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Analysis: Wayne Swan's misguided advice

There is no law against providing lousy financial advice, but there ought to be, and the first person investigated should be the man in charge of Australia’s finances, Wayne Swan.

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Perth
Jeez, Tim. Slow news day? Or just need to vent?

What is the point of this article? © Copyright WA Business News 2012. You may share content using the tools provided but please do not copy and redistribute. - what does this have to do with what Swan said and people looking for better deal on their mortgages???

Are you a complete numbskull Tim? you said it yourself - the exercise in examining what Swan said and what happened is pointless. And you're committing the same "unlicensed financial advice" bungle you're having a go at Swan for.

What do you expect from an intellectual vacuum! The man has no experience or qualification to run a chook raffle, let alone the national treasury! Last time I checked, banks were public companies run by a board answerable to shareholders, and can do what they like with their business so long as they don't break the law. Swan is an embarrassment and a shepherd's hook should be attached to his neck then pulled quickly off the stage.

Mosman Park
You're on the mark Tim. Swan is posturing for cheap political gain and to divert attention away from the debacle that is the current government.

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