As an investor seeking a financial advisor, you probably held multiple meetings prior to making your selection. You may have even searched the Internet for the best questions to ask a potential advisor. And ultimately, you made your choice. But now what?
You have trusted your hard-earned assets and retirement hopes to an advisor, and now you talk quarterly or annually about the price of oil, global currencies and interest rates. Perhaps you leave feeling confident in the advisor's intellect and firm capabilities, but what about your financial future and your retirement goals?