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Why would you need the services of Castle Asset Management?

  1. We live in a world of rapid and constant change, and keeping up with financial issues is difficult. Most consumers lack the time to keep on top of economic and money issues.
  2. The Government keeps changing the rules in regards to taxes.
  3. All investments have inherent risks, the stock market goes up and down and no one really knows what the stock market will do, what interest rates will be, etc. With the services of Castle Asset Management you can be better prepared to weather the economic storms ahead.
  4. The media contains vast quantities of misinformation about financial issues. Furthermore, since deregulation, specifically the Telecommunications Act of 1996, the vast consolidation has largely silenced independent professionalism that is not dependent upon a product sale. It has been admitted by many media executives that there job is not to provide the consumer advice but to help their advertising customers sell their products. Ted Turner, commenting on the over concentration of ownership in the cable television business said this.

"It is sad that we’re losing so much diversity of thought."

Lowry Mays, CEO of Clear Channel Communications, the nations largest owner of radio stations (over 1,200 stations in 230 cities) in Fortune Magazine March 2003 said: "If anyone said we were in the radio business, it wouldn’t be someone from our company. We are not in the business of providing news and information. We are not in the business of providing well-researched music. We are simply in the business of selling our customer’s products."

And William E. Kennard, former Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission said this in regards to concentration of ownership in March 2000. "When hundreds of stations are owned by just one person or company, service to local communities and coverage to local issues lose out."


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