February 21st, 2013

Why should you avoid a financial advisor when educating yourself about investments? Where can you go for your education?

10 thoughts on “February 21st, 2013”

  1. Aaron says:

    Most “financial advisors” are really sales people who are looking to help you buy their products and pay their comissions. It’s been difficult to find financial advisors that don’t profit from products they sell or are associated with. There are serval books available that are product and service independent. There are financial advisors that don’t sell or are associated with products and charge a fee.

  2. Mike Finley says:

    You brought up many good points, Aaron. The vast majority of financial advisors have a conflict of interest with the products they recommend to their prospective clients. The financial industry has put them in a position where they are more salesman than trusted advisor. The exception to this rule would be a financial planner who is a fee-only advisor. These advisors usually require large minimum amounts under management ($250,000 or more could be the case) before they take you on as a client. Where does that leave the average Joe/Jane?

    Identify teachers who provide the education based on facts, research, and a thorough understanding of the history of the markets and its many securities. Here are a limited few that I would trust. John Bogle, William Bernstein, Burton Malkiel, Eric Tyson, and Jane Bryant Quinn. These teachers have written books to spread this message. You can find my favorites on the recommended reading page on this website. Good luck and stay skeptical. The wolves are at the doorstep!

  3. Etriani says:

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  8. Bet says:

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