It’s hard to find a financial advisor you can trust because they get a nice commission when you roll your 401k and investments over to them and many of them seem to be unfazed when you try to reach them to inquire on why your investments are losing value.
So how can you tell if you’re choosing the correct financial advisor? Well, hopefully you ask for recommendations from financially-stable relatives or friends.
But one surefire way to know if the advisor has your best interest at heart is if he avoids
the stupidest financial advice ever, according to financial advice show host Suze Orman.
Find out the stupidest financial advice ever and how you should approach saving and planning for retirement on my financial advice blog, www.mytensense.com.