How to Recognize Heinous Financial Advice with Danielle Park

Can mainstream financial advice be harmful? Debt Free In 30 | Ep 349 | Should you put all of your savings at risk in the stock market to earn enough for a down payment on a house? Probably not. Danielle Park, lawyer, and wealth manager explains why some financial advice is “heinous”, how to recognize bad financial advice, and why you should think critically about the financial advice we are bombarded with every day.

Links:

Danielle’s blog post on Doug Hoyes’ TV appearance: https://jugglingdynamite.com/2021/04/22/financial-stress-rising-for-households/
The Questrade ad: https://youtu.be/Ta2a7LkVVHc
Doug Hoyes on BNN Bloomberg on April 21, 2021: https://www.bnnbloomberg.ca/video/~2185816
Podcast 248 – Danielle’s first appearance: Building Wealth in a Challenging World: https://youtu.be/Y9mc-3ht0Uw
Podcast 348 – How Deflation Will Impact the Economy and Your Debt with Jeff Booth: https://youtu.be/7Kt7KBfemh8
Danielle Park’s website: https://jugglingdynamite.com/
Danielle’s book: Juggling Dynamite: An Insider’s Wisdom on Money Management, Markets, and Wealth That Lasts on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3h349lZ
Danielle on Twitter: https://twitter.com/kdaniellepark
Danielle’s investment management firm – Venable Park: http://www.venablepark.com/

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