How to Find the Right Financial Advisor

If I blew out my knee, I certainly wouldn’t trust myself to fix it. I’m not a doctor, I’m a financial advisor. I’d try my hardest to find the best doctor who could diagnose and fix my knee.

When you’re younger, you can afford to make mistakes because you have more time to overcome them. When you’re older, you can’t afford to mess up anymore; you may have done a great job of growing your portfolio but, when you get to retirement, the strategy shifts.

So if you think you may benefit from the advice of a financial advisor after years of DIY, how can you find one? What should you look for in an advisor? What different types of advisors are there, and which one is appropriate for you?

Listen in to find out.