The Key to Success Is Often What You Don’t Know
“It’s not the things we don’t know that get us into trouble, it’s the things we know that ain’t so.”
10 Ways to Engage Gen Xers
Angie Herbers, Michael Kitces and Cam Marston weigh in on how to reach this sometimes-forgotten generation.
5 Compliance Approaches That Chase Away Advisor Talent
Compliance departments often treat well-established advisors with good compliance records like teenagers.
The Human Side of Financial Planning: George Kinder Talks About Dick Wagner
“I don’t think that life planning as we or I know it would exist if it weren’t for Dick,” according to George.
Will Robo-Advisors Be Terminated?
The once great disrupters seem to have met their limitations. What should advisors expect from this technology now?
How Wealth Managers Can Identify the Right Cloud Technology
Although cloud computing is fast becoming the norm in IT, many people still have trouble defining “the cloud.”
Dick Wagner and the Need to Understand Clients’ Attitudes About Money
One of Dick’s lifelong interests was the role and meaning that money has in people’s lives, Bob Clark says.
New York RIA Registration Quirks
State investment adviser regulations can vary rather dramatically from state to state. Yet New York's regulatory regime stands out as perhaps the quirkiest.
Set Up to Fail: Bosses Create Problem Employees More Often Than You Think
I can’t tell you how many times an owner-advisor client has come to me about an employee who is “not working out.”
Do Too Many Rules Really Lead to Bad Advice?
Regular readers will probably not be surprised that I have a few problems with Don Trone’s take on United Airlines and the “Fiduciary Paradox.”