We recommend Ken Fisher’s 99 Retirement tips with the following three caveats.
- For your portfolio, Ken Fisher can easily equal the market as represented by the S&P 500.
- He does need to get paid. Those fees will come out of your portfolio.
- Ergo, as in the past, Fisher is very unlikely to do better than the Monday Morning approach to investing.
The booklet has many useful ideas, however, when it comes to investing, you will be better off doing it on your own, following the habits of Monday Morning Millionaires. The earlier you start, the better off you will be.
How much better off?
A full year’s worth of income throughout your investing career!
Providing money management services to the insecure, Ken Fisher has become a billionaire. The size of the assets under management (AUM) and not the performance of those assets, has done that for him.
Remember habit number 2, that is, be a do-it-yourself investor.
With the habits of early Monday morning program, luck hardly matters.
We have designed the Monday Morning Millionaire Program to offer abstracted investment education. Over the last two decades, the program has outperformed over 90% of portfolios, including professionally managed ones.
The program does not provide any investment advice or endorsements.
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