May 31, 2018
Securities and Exchange Commission
To the and Exchange Commission,
I have worked since I was 15 and saved part of my income every
paycheck. This continues even as I am semi retired. I do it to secure
finances for when I need it as I age.
Investment advisors need to employ ethics and morals into helping
advise investments and financial planning. They should get paid an
honest wage for their work, however there seems to many corporations
and individuals who see our money as their own personal get rich fund.
Giving advice that is not the best for the investor, and lines the
pockets of the "investor" is immoral and unethical. By not doing their
job to the best for the investor, they increasingly make the investment
Health benefits and Senior care are expensive, and we need our accounts
to be as sturdy as we made them, without theft by those we have hired
to help us.
Do Not give away the fruits of OUR LABORS! Reinstill the restrictions
and guldelines for investment requirements!
Think of what impaxt it will have on you, if you don't step up and do
Ethics is what you know is right. Integrity is doing it.
Show us some integrity please.
Mrs. Nancy Gilbert