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Doctors are always telling their patients they need to eat less and exercise more; dentists drone on about brushing and flossing. For financial advisors, the mantra they are increasingly keen to deliver – even though few of their clients typically want to hear it, any more than they want to be reminded about their weight or their dental plaque – is this: “Save, save, and SAVE still more for your retirement!”
Global Index International prides itself on having the resilience to retain a long-term outlook in emerging markets while coping with short-term uncertainty.
The total cost of putting a child born today through a top four-year US university from 2032 through 2036 is expected to run to half a million US dollars (£318,000, €401,400) or more, according to various estimates and online college-cost calculators. Currently a year at a good US uni is running around $60,000, including living costs.
Wealth managers are supposed to make their clients richer, while ensuring that their retirements are the best they could possibly be. (Their clients’ retirements, that is, not their own.) This is, of course, our mission here at Global Index International, and one that we’ve been striving to deliver on for the past decade.
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