Fee Schedule

Fee Schedule 2018-08-28T15:26:15+00:00

A consumer-focused contract will specify what level of losses are Unacceptable. Examples: “If my account falls by 20% I will close the account”, Or “If my account falls by 15% more than the market, I will close the account”, or “I do not want to invest in ‘speculative’ companies, then define speculative companies; ex. ‘those companies whose price is X times their tangible book value or revenues, or whose LT debt is rising faster than revenues’ “. Or…

Our New Fee Structure

If the value of your account falls by at least -5%, but less than -15%, CPT will reduce its fee by 25%.

If your account falls by at least -15%, but less than -25%, CPT will reduce its fee by 35%.

If your account falls by 25% or more, CPT will reduce its fee by 50%.

And our fee stays at the new, lower, level, until your account has recovered from that loss!

Why would an advisor NOT charge less if they lose your money?

If your advisor is penalized for losing your money, wouldn’t he be more careful to avoid losses?

If an advisor will not show you his plan to protect your money from a crash, it may be because he does not have a plan to protect your money from a crash. What other reason could he have?

The Logic of Our Systems

If you can’t identify risks, you can’t measure risks.

If you can’t measure risks, you can’t manage risks.

If you don’t manage risks, they will manage you, and you will lose more than you know!

We have a logic system which we use to identify and avoid risks. Call us today.