November 29, 2018

#109 Chris Brycki

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Do you think Superannuation companies are taking advantage of Australians by having them unwittingly pay away their retirement funds in super fees? Chris Brycki thinks so.

Chris Brycki (LinkedIn: /in/brycki/ ) is the Founder and CEO of Stockspot (https://www.stockspot.com.au) – an online investment robo-advice company with a mission to help more Australians access expert investment advice and portfolio management. He’s also on a mission to do away with high fees, confusing jargon and lack of transparency which he believes is giving Financial Services a bad reputation.

In this episode, Chris sits down with Clayton and Ray from XY Adviser to discuss Stockspot’s annual ‘Fat Cat’ Report, why Chris believes super companies are experiencing diseconomies of scale, why Chris started a robo-advice company and whether it can be integrated with traditional Financial Advice and why you need an ‘edge’ when making an investment decision. XY Adviser Online Training Platform – www.xyadviser.com

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