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Why should You Fear the word ‘Free’?

Most Indians believe that financial advice should either be free or in most cases, is not needed at all!

In fact, it’s quite common to come across people who will tell you that: Why should I take financial advice from anyone? I already know it and isn’t that difficult. My father does this and that. They can’t be wrong. And even if I do have to take advice from someone else, why should I pay for it? It is available freely.

When you pay for something, you are naturally cautious about what you are buying. However, when it comes to something offered for free, there is a risk of throwing all caution to the wind. Free investment advice may be one such area.

There are specialists who help us in many areas of our life - doctors, lawyers, architects, CAs, career counsellors, medical counsellors, physiotherapists, gym trainers, nutritionists, and so on. We also routinely take the help of a mechanic, caterer, drivers, travel agent etc. to make our life easy.

Some of these jobs we can do ourselves but others require special knowledge and expertise. For instance, if there is a problem with the car, most of us will be flummoxed. There is no alternative than to drive it to the garage and get the problem attended to. Without these professionals, our life would come to a grinding halt.

What we expect in such engagements is that the person concerned will act professionally and do the right thing by you. This is important in these relationships. These are relationships where there is asymmetric knowledge where one person (customer) knows almost nothing about the subject and the other is an expert (who knows virtually everything there is to know on the subject). In such situations, the customer has no other option but to trust the professional implicitly.

For instance, the garage informs you that the car air conditioner is clogged and requires cleaning or the brake linings have to be changed, we need to be able to trust them and go ahead. One has no other option.

The real problem with such free advice is that it isn’t necessarily coming from knowledgeable or reliable people.

Many feel that their insurance agents and mutual fund distributors are giving them free advice (as they don’t charge anything). But these people are intermediaries and are compensated by financial companies via commissions. So, there is always that angle of conflict of interest that one needs to be aware of. You don’t know whether what they are selling to you (as the next ‘perfect’ investment) is good for you or good for them as a commission-generating sale! As they say, you should never ask the barber if you need a haircut.

Each individual has a different financial outlook and different wants and needs. Free trial advisories may not factor in this individual risk-taking ability, resulting in vastly different outcomes of the investment decision. For example, two colleagues in the same profession but differing by 10 years of age may have varying ability to take the risk, with the younger professional able to take on more investment risk as he or she has more time to recover from any potential loss.

Similarly, two investors of the same age but in different professions may not view an investment option in the same way—a salaried professional may be open to investing in equity whereas a self-employed person may be less inclined to do so.

That is precisely why one should put in a lot of effort to find out the right kind of professional for every area. Once such professionals are identified, one needs to repose implicit faith on them and go ahead as per their counsel. 

Usually, the discovery of the right professionals is a time-consuming process. Also, the process of validating whether the professional has the requisite capabilities and temperament is difficult to establish for a normal person. That is precisely why most people resort to selecting such professionals through references. This means that someone has dealt with them and has had a good experience. That does not of course guarantee that it will work well in their case too; but it does indicate a certain level of maturity, service delivery capability and competence.

A professional may be competent and service delivery may also be good. The professional may even be good to deal with. But these are not sufficient conditions to evaluate and conclude that s/he is the one to go to. There are a couple of qualities which are important in a professional before they can be truly trusted. They are ethics and integrity.

Ethics and integrity are what set one professional apart from the other. This is what engenders trust and allows the customer to entrust the job completed in the secure knowledge that the professional will take care of them; that they will act in their best interest.

While every field has experts to go to who can be expected to offer unbiased, client-centric advice, the financial services area was marked by the absence of any such advisor. The only people who offered "advice" were product sellers. When they provide "advice" and sell the product there is an inherent conflict of interest. There is an inherent contradiction here when a product seller representing his/her principal is also donning the cap of an advisor. 

This is ironic as the financial services area is huge and the requirement for an ethical advisor is acute. A good advisor here can completely change the complexion of the financial future of customers. However, the truth is that there is nobody for customers to turn to when they wanted to seek advice regarding their money matters. They had to make do with product sellers masquerading as advisors thus far. 

Recognising this landscape, the Securities and Exchange Board of India has brought in a new class of advisors through its investment advisers regulations 2013, who would be fee-only, conflict-free & would have fiduciary responsibility. Only such an advisor can verily act ethically. This was a momentous decision for the Indian consumers in that they would now have access to a true advisor, who can advise in their best interests.

Consumers need to understand that financial intermediaries are not doing charity. If they are giving "advice", they get something out of the products sold. It is still fine if the product sold is suitable. Often, it is not. There lies the catch. 

Indirect remuneration can be a lot and hence costly for the client. Also, the allegiance of the product seller is with the product manufacturer, who pays them.

With a fee-only advisor, the products recommended would be the ones that are most suited to their situation. Also, they will be lower-cost versions of various products - direct mutual funds, online insurance etc. Today in every product, a commission-free product can easily be made available, as we as fee-only advisors can do. Our clients save a lot of money this way.

Customers need to understand that delinking the advice and the product sourcing is in their best interest. They need to choose the right advisor and pay a fee directly for good advice. Else, they will neither get the right advice, nor the products at lower costs. That would be the worst of both worlds.

Investment advisors are well within their right to profit from their expertise. Things can go wrong, however, if this takes the form of free investment advice designed to harvest short term gains.

Free trials by way of investment advice can open up vulnerabilities for the investor in his or her portfolio. For example, if the advice includes a lesser-known stock suggested for quick gains, the investor may even buy it without any analysis, for he or she may not know any better. The best investment advice will always revolve around a disciplined, rational, and balanced approach towards investment.

When the investor’s investment objective is not factored in, free investment advice can wreak havoc on the investor’s returns. For example, the investor may state that she wants “moderate returns at moderate risk”, whereupon the advisor may suggest investing in midcap funds without specifying which specific fund.

Returns on mid-cap equity mutual funds for 10 years can vary from as low as 8% to as high as 16%. This means an investment of Rs 1 lakh in the asset class can register returns anywhere from a high of Rs 4.4 lakh to as low as Rs 2.1 lakh during the period.

If the investor is expecting around 12% returns but chooses a fund at the lower end of the returns spectrum, she may end up with sorely disappointing returns. So while the free trial may suggest the right asset class, investors would do well to study the asset class in detail before taking a call.

Most investment advisors follow impeccable best practices while providing investment advisory services. Still, it is in the investor’s best interests to ask questions, compare recommendations and suggestions, and do their research and analysis before investing their money.

Suppose someone came to you and claimed you could earn 100% guaranteed every six months following their simple, proven, investment advice. Just plunk down the cash and watch your money grow.

Should we take the bait and invest? Probably not.

A smart investor would investigate deeply and perform thorough due diligence before risking a dime because above-market returns, guarantees, and “something for nothing” is all red flags signalling potential investment fraud.

They're marketing tools designed to make your greed glands salivate so that caution and common sense are forgotten.

Simplistic, one decision investment advice is just one step removed from the above scenario. It's the same thing, but it's less obvious because it's less extreme.

It's designed to appeal to the same human weaknesses of wanting simplicity when complexity is the rule, wanting certainty when risk is unavoidable, and wanting something for nothing.

Simplistic investment solutions should serve as a red flag triggering greater due diligence on your part because it's out of congruence with the inherent complexity of a competitive investment world.

The cost of investing in the wrong assets is very high too. Suppose you wish to save for some goal that is 20 years away. If you know your stuff, then you would agree that equity is a better option in such a case. But if your friendly and free-advice-giving insurance ‘uncle’ sells you an endowment plan instead, then you lose out big time. Such insurance products give just about 5-6 percent returns whereas equity funds deliver closer to 12 percent.

At a very broad level, money is there to help one achieve their financial goals. And to properly deploy one’s money between investments, savings and insurance, they need to know the answers to questions like ‘Am I saving enough for my children’s education?’, ‘Am I on track for saving for a decent retirement?’, ‘Do I know how much life insurance I need so that my family lives comfortably even if I were to die tomorrow?’. What happens if they can’t answer these questions? They will invest your money randomly here and there and make wrong financial decisions that will cost them more than just their money.

Not knowing whether you are investing enough for your goals and investing in wrong products results in you ending up well short of the requirements on goal day. And that is the biggest cost one pays.

The cost of ‘being wrong financially’ is very high in your personal life. And two major reasons for ‘being wrong financially’ are: I) Taking free advice from the wrong people, and/or II) Not taking advice at all

They say that knowing when to ask for medical and legal advice is very important. I would add financial advice to it too.

A good investment advisor doesn’t come free. But the cost of having a poor financial product (due to taking free or no advice) is much higher than the cost of professional investment advice. It can derail your financial goals and make it very difficult to catch up with your financial needs in later years.

And when you stand to gain more than the fee charged, the time is right to seek out professional advice. Just remember that a few important pieces of good financial advice can offset many years of the fee that you may pay.

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