PS: How do you think the parents of the young girl Julian Assange drugged and raped would feel about you proclaiming him lovable?
More Money, More Problems
I found your financial advice in your March 2011 issue to be absolutely terrible. 1: If I had a spare million dollars laying around, I wouldn't need to invest in an annuity that paid a paltry $5K a month. I'd already be rich enough that I wouldn't need that kind of advice. 2: Then on the other end of the spectrum, you advise putting a max of $10K into I bonds that currently have a fixed rate of ZERO percent. They're not worth investing in unless the fixed rate is higher, as that part of the interest equation does not change over the life of the bond. 3: Then, you recommend reverse morgages. These are the most dangerous financial products out there. Yes, they sound good, but I've known too many older people who have lost their houses and income due to not realizing everything that can go wrong with a reverse mortgage.