A Minimal Investor is someone who… Understands the why behind every investment they’re invested in. Invests in the minimal number of funds needed for diversification. Reduces financial advisor fees to their minimum. Reduces expense ratio fees to their minimum. Reduce time spent thinking about and organizing investments to a minimum. Reduces taxes to their minimum. Read More
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