Many decisions can be postponed without serious consequences. But deciding how to manage your investments is not one of those. Every day you delay could cost you money and jeopardize your financial future.
If you rely on a bank or a big Wall Street brokerage to invest your money for you, chances are you pay more than you have to in fees — and still don’t see your holdings grow any faster than the securities market averages. Your return net of fees may well be lower than those averages.
If that’s the case, you are paying too much for investment help. If poor results are coupled with poor service, you are getting ripped-off. If you don’t really know how well you are doing or what you are paying, you are shooting yourself in the foot.
If you have any doubt about the value of the investment advice you are getting, it may be time to fire your advisor.
But don’t worry. You don’t have to go it alone and make your own decisions. And you definitely don’t have to look for another high-priced broker or advisor who you don’t know.
Now you have a new option: It’s called investment coaching, and it’s the new, smarter way to get help investing without getting ripped off.
Instead of paying exorbitant fees that can be as much as 1.5% to 2.5% of your assets (that’s as much as one-quarter of your entire nest egg over 10 years), you pay a low hourly rate.
Instead of having fees deducted from your account with no notice at all every quarter, your costs are itemized in a monthly invoice.
Instead of paying the same amount regardless of how much (or how little) effort is expended on your behalf, you pay for only as many hours of actual work your “coach” puts in.
There’s no long-term commitment, and your costs are completely under your control.
That’s the new model of investment advisory services available in California from 360 Investment Advisors. It’s like a breath of fresh air for individual investors.
To get a FREE consultation and a FREE copy of the new book by Andre Shashaty that will change how you think about investing, call Wendy Chaney at (216) 906-7861 or email email@example.com. Call today and start getting better returns and reduced fees.