Posts Tagged ‘manager fees’

Audio Interview with Wendy Kowalik, Part I - On Fees

Audio Interview with Wendy Kowalik, Part I – On Fees

By The Banker | Audio Posts, Investing, Personal Finance, Texas, Wall Street

Here’s Part I of my interview with an investment consultant who charges advisory fees in an unusually (admirably!) transparent way. In Parts II and III to follow Wendy and I discuss the uses of insurance, the psychology of savings, and how to get rich slow. You can read the transcript but as always I recommend [&hellip

Who Killed Fund Performance?  We All Did!

Who Killed Fund Performance? We All Did!

By The Banker | Blog Posts, How Not To Invest, Investing, Wall Street

Essay Review of “Murder on the Orient Express – The Mystery of Underperformance” Once in a while I read something which crystalizes for me – with data and arguments better than I could hope to make – what I already suspected but hadn’t yet put into words. Charles D. Ellis writes in Financial Analysis Journal[1] [&hellip