#SFTW: Financial planning isn’t about selling funds
Posted by Robin Powell on January 22, 2016
SOMETHING FOR THE WEEKEND
Paul Armson thought that being an adviser was all about selling investment products — until he started asking different questions. He now heads Inspiring Advisers, an organisation working to restore financial planning to its rightful place as a valued profession, totally unconnected to the wider investment industry.
Other TEBI posts you may have missed..
Also worth reading..
You may have noticed we’ve been experiencing some market turbulence. Here’s what some wise people are saying about it..
Why are investors always surprised by surprises? (Barry Ritholtz)
What I do when the market tumbles (Dirk Cotton)
Not every heavy sell-off precedes a financial crisis (Ben Carlson)
Why we find forecasts so hard to resist (Tim Harford)
The stats that prove financial pundits really haven’t a clue (Mike Shedlock)
In emerging markets DFA funds crush the active competition (Larry Swedroe)
Snapchat as your robo-adviser: Is that really a good idea? (Victor Reklaitis)
Research shows passive investors are good corporate stewards (John Authers)
Timeless investing advice:
What I’ve learned in 10 years (James Osborne)
Things I’m pretty sure about (Morgan Housel)
The great myths of investing (Bob Seawright)
The mark of a truly great investor (Josh Brown)
The stock market transfers money from the impatient to the patient (Sharpe Returns)
Life on Mars? Money tricks our brains play (Mitch Tuchman)
And here’s a great infographic from Dan Solin..
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