GREENSBORO, N.C. – There is no shortage of information to find on the internet, and that’s part of the problem for people trying to make the right investment decisions.
“There is an overabundance of information, so much that it can make your head spin,” Patrick Rush, CEO of Triad Financial Advisors and the ForbesBooks author of “Gain Big and Give Back: Financial Planning with Intention,” said.
The solution to this information-overload issue isn’t always to hire a financial professional, Rush said, because picking one who is working more for their own benefit rather than that of their clients can lead down the wrong path.
“The key is first educating yourself in the fundamentals of financial planning,” Rush said. “The wealthiest Americans have grown their fort