Tech Tools to Help You Better Know, and Serve, Your Clients
With image recognition tech tools, some available now for free, advisors can truly know their clients far beyond the superficiality of risk questionnaires.
Is the Future of Financial Advice as Dim as Millennials’ Finances?
They’re saddled with debt, including short-term loans, and financially illiterate. So how can they replace your boomer clients?
How to Stop Clients From Making Emotionally Driven Decisions
As advisors, we are all in the business of providing peace of mind to clients. Here’s what I’m telling clients now about the markets.
Economists Can Tell You What You Should Want
Behavioral economists have made a lot of progress in disabusing their colleagues that humans are perfectly rational. That approach, though, goes only so far.
Economy, Benefits Top Military Voters’ Concerns
Military voters, like many voters, are focused on the economy, according to the First Command Financial Behaviors Index.
Consumer-Driven Health Plans Drive Cost Consciousness: EBRI
CDHPs appear to be effective ways to encourage cost-conscious behavior among participants, according to EBRI.
4 Uncommon Advisory Fee Structures
AUM fees aren't one size fits all. How should advisors charge for small accounts? Should they charge a financial planning fee? SEI weighs in.
What’s Pushing Risk Assets Lower?
Providing clients with insights on the markets can calm fears and minimize losses.
Retirement Plans Will Be ‘Next Evolution’ in ESG Investing
Following new guidelines from DOL, retirement plans will lead the push to spread ESG themes, says Gregg Sgambati of S-Network Global Indexes.
Galvin Charges Citizens Securities With Misleading an Elderly Investor
Citizens Securities, a BD operating within Citizens Bank, put an elderly client in inappropriate investments, the Massachusetts regulator said.