Andrew Marshall

Personal Finance, Retirement, Investing
“Andrew Marshall is dedicated to serving individuals and families who are looking for honest financial advice.”

Andrew Marshall Financial, LLC

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With an early love of finance and years of personal investment experience and success, it was while working for a biotech company that Andrew Marshall expanded his interests into retirement plans and more complex personal finance concepts. While searching for good financial advice, he realized how difficult it was to obtain correct, unbiased information and how others must be in a similar situation. This discovery, and the passion to provide effective and trustworthy financial advice, was the driving force behind starting Andrew Marshall Financial, LLC.

Andrew's research into the best places to work in financial services led him to join the Garrett Planning Network. He fully supports its mission of making competent, objective financial advice accessible. Andrew has completed the certificate program at the University of California, Irvine in Personal Financial Planning. He started his own Registered Investment Adviser firm in the State of California, Andrew Marshall Financial, LLC., so he can be fully independent and give his clients uncompromised advice.

Andrew Marshall attended the University of Kansas on a swimming scholarship, earning a Bachelor’s degree in Cell Biology and a Master’s degree in Molecular Genetics.  He has lived in Leucadia, California for nearly twenty years.

Andrew is a financial planner who loves working closely with people to develop personalized solutions in order to meet their financial goals and truly make a difference in their lives.  Coming from a scientific background has enhanced his financial skills, teaching him the value of scientific proof and how to review evidence before drawing conclusions.


MA, Molecular Genetics, University of Kansas

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I want to invest in equities, but I don't have much money. Is there a minimum number of shares I must buy?
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There are some companies trying to make the financial services industry easier and more cost efficient for customers to use. They are called "FinTech" companies and one of those companies that does stock trading without commissions is called Robinhood. There is a Robinhood app, and you and can learn more about them on their website.

With Robinhood, you can buy and sell stocks without paying the $7 - $10 commissions charged by other brokers. They have no account minimums to open an account. You can purchase as little as one share of a company. It is designed as an easy way to get started with investing.

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As a resident of Mozambique without a United States bank account, what are some strategies for beginning to invest online?
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What is the best time for someone to start investing?
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May 2017