How to (Legally) Settle Disputes With Clients
These are the essential points in resolving a client dispute without suiting up for court or arbitration.
Americans’ Financial Satisfaction Dips Slightly in Q4: AICPA
But the accounting group's report still found satisfaction was up from a year ago.
How President Trump’s Conflicts Can Help RIAs
The issues around the president's conflicts of interest can serve as a wake-up call to clients unaware of their broker's conflicts.
What Morgan Stanley, Wells Fargo and Merrill Lynch Have in Common
For one thing, they are all examples of why investors need independent advisors.
How to Choose the Right Words to Hook Clients: Pollster Luntz
GOP pollster Frank Luntz makes recommendations, which he has tested in his own polling research, for getting a good response from clients and prospects.
Half of Americans Worry About Rising Interest Rates: Survey
The chief cause for worry was the effect of rising interest rates on the stock market, Bankrate reported.
Why Donald Trump Has David Kotok Worried About the Global Economy
The investment manager cashed out of many stocks following Trump's election.
Active Management Isn’t Dead, but It’s Evolving: Vanguard’s Tom Rampulla
The managing director of Vanguard Financial Advisor Services makes the case for low-cost actively managed funds.
Top 15 Countries for U.S. Expats to Thrive
Living abroad helps expats more rapidly meet their long-term financial goals, HSBC says.
Kitces to Advisors: Don’t Fear Robos
Technology, not robo-advisors per se, is transforming the advisory business, says industry blogger and wealth manager Michael Kitces.