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Wealth Blog

Advice intended to help you better understand investing

This wealth blog is intended to help prospects and clients to better understand the risks and potential rewards of investing. Each post is the opinion of the author only. Use at your own risk.

Five Things to Consider When Choosing a Financial Advisor

There are five important considerations when you are choosing a financial advisor for your investment portfolios and your financial future. Promises, strategy, payment, time and experience are critical areas for discussion with any potential financial advisor. If the advisor isn’t forthcoming with information that you need, find another advisor.

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Why and When Robo-advisors Will Fail You

A robo-advisor may be good for many things, but they will not and cannot help you when investments go wrong or when markets turn bad. When markets turn down, your robo-advisor will inevitably fail you. You need someone who will take responsibility for the risks and results in your portfolio. If that person isn’t you, find the right person who can make difficult decisions and take appropriate actions for you. Robo-advisors just can’t do either.

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Bionic Capital - Disclaimer

Bionic Capital may only transact business or render personalized investment advice in those states and international jurisdictions where we are registered or have filed notice or are otherwise excluded or exempted from registration requirements. The purpose of this website is for information distribution on products and services. Any communications with prospective clients residing in states or international jurisdictions where Bionic Capital and its investment advisor representatives are not registered shall be limited.

Discussion of Investing Risks

The value of an investment may decrease as well as increase; an investor may not receive the amount initially invested, and income, if any, may fluctuate. The value of an investment may be affected by a variety of factors, including economic and political developments, interest rates and foreign exchange rates, as well as issuer-specific events. Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future returns.

Potential clients should primarily consider and rely on their understanding of their personal investment constraints and objectives, among other things before selecting Bionic Capital as an investment advisor. Some of Bionic Capital’s investment strategies are only appropriate for investors with a long-term time horizon. Contact Dean Erickson, CFA at 310-734-8500 for a discussion of risks.

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