Thanks to Alex for a very kind article on the healingphilosophy.com “The ethical financial advisor”. I just received a link today. It is too bad that ethical and financial advisor have come to seem like oxymorons. I know there are many good-intentioned people out there giving financial advice. The trouble is that the equities sales culture has trained them and signs their commission cheques. Everything they have come to believe and advise comes from that bias. Clients simply can't afford to take financial advice from the financial sales world. There must to be product providers, sellers, and advisors, they are three distinct roles with separate and naturally conflicting agendas. The three just cannot be one.
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