Think you’ve got what it takes to manage your own investments? If you’re willing and able to invest the requisite time and energy in learning the tricks of the trade, you might just make a go of it.
More likely, the thought of managing your own money is exhausting, even overwhelming. You’ve got better things—anything—to do than to stare at tickers and pore through prospectuses. Sure, you’ve read insightful investing articles and learned how to talk about money matters without sounding foolish. But you’re not looking to quit your day job and make a full-time job of managing your money either.
The good news: Plenty of investment advisers are willing to manage your money. It’s literally their day job, after all. Here’s what to look for when choosing an adviser for your famil...Read More