A question we’re commonly asked is, what is an “evidence-based advisor?”
An evidence-based advisor must agree to act as a fiduciary to their clients and pledge to accept these duties set forth by the Institute for the Fiduciary Standard.
This means that a fiduciary must:
Serve the client’s best interest
Act in the utmost good faith
Act prudently, with the care, skill and judgment of a professional
Avoid conflicts of interest
Disclose all material facts
Control investment expenses
An evidence-based advisor will not try to time the market and pick stocks by relying on past performance.
An evidence-based advisor will teach you how markets work, show you where returns come from and, maximize your portfolio while minimizing risk.
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