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FAQs

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN FIDUCIARY STANDARDS AND SUITABILITY STANDARDS

Embracing the fiduciary standard as a core belief, behavior, and service model means that you must ALWAYS act in the absolute benefit of your client regardless of the compensation and without conflict of interest. Under this assignment, one can make specific and exact recommendations and in addition, can act on behalf of their client. Being suitable simply means that you only need to prove that your recommendations were appropriate for clients in the similar age, income, and risk tolerances. There is a clear and distinct difference between the two. We are required to act in a fiduciary capacity for our university clients.

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN BUY & HOLD AND DYNAMIC ASSET ALLOCATION/ACTIVE MANAGEMENT

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PROACTIVE AND REACTIVE ACCOUNT MANAGEMENT

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN TECHNICAL AND FUNDAMENTAL ANALYSIS

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN COMMISSION AND FEE FOR SERVICE MODELS

WHAT IS FEE BILLING?

WHAT DOES "NO CONTRACTS, NO COMMITMENTS, AND NO HASSLES" MEAN?

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