Welcome to the first edition of “Tilly Tells All” — a short writing with straight-forward financial lessons.
Each lesson will only be about half a page and will take you half the time to learn something new and informative! Each post will have a direct link straight to our inbox — feel free to ask us any questions or provide any suggestions at any time.
Half as long also comes from a scene from my favorite movie, “A River Runs Through It” when Norman gets writing lessons from his father, a Presbyterian minister. His father “believed that the art of writing, lay in thrift.” Tilly earnestly agrees!
Here is a sneak peek of topics that Tilly will be discussing in the coming weeks:
- What’s the Difference Between a Financial Advisor and Broker?
- Why a “Personal Relationship” With Your Advisor is Overrated
- Why People Rarely Buy Stocks Anymore — But Really Should Be
- 5 Reasons Why “Assets Under Management” is a Bad Method for Fee Calculations
- Annuities: What They Are and Why They’re So Expensive
- Take Risks in What You Know
- Financial Advisory Industry Titles — What Do They All Really Mean?
- 3 of the Biggest Investment Mistakes Made by “DIYer’s”
- What are Hedge Funds and Should I Care?
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