SILTTY Companion: PSA 5 – Advisor Rip-offs - Spicer Capital University
Stop Investing Like They Tell You - Companion Course

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PSA 5: How to Spot and Avoid the Unnecessary Fees of Advisor Rip-offs 

You (or someone you care about) may think you're receiving help and expertise from a trusted financial advisor when, in reality, your advisor is doing next to nothing (except for charge you a fee... he is doing that...)!

Let me show you exactly how this happens...

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  • DutchDGI says:

    Hi Stephen,

    A bit too much emphasis on the advisor aspect for me. But then again, I’ll never pay to let someone else do my investing, because I’m a die-hard DIY retail investor. Currently, I only pay for Chuck Carnevale’s F.A.S.T. Graphs tool. I will probably visit a financial advisor in the near future to create a comprehensive, taylor-made financial plan for my early retirement planning, if only to have a second opinion on my own planning. I just love planning and setting goals for the longer term!

    Kind regards,
    Oscar (DutchDGI)

  • Sunny KUIN says:

    I believe that only me concerns my own money, I won’t let someone else to manage my money

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