I get a few emails every week asking for stock recommendations. So I ask a few questions to form the context of the person’s experience with various investment vehicles, track record, their ability and willingness to take risk. In many cases, at this point, I realize the person asking for advice on stocks has little idea of their current financial situation beyond how much they make each month. This short post will clarify and differentiate between three interlinked but distinct elements of the wealth-building process: Financial Planning and Investment Management (Asset Allocation and Security Selection). Financial Planning: “The Where” and
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