Should we really take financial advice from Donald Trump?

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Answered by Rob Jupille, Financial Adviser in Santa Monica, CA
If his advice is 'inherit a large sum of money from your father, use a ton of leverage then utilize the bankruptcy laws when necessary then absolutely take financial advice from Mr. Trump, otherwise simply treat him as another entertainer. | 08.12.15 @ 21:07
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Amots — Hey, this is how our government works :o) | 08.18.15 @ 21:20
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Answered by MoneyTips Writing Staff, Financial Adviser in Los Angeles, CA
You’re free to take advice from whomever you desire. We recommend listening to our many financial advisers . Why wouldn’t you take advice from someone who has declared his businesses bankrupt four times? | 08.12.15 @ 21:07
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Kamie — I wish I could upvote this over and over :D LOL! | 10.16.15 @ 15:13
jbvita — If you organized over 500 independent businesses (in corpotate form) and only 4 failed, I think a fair minded person would say that is success x9. | 11.18.15 @ 15:51
jbvita — I should have said: that is success x 496+ | 11.18.15 @ 15:58
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$commenter.renderDisplayableName() — {comment} | 12.02.16 @ 22:22
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If you can be as astute as Donald I would have to say YES.. Although, most of us no matter how savvy we are, we do have the info or the money to make things work.... | 10.15.15 @ 16:55
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Answered by Brenda
Let me get back to you on that. First want to speak the all those that thought he was worth listening too and ended up with a $35,000 balance and their charge cards and nothing to show for it. But that's a legal matter which he cannot, hopefully wiggle out of.
The defiance of that man call a University falsely is disgusting. And with all his attorneys, he certainly did it on purpose. | 11.07.15 @ 18:29
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