Retirement Media Inc. Launches New Industry Watchdog Website
- November 12, 2020
- Phil Cannella
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King of Prussia, PA— Retirement Media, Inc, an alternative financial media source, is proud to announce the launch of the new and improved retirementmediainc.com. The industry watchdog website embodies the mission of Retirement Media, Inc by creating an easily navigable interface along with sophisticated pages dedicated to delivering truth to the American retiree through accurate documentation and facts, otherwise known as unbiased journalism. Retirement Media, Inc differentiates itself from traditional media outlets with hard-hitting financial retirement information, exclusive financial interviews conducted by Retirement Media, Inc Founder Phil Cannella and Crash Proof Retirement® CEO Joann Small, exposés of financial regulatory bodies, and investigative sections dedicated to uncovering the corruption and malfeasance taking place in the financial industry, which is often neglected by journalists in the mainstream media, putting retirees financial futures at risk.
“The general public and particularly those 50 and older are not getting the information that they need to make educated decisions for themselves and their families,” said Phil Cannella, who founded Retirement Media, Inc in 2012. “As a blue-collar worker for most of my life, I felt that it was important to get the truth about finances.” After years of hard work and perseverance, Cannella’s Retirement Media, Inc website houses the truth for the American retiree so that they can become educated on pertinent financial issues that are most impactful for their families.
In 2011, Cannella answered the call for accurate financial information for American retirees and since conducted groundbreaking interviews with some of the brightest financial minds in the industry. “Rather than telling people the truth, our company brings the truth through exclusive interviews, we show the truth, and we document the truth,” said Cannella. Captivating interviews with H. David Kotz, the former Inspector General of the Securities and Exchange Commission, former Presidential Advisor Dick Morris, and the federal employee who quarterbacked quantitative easing, Andrew Huszar, offer unique insights into the inner workings of the American economy, taxes, and politics and how they all impact the financial future of retirees.
One of the revolutionary aspects of the website is The Retirement Truth Tracker, a comprehensive and detailed section of investigative journalism exposing fraudulent financial professionals, economic and political wrongdoing, and risky investment opportunities that would otherwise put the retirement future of investors in danger. This portion of the website uses facts, with documented resources and currently contains information about investment professionals in Pennsylvania and Florida who are in federal court facing allegations of fraud and deceit.
Highlighting fraud and deceit on a broader scale, Retirement Media, Inc journalists aggressively track regulatory actions to unveil the corruption and collusion taking place on Wall Street in another investigative section known as the Lion’s Den. Here readers can find advanced analysis of financial scams and high-profile punishments handed out to some of the world’s largest banks like Wells Fargo and Goldman Sachs, as well as their executives.
Retirement Media, Inc journalists also produce informative articles that are housed in the Crash Proof Retirement® Den section of the website. These articles cover a wealth of financial information from little known IRA tax laws, guaranteed income solutions for retirement investing, new retirement trends, as well as events taking place politically that will have an impact on financial retirement plans.
The new website will be updated with timely content to ensure retirees can stay informed with the most prevalent financial news that traditional media outlets often ignore. Individuals in and nearing retirement are encouraged to explore the new website at: retirementmediainc.com and frequently check back for updated content that brings truth to the American retiree.
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