Most of us, at one time or another, have experienced the almost irresistible urge to spend money, sometimes on something we don’t strictly need but feel we “must have.” The wiser among us have learned how to control this urge, at least most of the time.
“Dad, I have to ask: Are your affairs in order?”
In this final article of our series on “positive skepticism” and your finances, we’ll look at some practical ways you can perform your own due diligence process on information you receive before taking action on it.
Last Thursday, September 3, equity markets plunged dramatically, in a sharp reversal of the mostly upward course they’ve been on for most of the summer.
Which one should you work with?
We find that, by and large, people seeking financial advice know to look for a financial advisor who has high levels of integrity and who wants to do what is in their clients’ best interest at all times. But it seems that fewer people pay attention to the orientation of their financial advisor candidates.