WSJ wants to talk with teachers

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WSJ wants to talk with teachers

Post by sschullo » Thu Jul 11, 2019 9:59 pm

Hi Bogleheads,
I am posting this on behalf of a WSJ reporter with Mel Lindauer's permission.

A reporter at Wall Street Journal is interested in speaking with current or former K-12 public school teachers who have invested in 403(b) annuities or mutual funds due, in part, to an endorsement of the product by a local, state or national teachers’ union. Local union endorsements are of interest as well. The union endorsement does not have to be the sole factor the investor considered and the investor does not have to still own the endorsed product(s).

Anyone interested should contact: Anne Tergesen at anne.tergesen@wsj.com

Thanks in advance,
Steve
"When nonbusiness people rely on others to make investment profits for them, they are expecting a kind of result for which there is no true counterpart in ordinary business affairs." | B. Graham

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Re: WSJ wants to talk with teachers

Post by sschullo » Sun Jul 14, 2019 7:38 pm

Thank you!
Anne the reporter tells me that she interviewed another teacher. She needs a few more. Please pass the word.
Thanks in advance,
Steve
"When nonbusiness people rely on others to make investment profits for them, they are expecting a kind of result for which there is no true counterpart in ordinary business affairs." | B. Graham

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