My advisor will not share information about what companies to invest in; is this reason to find a new advisor?

I have had a simple IRA account since April 2017. My original financial advisor was not a good fit so I found another one. My current advisor will not provide any information about how to invest in different companies. I'm new to investing and want to learn more about investing in various companies. How do I go about this? Should I find another advisor?

Investing, Choosing an Advisor
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1 week ago
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I think it is very important to work with a financial advisor with whom you can connect and communicate effectively. Personal finance is well "personal", I think it's important to think about what you value in a financial advisory relationship. You can also ask friends and family for referrals. Finally, you can visit any of these sites to find a Certified Financial Planner in your community.

www.letsmakeaplan.org

www.napfa.org

www.plannersearch.org

These sites will also have questions for you to ask when you hire another financial planner.

Good luck to you.

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