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Hi, I’m Jerry Broussard and thanks for checking out my blog.
I started this blog as a way to give back to the world through the knowledge I acquired by helping clients plan for their future for over 30 years.
Over the years I have witnessed many blunders that so called “investment advisors” have bestowed upon innocent people. Most of these “advisors” worry about how much commission they will make on the sale of a “product” rather than making sure that the investment they are suggesting is in the best interest of the client.
That is one reason I am a member and support NAPFA, the largest professional organization for fee-only financial advisors in the country. All NAPFA registered advisors sign a fiduciary oath promising to act in the best interest of their clients. This, I believe, is the only way clients should hire an advisor, by making the advisor sign a fiduciary oath.
I also realized with the growth of the internet and blogging that many investors can access information quickly and easily manage their own money. Yet I also could see that some people didn’t want to hire me, but could use some of my information.
So I decided to write this blog to help independent investors with no cost or obligation. If you find value in what I do and how I do it, and you would like to explore working with my investment advisory firm, Broussard Financial Group, simply use the contact button and shoot me an email.
I hope you find the information useful and informative.