Through my experience, I’ve noticed how vulnerable an individual investor is when facing the heavily armed financial giants. This especially became an reality to many investors after 2008 financial crisis.
While I strongly believe the best investment a person can have is to constantly educate themselves, I set up this blog to provide information and tools to teach the individuals how to manage their own assets.
What do I do?
Everyone’s financial circumstances involve a balance between risk and reward, opportunity and protection. People have two items to be protected: the present assets they have acquired and the future income they will receive.
The job of me as an Independent Financial Adviser is to measure these risks and help an individual form a balance between the risk exposure (buying risky assets) and the expense of risk avoidance (not investing). Why obsess about avoiding risks when you can instead manage them intelligently?
Who will engage my services?
There are four types of people who will engage my services.
- You lack the knowledge to handle these matters yourself
- You have the knowledge, but you lack the time to manage it on your own
- You have the knowledge and the time, but you lack the desire
- You have the knowledge, time and desire, but your family do not
If you are one of those and would like to engage my services for Financial Planning and Investment Advice, you may email me at email@example.com or use the contact form below: