5 Don’ts of Investing That Will Minimize Your Risk of Loss

Don’t invest where high upfront commissions are required

With investments that charge hefty upfront commissions, your financial advisor has no incentive to provide ongoing support and service to you once the investment is final. This is the perfect recipe for a bad investment.

Examples include investing in variable universal life (VUL) insurance, broker-sold annuities and “A” share mutual funds. The only exception to this is a paying commission to a realtor.

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