John De Goey calls out financial advisors for having a lack of ‘factfulness’ https://www.investmentexecutive.com/insight/letters-to-the-editor/letter-advisors-must-embrace-factfulness/ And more to be said in the attached PDF.
I recently recorded a podcast with industry expert Preet Banerjee. If you’re interested in the ideas in my book, but not inclined to bother reading it, I think it would serve as a good summary. https://www.buzzsprout.com/5821/1519315-77-john-de-goey-explains-how-to-standup-to-the-financial-services-industry
John De Goey of Wellington-Altus Private Wealth gives his outlook for the BMO US High Dividend Covered Call ETF.
ohn De Goey of Wellington-Altus Private Wealth shares his top picks: the BHAV, the VEE and the FLCI.
John De Goey of Wellington-Altus Private Wealth gives his outlook for the ZAG and XWD.
When we do financial independence projections, we take costs (both the cost of advisory fees and the cost of investment products) into account. My own personal and unscientific experience is that virtually everyone else in the business is distributing financial projections that ignore costs and that, as a result, significantly …
This is to advise that as of yesterday, I am the new Chair of the FP Canada Research Foundation Board of Directors. It’s my third year on the Board. I was Vice-Chair last year. We do some cutting-edge and applied research into Financial Planning for Canadians http://www.fpcanadaresearchfoundation.ca/directors.html
A piece about me and my new book… https://www.theglobeandmail.com/investing/globe-advisor/advisor-news/article-a-last-chance-for-advisors-who-favour-embedded-commissions/
STANDUP, a new book by advisor John De Goey, shows how expensive, active advice costs Canadians billions of dollars—and offers low-cost alternatives. by Jonathan Chevreau, www.moneysense.ca/