There are so many differences between investment advisors and brokers that we made a SECOND podcast!
For 401(k) or 403b annuity advice, a fee only investment advisor, such as myself, could be very helpful.
Some of the topics we discuss in this second portion of the podcast include:
- How does Mullooly Asset Management manage money for clients if we are NOT with a brokerage firm?
- Why does Mullooly Asset uses a discount broker like Charles Schwab or TD Ameritrade.
- Why “assets under management” really matter to financial consultants, wealth managers, financial advisors, also known as stockbrokers.
- Why a Registered Investment Advisor firm like Mullooly Asset does not really stress where your assets are held.
- How did Bernie Madoff get away with stealing money from clients?
- Was Madoff an investment advisor or a broker – or both?
- Why who has CUSTODY of your assets is very important!
How can Mullooly Asset Management manage your 401k account (or your 403b annuity, or deferred compensation account) at work? But a financial consultant, financial advisor or stockbroker cannot.
Incidentally, you can get the first podcast here: Difference Between Investment Advisors and Brokers – Part I. You can also find our podcast on iTunes.
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