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Investment Management for Native Americans, Outfitters, Hunters & Trappers

Real Fear

It's been years since I stepped foot in a brokerage office.  Too scary.  As a money-manager I take hundreds of calls every year from stockbrokers pitching every type of "new" and "unique" investment product.  I guess the older I get the more fearful I am of having to listen to a broker tell somebody how to plan their retirment.  It is usually the broker planning their retirement with the client's commissions.    The best way to describe my fear would be to use the analogy of having to rely on a salesman/broker to safeguard retirement money would be like hoping the pothead safeguards the Fritos.   Never forget, brokers have fancy titles for charging fat fees and commissions, not achieving results for clients.