In season 4 Kirk Kinder, CFP explores the topics of inflation, the state of the economy and navigating a Bear Market.
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Well, the financial industry consistently ranks lower than politicians on surveys measuring trust and satisfaction. Think about that for a second. People trust politicians more than financial salesmen (let’s call them what they really are). Considering the U.S. Congress receives approval ratings below 20%, you can see the sales atmosphere of the financial services industry isn’t appreciated by Americans. Of course, Wall Street receives higher ratings than used car salesmen so the financial services industry has that going for it.
Great question. You might be skeptical because we are technically part of the financial industry. Our day job is at a financial planning firm. But, our firm is a fee-only firm (never compensated by commissions, only our clients), and we are legally bound to put our client's interests first (that is called a fiduciary, but that word sounds made up so we stick with putting clients interest first). So we don’t participate in the sales tactics and conflicted advice that has earned Wall Street its less than stellar reputation. In fact, our founder, Kirk Kinder, started the planning firm because he was a consumer of Wall Street.
Season 3 features Kirk providing valuable information on issues including long-term economic trends, how to trade your portfolio like a professional, and how to...
In season 2 Kirk Kinder, CFP tackles the topics of personal finance, debt, and investing during the pandemic.
In this season, Kirk Kinder, CFP gives you guidance and insight on matters such as protecting your identity, avoiding mistakes when selecting a college, and making...