1 Answers: What is the best wealth management firm?


I have been reading about different wealth management firms to invest my money into. There are so many out there that I really don’t know what to do. I have been told that with the “2 and 20” I need to pay hedge funds and also their poor performance against the market over recent years that maybe it is best not to invest in a managed fund.

I am told that maybe an ETF or Index fund works better?

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Wendy Morrison 7 months 1 Answer 84 views 0

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  1. Nowadays stay away from wealth management firms!

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    So the first thing that you have to figure out is what you want from investing do you want to short term investing there where you can create some sort of income and see your account grow over weeks and months.

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