What Do Monetary Consultants Do?

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You’ll be able to take a look at Monstrum at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCO6nDCimkF79NZRRb8YiDcA Attaining your monetary …

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  1. I would very much like to add one caveat… placing unquestioning trust in the forementioned job titles and labels such as certified, licensed, bonded, and insured can create further dangers for the inexperienced…it is not a game…the losses are real and can border on the catastrophic.

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  3. Most important: be in control and understand your own financial situation. Those people work for you and you should always understand what they’re doing and why.

  4. Ha Ha I describe my finances in a similar manner. But I use a castle: 4 pillars / columns (1) emergency funds (2a & b) two types of retirement funds and (3) other assets. I then wrap everything into a trust and an estate [moats] created by a lawyer that oversees the will and another lawyer that acts like a protectorate. Then I assigned three executors (financial planner / advisor, health and an overseer [King]) + one alternate. Then on the sideline of the round table I have an insurance advisor and a tax advisor.

  5. I work in the insurance industry, and it's great to see you mention insurance here! I think insurance is super important in anyone's financial plan. But I feel the general public do not understand it enough, so that may be a potential topic for your channel, like the different types of insurances and why you need them in different situations.

  6. I'm not going to give you a thumbs down, but I'm not going to give you a thumbs up either. You make outstanding videos, but this one fell short in my opinion. First off, a cartoon thumbnail? I didn't even click because I didn't know it was your video. Subject matter doesn't match a cartoon. Personally I avoid financial planners like the plague. We had our annual 401K meeting last week. It's sad how many people have no idea how the stock market and investing works. Secondly, just because people take an oath doesn't mean that they will abide by it. I went to a chiropractor years ago. I know that they take an oath too, but this slimeball was much more interested in taking my money than getting me healthy. He did help, but his plan for getting me better was 30% my health, 70% his financial benefit. A doctor friend of mine tipped me off that I should be wary, but at that point I was already signed up for multiple sessions for the following 4 weeks. Many doctors are taking kickbacks for prescribing specific drugs to patients even though they all took an oath. Why would I trust that financial planners wouldn't do the same with their financial products? The best defense is to be personally knowledgeable.

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