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Ivy League Financial Advisors - RIA vs. Broker
An Ivy League whiteboard animation comparing the differences between a Registered Investment Advisor and a Broker.
INVESTING SIMPLIFIED - Broker vs. Financial Advisor
INVESTING SIMPLIFIED-Broker vs. Financial Advisor, from http://www.irvingfinancialgroup.com. Alan Irving hosts this educational video on the difference between an investment broker and a financial advisor. First, in a series of informative videos from Irving Financial Group in Bradenton, Florida.
How to Spot Investment Scams in 6 Simple Steps
Watch more Client Videos videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/496912-How-to-Spot-Investment-Scams-in-6-Simple-Steps Investment fraud criminals use a wide array of sophisticated and highly effective tactics to get people to part with their money. Learn how to spot those techniques -- and help protect not just yourself, but friends, neighbors, and family members. Step 1: Verify credentials Don't assume a salesperson is legitimate just because they have a fancy title or a corner office with framed certificates; fraudsters hope that if they look successful, you won't bother checking their credentials. Investment professionals -- like brokers, investment advisers, and insurance agents -- must be registered with regulators, such as the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, the Securities and Exchange Commission, or your state securities or insurance regulator. Tip You can verify a salesperson's credentials at "SaveAndInvest.org":http://www.saveandinvest.org/. Step 2: Be wary of "phantom riches" Be wary of an investment pitch that guarantees a certain return or promises spectacular profits -- what fraud-fighters call "phantom riches." No legitimate salesperson can make those kinds of promises. An ethical broker will admit that every investment involves risk. Step 3: Ignore the "everyone is doing it" angle Don't be swayed by a seller's claim that everyone from their mother to their mechanic is in on the deal. A pitch that focuses on who and how many people are invested, rather than why the investment is sound, should be viewed with skepticism. And beware of "affinity fraud" -- investment scams that prey upon members of the same social circle, religious group, ethnic background, or other affiliation, such as servicemembers returning from deployments. Tip Contact your chain of command and/or Staff Judge Advocate if you suspect that you are being targeted in an investment fraud scheme. Step 4: Refuse to be rushed Refuse to be rushed into anything. If the salesperson says it's a limited time offer, or that there's a limited supply of whatever's being peddled, consider it a red flag: the seller is attempting to make the investment look valuable by implying it's in scarce supply due to great demand. Step 5: Never feel obligated Never feel obligated to make an investment because the seller gives you something free; salespeople count on those freebies to guilt you into reciprocating. Step 6: Arm yourself with information Further educate yourself about fraud tactics so you can protect yourself and your loved ones. Go to "SaveAndInvest.org":http://www.saveandinvest.org/ for more information, including the free Outsmarting Investment Fraud tool kit and documentary -- because knowing how to recognize investment fraud red flags is the best way to avoid falling victim to them. Did You Know? Investment fraud victims are more likely to be male, live with one or more people, be married, earn more than $30,000 per year, and have at least a college degree.
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Investment Advisors: The Truth
Goldman Sachs referred to their clients as "muppets". http://www.thedossier.info/ https://twitter.com/theDossier_info
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Independent Financial Advisors, Brokers, Services CFP in Canada De Thomas Financial
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[ASMR] Financial Advisor Roleplay | Financial Planner with Pen Writing & Paper Sounds (Soft Spoken)
Click Here To Subscribe: http://bit.ly/2d8T1RR Don't forget to rate, comment, share & subscribe! WEAR HEADPHONES FOR THE BEST EXPERIENCE :) This ASMR video consists of role play or roleplay (financial advisor & financial planner), planning budget & expenses, bank representative, bank account, bank deposit, pen writing, paper sounds, rubbing sounds, clothing sounds and soft spoken words. Welcome to the ASMR Power Of Sound Youtube channel! ASMR stands for Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response and it refers to a phenomenon which is very difficult to explain to those that do not experience it. It is usually experienced through a relaxing tingling in the scalp and the back of the neck and can extend into the rest of the body. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: Autonomous sensory meridian response (ASMR) signifies the subjective experience of 'low-grade euphoria' characterized by 'a combination of positive feelings, relaxation, and a distinct static-like tingling sensation on the skin'. Autonomous – spontaneous, self-governing, within or without control Sensory – pertaining to the senses or sensation Meridian – signifying a peak, climax, or point of highest development Response – referring to an experience triggered by something external or internal It typically begins 'on the scalp' before moving 'down the spine' to the base of the neck, sometimes spreading 'to the back, arms and legs as intensity increases', most commonly triggered by specific acoustic and visual stimuli including the content of some digital videos, and less commonly by intentional attentional control. ASMR is usually precipitated by stimuli referred to as 'triggers'. ASMR triggers, which are most commonly acoustic and visual, may be encountered through the interpersonal interactions of daily life. Additionally, ASMR is often triggered by exposure to specific audio and video. Such media may be especially made with the specific purpose of triggering ASMR, or originally created for other purposes and later discovered to be effective as a trigger of the experience. Stimuli that can trigger ASMR, as reported by those who experience it, include the following: Listening to a softly spoken or whispering voice Listening to quiet, repetitive sounds resulting from someone engaging in a mundane task such as turning the pages of a book Watching somebody attentively execute a mundane task such as preparing food Receiving altruistic tender personal attention Furthermore, watching and listening to an audiovisual recording of a person performing or simulating the above actions and producing their consequent and accompanying sounds is sufficient to trigger ASMR for the majority of those who report susceptibility to the experience. You can check out my Twitter page here: http://bit.ly/2eOu5SX You can also view my inspirational videos on Youtube, just visit: http://www.youtube.com/mrcashathand Click here to access my Patreon page: http://bit.ly/2dX2hd9 If you would like to support this ASMR Youtube channel (anything is appreciated), please click here: http://bit.ly/2d4b4uG
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Brokers vs Financial Advisors
Adam Bold, founder of The Mutual Fund Store, discusses the differences between stock brokers and fee-only financial advisors.
Views: 686 Financial Engines
What Questions Should I Ask My Financial Advisor?
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Stock Brokers For Dividend Investors: How To Select A Brokerage
When you invest in dividend stocks for the long term, special considerations are required in selecting a stock broker. Today, I share my framework for evaluating brokerages as part of your dividend growth investing strategy. Building a life-changing flow of passive income and cash flow requires 10, 20, or even 30 years of investing and compounding. It's critical to pick a broker that one can trust, a brokerage that will be around for an incredibly long time. Learn about: * Timeframe considerations * The importance of stability and brand * Keeping stock trading commissions low, although not making this one's only consideration * Dividend reinvestment * Member SIPC and FINRA, and the importance of extra insurance * Local branch offices As mentioned in today's video, I also filmed another video that highlights three ways to buy dividend stocks: Brokerages, dividend reinvestment plans, and new/disruptive technologies. You may want to refer to that video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2YCW_t630S0 Today's video only focuses on actual stock brokers. Disclaimer: I'm not a licensed investment advisor, and today's video is just for entertainment and fun. This video is NOT investment advice. Please talk to your licensed investment advisor before making any financial decisions. PPC Ian Content is Copyright IJL Productions LLC
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Interactive Brokers for Registered Investment Advisors
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Views: 1057 Interactive Brokers
Financial Advisor - Michael Oetken
Michael Oetken | Financial Advisor Office | 515.727.6775 Email | [email protected] Website: http://www.mtofinancial.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/michael-t... Securities offered through BDF Investments, a division of Broker Dealer Financial Services Corp., Member FINRA & SIPC. Advisory services offered through Investment Advisors Corp., an SEC registered investment adviser.
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Financial advisor and Introducing broker
What’s the difference between the two? ----------------------- Join Metisetrade Financial Advisor Trainee and Introducing Broker Program Today! Visit http://www.metisetrade.com/programs/introducingbroker for more details on Introducing Broker Program and Visit http://www.metisetrade.com/careers/jobs_description/RkFUX0ZpbGU= for more details on Financial Advisor Trainee Program
Views: 88 Brian Martinez
Investment Advisor or Broker? (Things to Think About)
Have you ever wondered what's the difference between an investment advisor and a broker? They are not just different names for the same thing! Learn more about this, and all things financial at our blog. Our Blog: http://www.financialchoicesmatter.com Pelleton Capital Management: http://www.pelletoncapital.com Music: http://www.purple-planet.com
Do You Need a Financial Advisor?
A MoneyTrack viewer asks, "I don't want to turn my decisions about investing over to a broker but I don't have time to learn everything I need to know to do it all myself. What's the best way to go?" See what Pam and Jack have to say.
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What is a Registered Investment Advisor
Kenneth Stephenson, owner, Quest 10 Wealth Builders, on what is the difference between a stock broker and a Registered Financial Advisor.
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The Story Behind Why I Became A Financial Advisor
In this video, hear the totally true story about how my past experience with a terrible "financial advisor" (a.k.a. broker) put me on the path to becoming a fee-only, fiduciary financial advisor. If you're looking to make money, keep the money you make and feel more financially secure, contact me through my website: https://www.transformative-financial.com QUESTIONS? Please post in the comments section of this video! Patrick King on the web and Social Media: https://www.transformative-financial.com https://www.facebook.com/TransformativeFP https://instagram.com/TransformativeFP https://www.linkedin.com/in/patrickbking --------Equipment Used To Shoot This Video ------- Camera — Sony Alpha a6500 http://amzn.to/2rvk8RM Lens — Sony SEL1670Z 16-70mm f/4 ZA OSS Vario-Tessar Lens http://amzn.to/2F3EGml Tripod — MeFOTO Backpacker Aluminum Tripod http://amzn.to/2Bmjk0X Microphone — PowerDeWise Lavalier Lapel Microphone http://amzn.to/2BlUaQ1 Lighting — Fovitec StudioPRO 3x 20"x28" Softbox Lighting Kit http://amzn.to/2rtEGtV Lighting — Viltrox L132T LED Lighting Kit with Light Stand (2 Pack) http://amzn.to/2n1Fqkl This video was edited with Adobe Premiere Elements on a Mac. * About this video: In this video, Patrick King from Transformative Financial shares the experiences behind his decision to change careers and become a financial advisor. ---------- DISCLAIMER: This is a publication of Transformative Financial Planning LLC. All opinions of the authors expressed herein are as of the date of publication and are subject to change. Any information presented herein is not an offer to buy or sell, nor a solicitation to buy or sell any securities or products mentioned. Any investment, tax, legal, estate planning or life coaching information is to be considered general in nature and is not intended as personalized financial planning or life coaching advice. Always consult a financial, legal, tax or counseling professional regarding your specific situation. Different investments have varying degrees of risk and there is no assurance that they will be suitable for a particular person’s portfolio. Past performance is not indicative of future results. Transformative Financial Planning LLC is a registered investment adviser in the state of Georgia and other states where it is excluded or exempted from registration requirements. Registration as an investment adviser does not constitute an endorsement from securities regulators. ---------- CONTENT DISCLAIMER: The views and opinions expressed through this media or in comments on this channel are those of the creators and do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions held by this channel's broadcaster. Due to the social nature of this channel, these videos may contain content copyrighted by another person or entity. This channel's owner claims no copyright to said content. The broadcaster of this channel cannot be held accountable for the copyrighted content. The broadcaster shares and strives to verify information, but cannot warrant the accuracy of copyrights or completeness of the information on this channel. Any copyrighted material shared on this channel is intended to be shared by Fair Use. If you have a complaint about the use of copyrighted material, please contact the broadcaster prior to making a copyright claim. Any infringement is unintentional and will be rectified to all parties' satisfaction.
What is the difference between a broker and a registered investment advisor?
Kirk Smith, Shepherd Smith Edwards & Kantas, (800) 259-9010. Texas Securities Fraud Law FAQs: http://thelaw.tv/houston/Securities+Fraud+Law Disclaimer: http://thelaw.tv/houston/About/disclaimer
Views: 49 Shepherd Law TV
Impractical Jokers - My Stock Market Advisor
Joe knows a thing or two when it comes to the stock market. Subscribe to truTV on YouTube: http://full.sc/1s9KQGe Watch full episodes for Free: http://bit.ly/1bVxPrN If laughter is contagious, these guys should be quarantined! Q, Sal, Joe and Murr have entertained each other for years with the most hilarious practical jokes they could imagine. Now these real-life best friends are challenging each other to the most outrageous dares and uproarious stunts ever to be caught on hidden camera. Follow Impractical Jokers on Twitter: http://full.sc/1ubWgY7 Like Impractical Jokers on Facebook: http://full.sc/1CrLTDU truTV Official Site: http://www.trutv.com/ Like truTV on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/truTV Follow truTV on Twitter: https://twitter.com/truTV Follow truTV on Tumblr: http://trutv.tumblr.com/ Get the truTV app on Google Play: http://bit.ly/1eYxjPP Get the truTV app on iTunes: http://apple.co/1JiGkjh Way more truTV! Watch clips, sneak peeks and exclusives from original shows like Comedy Knockout, Those Who Can't and more – plus fresh video from hit shows like Impractical Jokers and The Carbonaro Effect. Impractical Jokers - My Stock Market Advisor
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What is the difference between a broker and a registered investment advisor?
Dale Ledbetter, Ledbetter & Associates, PA, (754) 227-6455. Florida Securities Fraud Law FAQs: http://thelaw.tv/broward/Securities+Fraud+Law Disclaimer: http://thelaw.tv/broward/About/disclaimer
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What is the difference between a broker and investment advisor? By McCabe Rabin
www.mccaberabin.com McCabe Rabin, P.A. is a law firm in West Palm Beach, Florida that represents investors nationwide in securities arbitration cases before the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) to recover investment losses. In this video, attorney Ryon McCabe explains the difference between a stock broker and a registered investment advisor. For more information, contact our lawyers at (877) 915-4040 or on the web at www.mccaberabin.com.
Views: 156 McCabe Rabin, P.A.
What is an Independent Financial Advisor?
CEO of Kruse Asset Management, Stuart Kruse, presents the fundamental differences of Financial Advisors, Financial Planners, and Brokers.
Registered Investment Advisor (RIA)
An RIA (Registered Investment Advisor) is a professional, independent advisory firm that offers personalized financial advice to its clients, many of whom are affluent. RIAs are not employed by a broker-dealer, and most do not sell proprietary or commission-based products. RIAs have a fiduciary responsibility to put their clients’ interests ahead of their own. Financial Synergies is a Registered Investment Advisor. The vast majority of “financial advisors” are not.
Financial Advisor inTransition - Registered Investment Advisor
A financial advisor is a professional who suggests and renders financial services to clients based on their financial situation. In many countries Financial Advisors have to complete specific training and hold a license to provide advices. In the United States for example a financial advisor carries a Series 65 or 66 license and according to the U.S. Financial Advisors Industry Regulatory Authority , license designations and compliance issues must be reported for public view. FINRA describes the main groups of investment professionals who may use the term financial adviser to be a financial brokers, investment advisers, accountants, lawyers, insurance agents and financial planners. Financial advisers typically provide clients/customers with financial products and services, depending on the licenses they hold and the training they have had. For example, an insurance agent may be qualified to sell both life insurance and variable annuities. A broker may also be a financial planner. A financial adviser may create financial plans for clients or sell financial products, or a combination of both. They also provide some insight on savings Luis Rosa CFP, EA Certified Financial Planner Advisor Transition https://youtu.be/eQAMAdSWl8I For more information or financial advice log on to or contact: http://advisorbusinesssolutions.com/ Phone: 562-439-4804 Phone: 626-791-9657 Video By Ross Jordan www.EDITyourVIDEO.com
Views: 562 Ross Jordan
Understanding The Difference Between a Broker and an Investment Advisor
ClientFirst Wealth Management, LLC. is an independent fee-only registered investment advisor (RIA) providing financial planning and investment management. We manage over $200 million in customized portfolios for individuals and financial institutions. Our sole source of compensation is client fees. We do not accept commissions or any other form of third-party payments, so you can count on objective advice. ClientFirst has a full time fiduciary legal obligation to every client. We focus on wealth preservation. Extensive experience managing fixed-income securities fortifies this approach and differentiates us from many other firms.
What is the difference between a broker and a registered investment advisor?
What is the difference between a broker and a registered investment advisor? | Silver Law Group | Securities and Investment Fraud | Free Case Evaluation | (800) 975-4345 | 11780 W. Sample Road | Coral Springs, FL 33065 The difference between a stockbroker and a registered investment advisor is the standard by which they are governed. A registered investment advisor is held to a fiduciary standard, meaning that he must operate in his client's best interest at all times. A stockbroker, who generally works for a FINRA-registered brokerage firm, is held to a lower standard, generally referred to as the suitability standard, meaning he only has to make recommendations that are suitable or appropriate for his clients, but he doesn't have to operate with their best interests in mind at all times. The investments only have to be suitable. Accordingly, registered investment advisors are generally held to a much higher standard and a very different set of rules.
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What Is The Difference In A Fiduciary Advisor & An Investment Broker?
http://www.bradshawweilgroup.com (270) 444-7291 Everyone has a different financial background and a different plan for their future. To be able to design a plan that solves a client’s specific needs it is important to be able to consider all options. Independent Fiduciary Financial Professionals are not beholden to any one company or product. In fact, they are beholden to always do what is in the client’s best interest. The independent financial professional is not beholden to any one company or product and has access to various strategies and products that will help them see their client through all of their financial needs in each season of life. Fiduciary Advisors are required to be up front and disclose any possible conflicts of interest as well as the fees they earn from your investments. Brokers are not held to the same standard. They are held to the suitability standard. They can push products that have poorer performance that earn them higher commission as long as the product is still “suitable” to the client. You wouldn’t accept this type of quality in any other service-oriented business. Why would you allow it to occur when dealing with the security of your future? Ask the tough questions to know if you are dealing with a broker or a fiduciary advisor so that you can feel secure setting your future in the hands of someone with your best interest at heart. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mNrYleXVQ44&index=13&list=PLXIMvvTTSEVzovloUiSLODamlfw9GRXQV
Views: 27 Brandon Morgan
What is a Registered Investment Advisor (RIA)?
When it comes to managing your finances, you can do it yourself or work with a broker, financial advisor, or an RIA like CAISSA. Learn about what makes an RIA different in this video.
What's the difference between a broker and financial advisor? - Independant Advisor
What's the difference between a broker and financial advisor? https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=ERADBmIL6iw =============================================== Do you know if your Financial Advisor is a Broker or a Independent Advisor Representative? You MUST know the difference for your protection. It could be the difference between winning and loosing in your retirement plan. =============================================== Make sure not to miss a single video from Coach Tony! Click below to Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=TimeToGetSmart =============================================== Tony J Hansmann Investment Advisor Representative www.CoachTony.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Guardian-Financial/176176358310 ============================================== https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=ERADBmIL6iw What's the difference between a broker and financial advisor
Views: 386 Tony Hansmann
Securities Fraud Attorney Chris Vernon: The Difference Between Broker and Financial Advisor
Securities fraud attorney Chris Vernon discusses the most crucial difference between a broker and an investment advisor. Vernon Healy is a Naples, Florida-based law firm focusing on securities fraud, securities litigation and securities arbitration, business and commercial litigation, and investment loss claims. The firm represents investors with losses on structured products, principal protected notes, structured notes, REITs and all manner of investments. For more information, visit www.vernonhealy.com.
Investment Advisor Vs. Broker
In this weeks addition to our video blogs, David Ortiz differentiates between the functions of an Investment Advisor and a Broker.
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Investing For Beginners: Robo Advisor results after 8 months, Wealthfront Review
Here are my results using Wealthfront (Robo Advisor) for 8 months and what risk factor I choose. Some may find my results to be surprising compared to using a bank's savings account. Just like my Robinhood video there is one major reason why I choose Wealthfront for a robo investor vs Acorn, Wealthsimple, Betterment and Stash. Wealthfront manages your first $10,000 for free, but if you accept my invitation, we'll both get an additional $5,000 managed for free. Weathfront Referral Link: https://wlth.fr/2oNqo1A Check out some of my other videos worth a watch: Robinhood App Review: Why I love this investment app for a beginner trader? https://youtu.be/vQiVg19F8ZM If you’re interested in a passive income check out my other video on Ford stock $F https://youtu.be/yKCJbLzFUwI • Licence: Happy Life by FREDJI https://soundcloud.com/fredjimusic https://www.facebook.com/fredjimusic/ Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/u4PI5p5bI9k Disclaimer, I am no expert, just giving my opinions and experiences using the Wealthfront App. I also have learned that you should only invest money you are willing to part with. I am not responsible for your gains or losses that you may experience. I strongly suggest when buying and selling stocks you do a lot of research on the stock you’re going to invest in. Robo Advisor Passive Income Wealthfront Money Stock Market Free stock trading, buying, and selling Stock Broker No Commissions Investors Finances Stocks Free Robo Investor Acorn Wealthsimple Betterment Stash
Views: 1277 Jesse R
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Investment Advisor, Discount Brokerage
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Becoming An RIA – Startup Costs And Getting Funding To Start A Financial Advisor Business
An "#OfficeHours with Michael Kitces" Periscope - what is the startup cost to become a financial advisor and launch your own RIA, and why it is so difficult to get funding for your advisory firm? For further details, see https://www.kitces.com/blog/becoming-an-ria-startup-costs-and-getting-funding-to-start-a-financial-advisor-business/
Views: 9635 Michael Kitces
Right Financial Advisor Broker Dealer Opportunity
Right Financial Advisor provides a unique opportunity for Broker Dealers to help their advisors grow their practice and connect with new clients.
Top Fee-Only Financial Advisors and Wealth Managers: Ivy League Financial Advisors
Ivy League Financial Advisors is a registered investment advisory firm (RIA) and serves as a fee-only financial advisor with a fiduciary duty to clients. The firm has frequently been recognized as a top financial advisor and wealth manager in the Washington DC metro area and serves clients in Washington DC, Maryland, and Virginia. TOP FINANCIAL ADVISOR AWARDS: - "Top Financial Advisor" by Financial Advisor Magazine (2009-2012) - "Top Wealth Manager" by Wealth Manager Magazine (2009-2012) - "People You Can Trust With Your Money" by Washingtonian Magazine (2012, 2010, 2009, 2002) As a fee-only financial advisor, the Ivy League Financial Advisors does not accept commissions or referral fees. The firm is held to a fiduciary standard which is a much higher standard than brokerage firms are required to offer. Traditional brokerage firms are held to only a suitability standard and do not need to disclose all conflicts of interest. They sell financial products and get a commission with little or no financial planning. The average broker has a fiduciary duty to the brokerage firm, not the consumer. Fee-only fiduciary advisors, on the other hand, must show loyalty, utmost due care, and only act in the best interest of clients. This assures objective advice without conflicts of interest. Ivy League Financial Advisors "A Higher Standard Of Financial Advice" 11 North Washington Street, Suite 250 Rockville, MD 20850 http://www.ivyfa.com (301) 258-1300 1 877-321-PLAN
The Financial Advisor's Hypocritical Oath.mov
Phil Fragasso explains the dramatic difference between investment advisors who are held to a fiduciary standard and brokers who are held to a suitability standard. See Phil's Hard Working Money website and pick up his book, "Your Nest Egg Game Plan," for more investing insights.
Views: 1167 Phil Fragasso
Beware of fee-BASED fiduciary advisors
INVESTOR ALERT: Many fee-BASED fiduciary advisors cannot resist the urge to push high-commission index annuities and other crap financial products. Make sure you are working with a fee-only fiduciary on a one-time or one-task basis, memorialized in writing. This video is not intended as investment, tax, accounting or legal advice, as an offer or solicitation of an offer to buy, hold or sell, or as an endorsement, of any company, security, fund, product or other offering.
Views: 1855 the Annuity Slayer
Financial Planner: How to become an advisor?
Financial Planner explains how one can become a financial advisor
Views: 6914 Bloomberg TV India
Starting out as a Registered Investment Advisor: A Primer on RIAs’ Compliance Obligations
Learn about the basic compliance rules and obligations facing new registered investment advisors, including registration rules, internal procedures you’ll need to adopt and documents to maintain. Find out about third-party services that can help you set up as an advisor and meet your ongoing compliance efforts. We will provide an overview of many of the key compliance issues new RIAs face including: • Registration requirements and filings; • What it means to have “custody” over client funds and assets; • Advertising your services to clients, including limits on performance advertising and use of testimonials; • What you should (and should not) include in your agreement with your clients; • Fee arrangements with clients; • Written compliance policies and procedures and a formal Code of Ethics; • Books and records obligations; and • Ongoing regulatory filing obligations. This webinar will highlight the key things to know in these areas and the information and services that Interactive Brokers and third-party providers offer to help advisors address these requirements. So please join us for this informative overview of registered investment advisors’ legal and compliance obligations, and the services available to advisors. The contents of this presentation have been prepared for educational and information purposes only and do not constitute legal advice or opinions.
Views: 4490 Interactive Brokers
Retirement Plans: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)
Saving for retirement means navigating a potential minefield of high fees and bad advice. Billy Eichner and Kristin Chenoweth share some tips. Connect with Last Week Tonight online... Subscribe to the Last Week Tonight YouTube channel for more almost news as it almost happens: www.youtube.com/user/LastWeekTonight Find Last Week Tonight on Facebook like your mom would: http://Facebook.com/LastWeekTonight Follow us on Twitter for news about jokes and jokes about news: http://Twitter.com/LastWeekTonight Visit our official site for all that other stuff at once: http://www.hbo.com/lastweektonight
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How Stock Brokers and Advisors Make Money - Investing Philippines
Stock Brokers, real estate agents are brokers, financial advisors are brokers. They are middlemen. They make money by transactions and not you making money. You should never listen to them for investment advice without doing your own research first. Educate yourself on investments. http://howtoinvestforbeginners.com/ Investing course reservation: https://goo.gl/forms/Li7vr0MRUGDDgO3D3 Subscribe - http://bit.ly/2e4wTgj -Investing Philippines Thank you for watching my videos. Sincerely, Wayne
Views: 1114 Investing Philippines
4 Things Your Financial Advisor does NOT want you to know!
http://www.northstarplanners.com There are a number of thing your broker or commissioned investment advisor would really rather you just didnt know Here are four of the most interesting ones: 1) The expenses of the mutual funds recommended to you are really really high. 2) The interests of the advisor's employer come first, and NOT YOU. 3) Your account is not diversified. 4) Your 22% return was 6% below market! NorthStar Financial Planners, Inc, fee-only financial planning firm in Plantation Florida: The Fine Art of Wealth Management.
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Pacific Capital vs Brokers
Pacific Capital is an SEC Registered Investment Advisor located in Southern California. Pacific Capital is a fiduciary advisor, so we are legally required to put client interests ahead of our own. We work to help you remove your stress about money by managing your investments and helping you plan for the future. Through our proprietary Financial Life Inspection™, you will learn which areas of your financial plan need attention. Then, we will help you manage your savings and investments to ensure that you are on track to achieve all your goals.
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If your broker or financial advisor is not teaching you, then take your money and leave him or her
Do your broker teach you about investment, budgeting and savings. If not, take your money and run.
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Securities Fraud Attorney Chris Vernon: Investigate your Broker or Financial Advisor
Attorney Chris Vernon discusses the importance of proper background research before selecting a broker or financial advisor. Vernon Healy is a Naples, Florida-based law firm focusing on securities fraud, securities litigation and securities arbitration, business and commercial litigation, and investment loss claims. The firm represents investors with losses on structured products, principal protected notes, structured notes, REITs and all manner of investments. For more information, visit www.vernonhealy.com.

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