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Well done Jonathan. This has been a problem for a long time. Unfortunately too many so called "journalists" have exaggerated and misrepresented the behaviour of a minority of advisers. They have used cheap sensationalism to generate cheap content and bigger audiences. Adele Ferguson has been the prime offender, but Andrew Robertson from the ABC has also been repeatedly guilty of it. They use the same techniques of bias and prejudice as Alan Jones, but just target a different type of audience.

Adele actually started off with legitimate and balanced investigative journalism. But unfortunately the lure of big audiences that misrepresentation and hysterical sensationalism can deliver was too much to resist. She chose to degrade herself and her "profession", and in the end has done more harm to Australian financial services consumers than good.