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And in our headlines segment, another advisor is going fee only… but probably not for the reasons you think. Plus, we’ll throw our the Haven Life Line to Nick, who wants to know more about what an “inverted yield curve.” Should Nick be worried? And in our letters segment, Erika missed out on really investing in her 20’s while she was getting her P.hD. and doing her post-doc studies. She’s making money now and is looking into getting a house in the next few years. Can we give her some help on finding a good advisor for her situation?
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- Nick wants to know more about the inverted yield curve, which he’s been hearing about in the news. Should we be worried?
- Erika was 29 by the time she finished with all of her schooling (including her Ph.D. and post-doc studies.) She’s about to become debt-free and wants to buy a house in the next few years. She wants to hire a financial adviser, but every Erika has the impression the advisors in her area are looking for wealthy clients with built-up investments. What’s Erika to do?
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