A news release said users can search for advisers by geographical area, type of adviser, years of experience, minimum portfolio size, and other criteria. The Web site also provides resources for performing background checks on advisers.
Conversely, AdvisorFind is a resource for advisers who are seeking both clients with stock compensation and referrals from other professionals.
In their profiles, advisors can present their credentials and experience, explain their approach, link to their own Web site, and upload a headshot. Three profile levels cater to differing budgets: Basic, Enhanced, and Elite.
Once they have signed up, advisers can craft their profiles to:
- communicate expertise to the potential clients who visit myStockOptions.com every day
- attract highly qualified leads
- target client pitch by portfolio size, location, and specialty
- identify themselves to referring professionals.
More information is available at www.mystockoptions.com .
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