In the many years as a registered investment adviser operating under the fiduciary standard helping families achieve their financial goals, Richard L. Evans has learned that the difference between investment success and mediocrity or even failure depends on investors asking a few key questions before seeking investment advice.
The Fiduciary Standard
Just like the ancient mariners used sextants to chart direction, advisers registered under the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 use the fiduciary standard to guide investment decisions, where the interests of the clients are first and foremost. If your financial person is not operating under the fiduciary standard, you are shortchanging yourself.
Honest Investments For Desired Returns
Richard L. Evans Investment Management, LLC
Registered Investment Adviser