Fee-only compensation removes the vast majority of potential conflicts that jade the commission-based brokerage industry. A Registered Investment Adviser has no incentive to give you anything but totally objective advice. Registered Investment Advisers acknowledge their fiduciary status in writing for each account.
Historically diversification has reduced risk while enhancing returns, but in today’s investment climate it may be difficult to choose the right path. Global equity asset allocation can be designed to spread risk as far as possible while capturing world market performance. Using more passive strategies to further reduce risk, cost, and tax impact of your portfolio can decrease your risk. It is necessary to remain mindful of your need for liquidity and risk tolerance by balancing your equity portfolio with a high quality short duration bond portfolio. Ask your Registered Financial Adviser to focus on reducing the amount risk while working steadily to reach your financial goals.
Highly qualified investment advisers have advanced academic degrees, professional certifications, and years of experience assisting individual and institutional clients. If you are working with a Registered Investment Adviser, their professional administrators have years of industry experience. They will make sure that your account details are handled efficiently, smoothly and that you receive the personalized attention you deserve.
As an investor you should demand full disclosure, complete transparency, and objective advice that always places your interests first. Working with anIndependent Registered Investment Adviser is different from working with a salesman representing the interest of his employer or broker.
|EconomicalFee for service can be more economical than commission. Personalized service and sophisticated investment advice should be affordable. The total expense of your investments will compare favorably with many true no-load mutual funds. The savvy investor knows that low expenses are strongly linked to higher returns over the long haul, making the choice to go with a Registered Investment Adviser a very good move.|