Are We a Good Match + FAQs

When I was a kid, I often heard the expression “there is no point in trying to put round pegs in square holes”.

It was only years later that I finally realised that there is no point trying to match with an unsuitable person in business.

As I explained in this article, when I started out, I wasn’t that selective. Times have changed, 8,000,000 monthly readers and countless clients later, I can now be quite selective about who I take on.

What do I expect from clients?

  1. Trustworthy and trusting – you would expect me to be trustworthy so I would naturally expect the same thing from you. Moreover, I really don’t have the time or energy to try to convince a cynical brain to be less untrusting and cynical.
  2. Loves to be efficient – time is money for you and me. I don’t want to waste your time, and I want to save you time by doing things online in a speedy way. By the same token, I like clients to take decisive actions. As the great football manager Sir Alex Ferguson said, if a decision is to be made, it is better to be made as quickly as possible, assuming you have enough basic information to make a decision. Procrastination wastes everybody’s time and energy.
  3. Meet the account minimums – You have at least $750 a month ($9,000 a year) or $100,000 as a lump sum to invest.
  4. You want a long-term relationship – not get rich quick
  5. You like traceability and transparency – What is safer ? Uber and other taxi apps where everything is traceable, or a normal taxi? The traditional business world often falls down on the “his word vs my word” fallacy, where there is no trace due to an in-person meeting. That is one reason why online has taken off. With investing too, it is important for you, and me, to have traceability and transparency.

So in a way I probably expect the same as you expect – to treat me in the same way as you want to be treated.

Frequently asked questions

In this section, I will deal with some frequently asked questions (FAQs).

Are there any restrictions on who can apply? American residents (both expats and Americans living in the US) can’t apply. Americans living overseas can apply.

Do you ever hold money personally? No. I use third party investment platforms. I am the advisor and not holding money directly. This avoids conflicts of interests.

What is the value added to your service compared to say a bank? Most banks overcharge, and have an “off the peg solution”. Most banks also both hold the money and make investment choices. This conflict of interest often leads to banks only offering their own investment funds.

Do you see your account minimums increasing in the future? Most likely they will keep increasing due to rising demand.

What kind of investments do you offer? Each solution is tailored to the indivdidual. In general I offer clients a good combination of low-cost ETFs and investments that most people can’t get access to direct unless they are multi-millionaires. Having a 80:20 combination of ETFs (80%) with 20% in more adventurous assets is a winning combination.

Where do most of your clients live and what do they do? I have clients in more than 100 countries and 5 continents for a simple reason; I can be incredibly efficient online due to technology. Clients come in all shapes and sizes; expats and locals and in different industries.

Do you have client recommendations – yes of course. Countless on Linkedin and on Youtube.

What if you get hit by a bus tomorrow? Your investment is safe as i never hold money and other staff members can take over.

Blog Comments

Hi Adam, i’m interested in investing with you. please send me the details. thank you
-Igy

Hi Yeow will do.

I am interested in investing. Please reach out to me on the requirements.

Hello. I am interested in investing. Do let me know of the next step. Thank you and looking forward!

Hi Dan – I will email you

Hi, Adam. I am interested in investing. Please let me know what is going to be done next. Thank you.

I will email you today.

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