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Forbes wrote:For public customers, an investment that’s suitable for you shouldn’t mean one that is generically suitable for investors in general. Suitability should be achieved based upon your unique circumstances of age, sophistication, net worth, income, etc. Demand a recommendation that’s “best” for you. A lazy stockbroker might put a smorgasbord of suitable investments before you and try to push you into purchasing the one that pays the highest commissions or fees, or is a house-product that the employing firm prefers to move. Be careful. Ask questions. Insist upon what’s best for you and you alone.