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JasonZweig.com presents articles, interviews, speeches, online chats, and other materials that express opinions on stocks, mutual funds, other investments, financial markets, a wide variety of people, and miscellaneous other topics. Everything available here has been obtained from sources believed to be reliable, but Jason Zweig does not, cannot, and would not dream of guaranteeing the accuracy and completeness of those sources. None of the material presented here is intended as, or should ever be treated or used as, investment advice. Sure, Jason Zweig calls it “investment advice” or “financial advice” (he’s gotta call it something) but he doesn’t know you from Adam and he can’t possibly understand anything about your individual needs and circumstances. Besides, Jason Zweig is not – repeat, is not – registered as a financial advisor under the provisions of the Investment Advisor Act of 1940. In fact, as a full-time journalist, he is specifically exempt from regulation under Section 202 (a) of that Federal law. That means, ironically enough, that you might be able to sue your broker for following a stupid suggestion Jason Zweig happens to make, but you can’t sue Jason (who is protected, perhaps too well, against this sort of action by the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution). Under no circumstances, and by no stretch of the most wildly depraved imagination, is any of the content available through this website a solicitation to buy or sell securities. Past performance is no guarantee of future success – which is a good thing, since Jason Zweig has no past performance, since he is not a money manager and, if he were, he would be the first to warn that it has no predictive power anyway. Jason Zweig does not publish a market newsletter and does not manage money for anyone but his own immediate family, so nothing presented herein is or should be interpreted as a solicitation for business of any kind. This particular assemblage of verbiage is inserted herein exclusively to verify the proposition that nobody ever reads these things and to ascertain the total numerical quantity of Latin-derived adjectives and substantives that it is possible to insert into a single interminable sentence of legalese. Seriously, though, throughout all the materials he makes available on this website, Jason Zweig will make every effort to uphold the highest standards of honesty and integrity, but he cannot guarantee that even this narrow little effort will succeed. By now you’ve probably gotten the idea that Jason Zweig is not in the guaranteeing business. You will have to be the sole judge of whether his effort succeeds.

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