Asked by Anonymous
Asked on 21 Jul 2019
Saw on the papers that they are a few-only advisory firm. Thinking how it will be like, as opposed to financial advisors who typically earn fees from product providers. Anybody tried them before?
I gave some of my personal thoughts here on Christopher and the company as people. Structurally and professionally, I was very impressed.
You need to be of high net worth to pay for the fees, though. I can only assume you will get top quality advice because they take their end product extremely seriously - which you should since a fee is fixed regardless of affordability. You pay for results. https://www.moneymaverickofficial.com/post/money-maverick-vs-providend