Regardless of his present affiliations he was associated with them and with whom one associates with tell more about a person than anything else. That’s why you focus on a persons associations when doing background investigations. Caveat emptor!
Sort of. Would you say everyone who ever chose to be associated with or do business with GM is a looser because GM lost its way and went bust? Not likely.
We all pick loosers sometimes. A number of people got sucked in by the owner of AV123 and it cost them all money. Its a small industry and Mr. Seaton is well regarded by those in it, at least the ones I know of.
Anyway, this is going way off topic. You can choose to ignore what Mr. Seaton writes, or not.