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When Good Trades Go Bad: Deadly Portfolio — with John Hohn

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When Good Trades Go Bad: Deadly Portfolio — with John Hohn
The fine line between doing what's right for a client and what's good for you is walked daily by financial advisors. Most of the time things go off without a hitch.But sometimes, the results of poor decision making are disastrous. John Hohn joins us on Tradestreaming Radio to talk about his new book, Deadly Portfolio: A Killing in Hedge Funds. John had a 40 year career in financial services, all the while exploring his avocation, writing. Deadly Portfolio is his first book and it explores the insides of the financial industry, how decisions are made, how brokers make a living, and how wealthy clients behave.It's also full of murder and intrigue... We talk to John about the book and his experiences in managing 300 brokerage clients influenced his writings.

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About John Hohn

author of Deadly PortfolioJohn Hohn had a 40 year career in financial services, culminating with 16 years at Merrill Lynch in Winston-Salem, NC.  He's always seen writing as an avocation and has published poetry previously.  Deadly Portfolio is John's first novel and it's a murder-mystery that takes place in the financial services industry.   Thanks again for joining us on Tradestreaming Radio, where we discuss technology, tips and techniques to becoming a better -- more accurate -- investor. If you're listening to us on iTunes -- PLEASE rate/rank us to let others know about the value you're finding on this show.  

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