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If A Presidential Candidate Can’t Manage Their Own Money, Should They Manage Ours?

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Presidential Candidate

With Aaron Leaman, CFA, Chief Investment Officer – Signature Financial

With the elections race heating up, Aaron analyzes how the field of Republican and Democratic hopefuls manage their personal finances and retirement preparedness – basically how a presidential candidate handles their money – as a reflection of how they might manage the nation’s finances should they become president. And the field ranges from Scott Walker who has a negative net worth to Donald Trump on the other end with hundreds of millions in the bank.

Aaron is a licensed financial advisor representative and a Chartered Financial Analyst whose primary responsibility is the management of investments, rather than clients. A student of Modern Portfolio Theory and a longtime proponent of working to match risk to reward, Aaron focuses his expertise on the development and ongoing performance of all client portfolios and investments. He maintains a day-to-day watch over conditions in the world economy and its various capital markets, and frequently works to research new and emerging companies, technologies, and trends.

I've been an investment strategist and adviser for over 35 years, leading with a mission of unbiased advice to educate and protect listeners on my weekly radio show on NPR affiliates nationwide. I have been named a “Top 100 Wealth Advisor” by Worth Magazine and “Top Advisor” by Reuters.