Whether you are advising novice or experienced investors, it is critical to review their investment portfolios as part of the financial planning process. Particularly during times of uncertainty and volatility, a portfolio review can help you and your clients evaluate and confirm their strategy, ensuring alignment with their financial goals. This can also be a helpful tool to use with prospective clients who come to you looking for a second opinion.
This checklist helps guide your conversations with clients when reviewing their investment portfolios, and covers:
Updated for 11/15/2021
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