Dave Ramsey, the popular financial author and personality, initiated a Twitter firestorm by attacking a number of financial advisers who questioned his investment advice. Mr. Ramsey had some choice words for professional advisers, lashing out and even colorfully referring to himself as the 'big dog' that was 'biting back' at his vocal critics. Here are the juiciest tweets from the Ramsey-advisers exchange:
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