Jarrad Brown Dozens of my book’s South East Asian readers have emailed to ask, “Do you know of an advisor in Singapore (or any South East Asian country) willing to build low cost accounts of exchange traded index funds?” Rules in Singapore are different to those of most developed countries. Hiring a registered advisor to […]
Archive for Indexing Financial Advisors
Have you ever heard of an investment advisor whose goal is to ultimately fire himself? If not, then you probably haven’t heard of Robert Wasilewski. I mentioned him in my best-selling book, Millionaire Teacher, and for very good reason. He builds index portfolios for clients, charges less than any advisor I have ever come across, […]
The financial service industry’s stubborn hold on high fee structures just might be its undoing. Commission-based products will soon be banned in Australia and the UK. And a growing number of people are realizing that it’s easy to beat the investment returns of most financial advisors.
Tony Noto is a Fee-Based American Financial Advisor If you’re an expatriate American looking for a financial advisor, I found someone you may be interested in. His name is Tony Noto, and he builds portfolios of indexed investments, much as I described in my book, Millionaire Teacher. Here are the advantages: No sales commissions Low taxable […]
I want to profile (and encourage business for) financial advisors acting as true fiduciaries to their clients. It’s extremely profitable for advisors to sell variable annuity products or actively managed mutual funds with sales commissions or deferred sales loads. But the good men and women who act as true financial fiduciaries don’t sell those products. […]