In my book, Millionaire Teacher, the seventh chapter was titled, Peek Inside A Pilferer’s Playbook. I explained the tactics used by financial advisors who try to dissuade their clients from buying index funds–keeping them...
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- Andrew Hallam Aug 29, 9:24 PM
Hi Trevor, I personally like to keep my portfolio really simple. But you could certainly build subtle asset class variations and add other asset classes,...
- Trevor Kalinowsky Aug 29, 5:54 PM
Hey Andrew, I've read both of your books and found that both of them provided some great insight to help me get started on getting...
- Andrew Hallam Aug 29, 7:50 AM
They are fine David. Most charge expenses below .35%. Cheers, Andrew
- David Aug 29, 2:57 AM
Hi Andrew, Loved Millionaire Teacher! Currently searching for ETFs to put my savings in and I'm wondering about high dividend ETFs compared to the normal...
- Andrew Hallam Aug 28, 3:36 PM
Yes Suzanne, that's exactly what I outlined in my book when I profiled Keith Ferrell: http://www.amazon.com/Global-Expatriates-Guide-Investing-Millionaire-ebook/dp/B00N99IK74/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr= Cheers, Andrew
- Andrew Hallam Aug 28, 3:35 PM
Absolutely not Joe. You need to ensure that you have a diversified portfolio of stock and bond market indexes. As a retiree, you would have...
- Andrew Hallam Aug 28, 3:34 PM
Hi Doug, Your base currency won't be relevant if you're purchasing diversified ETFs. For example, you could buy a S&P 500 index fund ETF. It...
- Doug Aug 28, 2:50 PM
Hi Andrew, I've checked again and believe it's still because I have not finalized the account with TD that I cannot see all available ETF's....
- Joe Aug 28, 10:50 AM
Is it safe to keep so much miney allocated to one bind index - especially after you have retired?
- Suzanne Aug 27, 7:39 PM
Yes, I meant 10 years (not quarters) based on 40 quarters. Let me ask you this though. In 2015, a person can earn 1 credit...
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