Last month in the New York Times, I read an interesting article about an ex-Wall Street bond salesman’s perspective on investing. Gordon Murray brings to light something I would agree with: most people on Wall Street know very little about personal investing.  In my own experience as an ex-derivatives trader, I admit that I had some things to learn when I made a career shift to help individuals and their families manage their investment portfolios.

To learn more about Murray’s epiphany about personal investing and his book The Investment Answer, please click here to read the NY Times article, “A Dying Banker’s Last Instructions.”