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Paladin Internet Properties Inc. Company Profile

Founded in 2003, Paladin is an information company that provides free public services to investors who use the services of Certified Financial Planners, financial advisors, fee-only financial advisors, money managers, investment and financial education service providers, CPAs, estate attorneys, and insurance professionals. Paladin websites help investors find advisors in their communities and screen them before they meet them. You can learn more about Paladin's blog services by visiting http://www.InvestorWatchdog.com, or go to http://www.PaladinRegistry.com or http://www.PaladinFinancialDirectory.com for additional information. Follow InvestorWatchdog on Twitter at http://twitter.com/investwatchdog.

News from Paladin Internet Properties Inc.:

Financial Information Provider Paladin Registry Endorses Independent Financial Advisors to Guide Retirement Investments

SACRAMENTO, Calif., Feb. 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ – Paladin Registry (www.PaladinRegistry.com) is a leading provider of independent financial information and services to investors who rely on financial advisors to help them accumulate and preserve assets for retirement.
Recent Paladin sur…

Unique Retirement Content, Services, and Tools Added to Paladin Registry Website

Independent financial education services provider helps people make better retirement decisions
SACRAMENTO, Calif., Nov. 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ – Paladin Registry (www.PaladinRegistry.com) a leading provider of independent financial education and services for investors, announced t…

New Paladin Research & Registry Credential Rating Service Exposes Financial Advisors Who Use Fake Certifications

SACRAMENTO, Calif., Sept. 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ – Paladin Research & Registry (www.PaladinRegistry.com) announced the launch of a powerful new online service that investors can use to check the quality of more than 260 financial advisor certifications and designations. PaladinR…

Paladin Registry Announces a New Survival Guide for Investors

SACRAMENTO, Calif., Dec. 29, 2010 — Paladin Registry (http://www.PaladinRegistry.com) announced the launch of a new website that contains an Investor Survival Guide. The free Guide was developed for investors who use the services of financial planners, investment advisors, and money manag…

Paladin Registry Announced New Background Checks for Financial Planners, Financial Advisors, and Money Managers

SACRAMENTO, Calif., Aug. 26, 2010 — Paladin Registry (http://www.PaladinRegistry.com) added three new background checks for financial professionals.
Jack Waymire, founder of Paladin Registry and author of Who’s Watching Your Money? The 17 Paladin Principles for Selecting a Financ…

Background Checks Could Save Investors Billions

SACRAMENTO, Calif., July 7, 2010 — Consumers say “show me the Carfax®” before they buy used automobiles. They want to make sure the cars have not been in accidents or experienced excessive repairs.  These same consumers will turn around and invest their life savings with financia…

A Low Cost Background Check Would Have Saved Madoff Investors Billions

SACRAMENTO, Calif., June 22, 2010 — It has been well documented that 11,000 individuals, families, and institutions lost more than $50 billion when they invested in Bernie Madoff’s illegal Ponzi scheme. His victims could have avoided these massive losses if they had spent a few hundred do…

Investors Should Require Background Checks for Financial Advisors

SACRAMENTO, Calif., June 1, 2010 — After reviewing the disclosure practices of more than 12,500 financial advisors since 2003, Paladin Registry concluded 80% of financial advisors omit or misrepresent information when they sell investment services and products.
Jack Waymire, Paladin Regis…

Paladin Registry Announced a New Background Checking Service for Financial Planners and Financial Advisors

SACRAMENTO, Calif., May 5, 2010 — Financial planners and financial advisors claim to be trustworthy investment experts. They also claim their sales advice is always in the best interests of investors. Then they claim their specialized knowledge will help investors achieve their financial goa…

Paladin Registry Announces InvestorWatchdog.com – A New Blog Site That Exposes the Ethical Conflicts of the Financial Services Industry

SACRAMENTO, Calif., May 20, 2009 — Paladin (http://www.paladinregistry.com), a five-year-old Registry of pre-screened financial advisors and financial planners, recently launched InvestorWatchdog (http://www.investorwatchdog.com), a blog site that focuses on unethical business p…

Confused Investors Believe They Receive Financial Advice from Experts

SACRAMENTO, Calif., April 1, 2008 — The Securities Exchange Commission funded a study by the Rand Corporation to determine the confusion levels of investors who buy investment products and advice from sales representatives and financial advisors. The study showed most investors know very lit…

Should I Fire My Financial Advisor?

SACRAMENTO, Calif., March 13, 2008 — The Dow Jones Industrial Average is down 2,000 points from its historical high of more than 14,000. Declines of this magnitude are bear markets if the losses last more than six months. A recent Paladin Registry survey shows bear markets cause the number of consu…

What Should I Expect From My Financial Advisor in a Down Market?

SACRAMENTO, Calif., Jan. 31, 2008 — There’s an old saying in the financial service industry that financial advisors and financial planners earn their money in down markets when their clients’ natural tendencies are to make emotional decisions that damage their financial futures…

Paladin Registry Announces Qualitative Ratings for Financial Advisors and Financial Planners

SACRAMENTO, Calif., Dec. 11, 2007 — In a recent study that included responses from more than 4,000 consumers, Paladin found 83.7% of the people who use the services of financial advisors and planners do not know how to determine their actual levels of competence and integrity. Further research sh…

When Financial Advisors Educate Consumers About Financial Advisors It’s Like the Fox Guarding the Chicken Coop

SACRAMENTO, Calif., Nov. 13, 2007 — Most consumers learn about financial advisors from the same advisors who are trying to sell them investment and insurance products. Consumers hear what the advisors want them to hear, and information that negatively impacts the advisors’ sales result…

Financial Advisors Don’t Provide Track Records, But They Should Still Have to Prove They Are Competent, Says Paladin Registry

SACRAMENTO, Calif., Oct. 17, 2007 — In a recent survey that included responses from more than 4,000 participants, Paladin Registry, a free public service provider for consumers who use the services of financial advisors and planners, found that 91.4% of consumers wanted audited track records t…

New Paladin Study Shows Ethics Are Biggest Consumer Concern When They Select Financial Advisors and Financial Planners

SACRAMENTO, Calif., Sept. 25, 2007 — In a recent study that included more than 4,000 consumers Paladin Registry, a free public service provider for consumers who rely on professionals to achieve their financial goals, found that determining the trustworthiness of financial advisors and finan…

Paladin Registry Announces New Education Service for Consumers Selecting Their First Financial Advisor

SACRAMENTO, Calif., June 19, 2007 — After extensive consumer research, the Paladin Registry, a free, independent, objective source for consumers who use the services of financial planners and advisors, added a new type of content for consumers who are selecting a financial advisor for the firs…

Survey Shows the Five Most Frequent Mistakes Consumers Make When Selecting Financial Advisors

The Paladin Registry Continues to Help Consumers Find, Evaluate and Select Quality Advisors
SACRAMENTO, Calif., May 22, 2007 — Nearly all consumers err by selecting financial advisors based on marketing information from advisors that they can’t properly evaluate, according to data co…

Paladin Registry and Investopedia Announce a Strategic Alliance That Will Benefit Investors

SACRAMENTO, Calif., Sept. 28, 2006 — Paladin Registry, LLC and Investopedia, Inc., two industry leaders in financial information, announced a strategic partnership that gives Investopedia (http://www.investopedia.com) users access to information and services on the Paladin Registry we…

Paladin Registry Launches Fiduciary Advisor Services That Are Based on 2006 Pension Reform Act Regulations

ROSEVILLE, Calif., Sept. 20, 2006 — Paladin Registry, LLC (http://www.paladinregistry.com) announced the launch of a new service that meets the requirements of the 2006 Pension Reform Act by providing the documentation that 401(k) plan sponsors are required to review so they can make prudent…

Financial Advisors from Brand-Name Companies – Are They the Safest Choice for Investors? Asks Paladin Registry, LLC

ROSEVILLE, Calif., Aug. 1, 2006 — Paladin Registry, LLC (http://www.paladinregistry.com) released additional results of a recent survey that showed more than 90% of investors did not know the right questions to ask to determine the quality of financial planners and advisors. The question is,…

Why Do Millions of Investors Fire Their Financial Advisors Every Year?

ROSEVILLE, Calif., June 27, 2006 — Paladin Registry, LLC (http://www.paladinregistry.com) released additional results of a recent survey that showed that millions of investors fire financial planners and advisors every year because they did not receive the results and services they expect…

Investors Can Reduce Their Risk of Bad Advice by Knowing the Critical Differences Between Financial Planners and Financial Advisors

ROSEVILLE, Calif., June 13, 2006 — Paladin Registry, LLC (http://www.paladinregistry.com) released the results of a new study of more than 10,000 investors who used its services. The study showed 86 percent of investors don’t know how to determine the quality of financial advisors befo…

Paladin Registry Announces Free Ratings for Financial Planners and Advisors

ROSEVILLE, Calif., May 16, 2006 — Paladin Registry, LLC (http://www.paladinregistry.com) announced a new service for investors who use the services of financial planners and advisors. The free service evaluates the credentials, ethics, and business practices of financial professionals a…

Paladin Registry Issues Guidelines for Choosing Financial Planners

ROSEVILLE, Calif., April 4, 2006 — Selecting a financial planner is tougher than most people think. That’s according to Paladin Registry, LLC (http://www.paladinregistry.com), a firm that provides free education, matching, and documentation services to investors who rely on financ…

Vulnerable Investors Need Help, Says Paladin Registry

ROSEVILLE, Calif., Feb. 8, 2006 — What do widows and widowers, divorcees, the terminally ill, the disabled, laid-off employees, and pre-retirees taking lump sum distributions from company 401(K) plans have in common? According to Paladin Registry (http://www.paladinregistry.com), they&…

Paladin Registry Reveals Top Investor Risk

ROSEVILLE, Calif., Jan. 18, 2006 — Most investors believe the biggest risk to their financial goals is the stock market’s volatility and uncertainty. But that’s only half right: According to the Paladin Registry (http://www.paladinregistry.com), the number-one risk to millio…

Professionals Are Frequent Victims of Bad Financial Advice and Scams, Says Paladin Registry

ROSEVILLE, Calif., Dec. 12, 2005 — Professionals are typically regarded as experts in their fields. But when it comes to making financial decisions, says Jack Waymire, author of the 2003 bestseller Who’s Watching Your Money: The 17 Paladin Principles for Selecting a Financial Advisor (I…

Boomers Need Excellent Advice to Achieve Financially Secure Retirements, Says Paladin Registry

ROSEVILLE, Calif., Nov. 17, 2005 — Baby boomers are in real trouble financially, and most don’t even realize it. With the lowest savings rate in history, lax investment habits and no guaranteed pensions, 80% of boomers lack sufficient assets to maintain their current standards of living w…

Pre-retirees Are Most Vulnerable to Bad Investment Advice, Warns Paladin Registry

ROSEVILLE, Calif., Nov. 1, 2005 — Pre-retirees – particularly those folks who will receive sizable lump-sum pension distributions when they retire – are the group most likely to select low-quality advisors, said Jack Waymire, founder of Paladin Registry, LLC (http://www.palad…