Chris Markowski, the “Watchdog on Wall Street,” Discusses What Wall Street Needs To Do To Right The Economy

Chris Markowski, the "Watchdog on Wall Street"

Chris Markowski is the antithesis of what Wall Street has become. He knows financial planning is a profession, not a vehicle for selling financial products. His clear-cut, honest approach is in complete contrast with the fabrication and deception that individual investors are exposed to every day.

Chris resides in Sarasota, FL and provides financial counseling for clients throughout the United States.

Chris is the youngest syndicated radio host in the country and he thrives on being the anti-cliché Wall Street authority.

From his unstoppable work ethic, relentless drive to learn and grow, to his ability to see beyond theories, Chris brings numbers and ideas into reality…and results.

As a consumer advocate, Chris has become known for going after Wall Street crooks and frauds and he truly believes that his advice can help the individual investor make sound financial decisions.

Chris dedicates himself to ensuring Americans know what is really happening behind the scenes on Wall Street; not the fabrications and half-truths that the big firms and some media churn out on a daily basis.

Chris’ relentless commitment to “analyzing the analysts” has made him less-than-popular with some of the Wall Street elite, but certainly inspired him to never be afraid to take on industry giants, corrupt politicians or sub-prime lenders and hedge funds.

The oldest of four boys, Chris is a family man who enjoys creating memories with his wife Maria, 3 kids (ages 3, 4 and 6) and his extended family and friends.

Chris attributes his success to his solid upbringing in upstate New York, where he began working in a family janitorial company when he was 6 years old.

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