Financial advisors around Lexington

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  1. Strutter

    Strutter Cyber-Hunter

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    Anyone have or know of a good, honest FA near Lexington? I have a good guy but the company he works for makes me uncomfortable.
     
  2. kyoutdoorsman

    kyoutdoorsman 10 pointer

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    I'm looking as we speak . What's the does and don't at a financial advisor
     
  3. ojibwa62

    ojibwa62 12 pointer

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    You want one that gets paid on performance not commission, can't help you here in KY mine is in GA.
     
  4. gicts

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    I get the vibe most are like fat dietitians, only a little harder to vet.
    They parrot advice well, but either they don't do what they say, or their knowledge didn't get them too far.
     
  5. Strutter

    Strutter Cyber-Hunter

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    It seems to me that if they were really good at investing, they would have invested their own money and made millions and be on a beach somewhere instead of getting paid for messing with us.
     
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  6. timer

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    Investing is a marathon....not a sprint. If you are looking for quick money sign up for an on-line account - and good luck.

    But if you are looking for a comfortable retirement, my advice is to find someone with a good firm that you like....and stay with them.

    I've been with my guy - who is now at Wells Fargo - for almost 40 years. He has gotten me into good investments - and he has kept me from making bad choices. We've been a good team down through the years. His advice isn't cheap but it has been worth every penny.
     
  7. Duster

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    We have one ( now retired) in my neighborhood who's office was in Nashville. He built a nice lake home using a credit card for payment. This was before the cash back and zero interest rate cards came along.
     
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  8. bowhunter269

    bowhunter269 12 pointer

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    This is the way I've always looked at it. You can manage you own investments by doing a little research, especially if you simply use mutual funds, or similar. As someone said, it's a marathon, not a sprint. Invest in stock market for the long haul. Start as early as you can, and ignore the fluctuations. The power of compounding interest !! Time is your friend.
     

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