Bad Investment Advice is All Over the Media with Laidlaw and Company

Hitting it big in the stock market has never been easy. It is even more difficult today when investors and potential investors are inundated by information from a wide range of media outlets. A good amount of this information is unreliable or plain wrong. Some of this comes from a media outlet’s need to make money to continue its existence. Many stories will feature things like, “The Top Three Hot Stock Picks.” In reality, some of those hot picks may not pan out, but catchy stories like that will bring in viewers or readers. There is evidence that the hit rate for these stocks is sometimes less than if an investor picks a stock at random. It is also risky to predict the future, as a company doing well today might wind up in a negative light in tomorrow’s news.

Bad Investment Advice Knows No Boundaries

Laidlaw & Company is an independent investment banking and securities brokerage firm that has been in existence for 170 years. With offices in both the United States and Europe, Laidlaw & Company serves both companies and individuals with their money needs.

For investment banking, Laidlaw has experience in PIPES, IPOs, marketed follow ons, and secondary offerings, and is led by the Head of Capital Markets, James Ahern. Laidlaw & Company is overseen by Matthew D. Eitner, the Chief Executive Officer. Alternative investments and wealth management are some of the other areas the company offers its clients.