When most people think about investment firms with tens of thousands of “investment advisors” they think of people who call them up with recommendations to buy a stock or bond for their account.
But what’s the objective? What are you trying to accomplish? Will his recommendation take you closer to your goal, or farther away? What’s his motivation for the suggestion?
Think about getting on an airplane. You want to go the Phoenix. Does the pilot ask you what route you would prefer? How fast he should fly? How about a detour to Minneapolis? If he did, you would probably get off the plane. It’s his job to pick the best route in the shortest time and with the least risk. That’s what you’re paying him for. You want him to do the flying, you expect him to get you there without your input.
That’s what a real financial advisor does for you. He doesn’t suggest buying or selling stocks, bonds or mutual fund. He picks the best investments that will lead you to your goal and keeps you advised of your progress. He’s not selling investment products, he’s taking you to your destination in the best way possible.
At Korving & Company we ask you what your destination is, what your goals and dreams are and then put together a plan … and a portfolio that’s designed to get you there with the least risk in the time of your choosing. We are Certified Financial Planners (CFP)™
That’s what makes us different from the Big Box stores. Check us out on the web.