First, thank you so much for sticking with me! My fee only financial advisor firm Price Capital is expanding, and I’m honestly itching to get to “steady state” so that I can get back into the mix on Twitter and my blogs. Thank you for your continued support, I really appreciate it.
There continues to be a great deal of concern among individual investors about the high fees that we pay when we invest — in particular, when we invest in mutual funds.
I give 5 unexpected ways you may be able to lower and avoid paying high fees in this show. I also talk about whether now may (or may not be) a good time to invest.
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After turning $1100 into $7015 in the stock market right out of college, the author of "The Wall Street Geek" worked for 15 years on Wall Street. In this investment blog, she gives investment tips and insights to help everyday investors be successful. Read More >>
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