Know What You Pay; Pay for What You Get

This is how it should be. But clearly it is not: Clients pay when markets go up and when they go down: They pay when their investments underperform the benchmarks and risk-adjusted metrics.  And they pay mostly without knowing how these add up.  Investor clients should realize that costs deduct from their returns, yet they do not lower the risks they are taking.  Buyers beware of the incentives structures they are exposed.


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