Post-COVID Risks From Outdated Institutional Models

Post-COVID Risks From Outdated Institutional Models
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Investors taking huge risks using outdated and obsolete institutional investing models post-COVID

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According to the S&P 500 index, a part of the Dow Jones indices of the U.S. stock market, the index has had an annualized average return of around 10% for the last 80 years. However, that number is much lower for the average equity fund investor who only earns a return of 5.19%.

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One of the main reasons for this difference lies in the fact that the typical model of investment in the United States is outdated and obsolete.

The Use Of Outdated Institutional Models

To make matters worse, do-it-yourself investors rely on Artificial Intelligence programs whose algorithm is based on the same unreliable, outdated institutional models.

Current Concerns Investors Are Facing

  1. The economy has not recovered but the market is acting like it has—people don’t understand this. When will these meet and what does this mean for investors?
  2. Should people be investing in index or individual stocks right now? Potentially a massive tax increase is on the horizon from all the money we have to pay back—how does one calculate this in one’s financial plan?
  3. The Federal Reserve has brought interest rates to 0%, but what will this mean in the future in terms of inflation?
  4. 85% of investors do not use financial planners. In order to justify paying three to four times as much as a robo-adviser, the human financial advisor has to be able to connect with their clients on a human level, with human-centered financial planning tools.

“Jeffrey Mount, 25-year financial veteran, will relay the dangerous precedent COVID-19 has set for do-it-yourself investors—and will reveal how antiquated methods of investing currently being used are NOT based on current volatile changing conditions to give investors real data in real-time,” JOTO PR Disruptors CEO and Chief Strategist Karla Jo Helms said.

How to avoid this risk and stop relying on antiquated institutional model of investing post COVID  will be the focus of an upcoming press conference presented by Anti-PR agency JOTO PR Disruptors.

CEO and Chief Strategist Karla Jo Helms will host “Top COVID-19 Summit Quarantined Press Conference—Pivot Series”  with presenter Jeffrey Mount, president of Real Intelligence, LLC.

The press conference will take place Thursday, September 17, at 2 p.m. To register for the press conference, click here or visit


About Real Intelligence LLC

Real Intelligence LLC is the brainchild of entrepreneurs and industry experts Jeffrey Mount and Mike Helgesen. With 55 combined years of industry expertise and the alliance of both their AI inventions: Dynamic Mapping and training program, Essential Family Office—Real Intelligence LLC is poised to offer a complete essential tool kit to the next generation of elite Financial Advisors.  To Learn more visit:

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