Finding a “Good Advisor”
Thank you for your interest in finding a “good advisor” in your local area.
Most people who read Bad Advisors will know in no uncertain terms that many, if not all, of the their past and current advisors are “bad advisors.”
Most people who read Bad Advisors will want to find a “good advisor” to help them grow and protect their wealth.
Readers will be armed with the knowledge to go forth and interview new advisor until they find one that would be considered a “good advisor.” However, most people will not want to go through the process of interviewing 10-20 different advisors in hopes of finding one that would be considered a “good advisor.”
Help finding a “good advisor”
If you don’t want to take days, weeks, or even months of your time to find a “good advisor” in your local area, you can find a “good advisor” by filling out a form on this site.
I’ve trained thousands of advisors and I’d be happy to refer you to a “good one” in your local area you can work with. You should feel free to use what you learned from my Bad Advisors book to interview any advisor that I recommend to you.
Click here to sign up so I can forward you the name of a “good advisor” in your local area, please click on the following link:
If you have any questions before signing up to find a “good advisor” in your local area, please feel free to e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org or give me a call.
Roccy DeFrancesco, J.D.
Founder, The Wealth Preservation Institute
Co-Founder, The Asset Protection Society