Buckets Of Trouble "For Buckets of Money" Host
The SEC has charged syndicated radio personality Ray Lucia, Sr. with spreading misleading information about his "Buckets of Money" strategy during investment seminars. Lucia's program is heard on stations all over the country. He's also written several books and hosts seminars claiming to help people with their retirement. The SEC is seeking an order preventing Lucia from making what it calls false and unsupported claims that his program will help retirees “generate inflation-adjusted income for life.”
Lucia's website lists all the stations he is heard on around the country, including San Diego, San Francisco, DC, and Miami.. The KOGO-AM (Clear Channel) website, says Lucia is a "longtime San Diego and national radio personality and a trusted expert when it comes to your money. Ray Lucia is not your average financial advisor. He is an accomplished money man whose intelligent input and charismatic nature has helped make him one of the nation's leading experts in the fiscal world of financial, tax, and retirement planning... not to mention he's a best-selling author, and engaging radio and TV personality."
Read the entire SEC complaint HERE
(10/12/2012 8:23:03 PM) |
So the SEC was blind to Madoff staeling billions, but found time to smear a good man like Ray Lucia and to jail Martha Stewart.
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|- Laurence Glavin|
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