Ingram discussed how you can spot a crooked financial advisor.
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20% to 30% of financial advisors are outright crooks.— Warren Ingram, Galileo Capital Financial Advisor
A promise of very consistent returns is a bad sign.— Warren Ingram, Galileo Capital Financial Advisor
If you never see anything directly from the product provider, it’s a bad sign.— Warren Ingram, Galileo Capital Financial Advisor
Go to fpi.co.za to find a good advisor in your area. Interview two or three; ask them how they’re remunerated.— Warren Ingram, Galileo Capital Financial Advisor
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