So Bogleheads are circilng the wagons to defend RIck Ferri. After a seemingly innocuous post, I was banned quickly. I pointed out that in fact, Mr. Ferri's fee structure is similar to most fee-only advisors. And that his claim of .25% is a little shady.Here is the post:"So maybe this is the place to post this:It seems all investment advisors (including ONE NOT TO BE MENTIONED) charge similar fees.Take for example, a hypothetical, LOW-COST firm that charges .25% with a minimum of $500 per quarter. In effect, any portfolio less than $800k will be charged more than .25%.At 100k, this fee is 2%. At 200k, this fee is 1%. At $400k, this fee is .5%.Is this still low-cost money management? In order to achieve this .25%, you must have 800k in portfolio.Isn't this similar to other advisors fees?"That firm is Rick Ferri's Portfolio Solutions.