of the kind of volatility that has marked almost every long-term “bear” (meaning zero-growth)
“The past has so much to teach us about how we should prepare for the future,” Scranton said. “But you have to know your history, you have to be educated. That’s why I welcome every opportunity to speak, and why I encourage everyone to read my book and judge for themselves.”
About Connecticut Style: Connecticut Style is a TV newsmagazine focused on the local people, places and entertainment styles in Connecticut. It is produced by WTNH TV and airs on News 8 weekdays at 12:30pm. The show, hosted by Theresa Labarbera, focuses on many topics that viewers can relate to in everyday life, including health & fitness, fashion, finance, home decorating ideas, great meals to prepare, medical breakthroughs, community causes, and much more!
About David Scranton: David J. Scranton, CLU, ChFC, CFP®, CFA, MSFS, is one of America’s most successful independent financial advisors. In addition to running his own practice, he is founder of Advisors’ Academy, a renowned national training organization for financial advisors, and author of the book “Stop the Financial Insanity” (www.stopthefinancialinsanity.com)