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12Point Checklist To Change or Appoint An Investment Advisor

 
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MessagePosté le: Ven 16 Nov - 07:37 (2018)    Sujet du message: 12Point Checklist To Change or Appoint An Investment Advisor Répondre en citant



Choosing a right investment advisor could get stressful, more so if you already have an ‘advisor’ and you need to change for any reason. This applies to most people and hence they prefer to be in the ‘default’ mode.


Beginners, are somewhat lost on whom to approach for advice. So naturally, whoever has access to the person, which happens to be banks or ex bankers in most cases end up being the advisors. And inertia is a powerful force.


Seasoned investors or those who have amassed a reasonable amount of wealth are quite ‘happy’ with the current advisor even if they are being charged opaque fees and are saddled with relatively low returns.


The stress of making a decision is significant. “Why bother when things are running somewhat okay?”. But having seen numerous portfolios saddled with sub par returns, i am talking about just 5% to 6% which is way below the market return of say 12% to 15%.


This is obvious because the distributors not only take commission but also provide advice that works best for the latter. The commission is just a small cost compared to the much larger cost of buying products like close ended funds, new fund offerings, close ended funds, excessive equity products at the wrong time, funds from a ‘sister fund house’ etc. This list is quite long.


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