Financial advice can be given, by professional financial advisors, remotely. As it turns out, there are several mechanisms for providing such financial advice remotely.
The first mechanism for providing financial advice remotely would be through a blog or a website. We have seen some financial advisors setting up blogs or websites, where people – at a fee – post financial questions, and they get financial advice remotely.
The second mechanism for providing financial advice remotely would be through the phone. This is an approach that has been used by the financial advisors who work with the ultra-rich for quite some time, with what can be described as fairly good results.
The third mechanism for providing financial advice remotely would be through email. Indeed, it is to be expected that a financial advisor would, at the very least, make a visit to the Gmail sign up page, and follow steps like those enumerated at gmailcomlogin.biz to create an email account through which he or she can give advice to clients remotely. This is particularly important for a financial advisor who works with high net-worth individuals. Those are people who travel a lot around the world, and who therefore often need to procure financial advice remotely as they often make major financial decisions while traveling.