1 Thing to Keep in Mind When Your Broker Calls
If you read The Motley Fool, then chances are good you have a brokerage account. And if you have a brokerage account, then chances are good you've received unsolicited phone calls from one of your broker's representatives -- be it E*Trade Financial , Charles Schwab , TD Ameritrade , or Bank of America , just to name a few.
In the video below, I explain their motivation for doing so and the one thing you should keep in mind when they offer advice.
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