Money Trumps Love as Millennials’ Biggest Worry: BMO Survey
Millennials’ lack of financial literacy is a major impediment to meeting financial goals, BMO reports.
Middle-Income Americans Desperately Need Financial Advice: Financial Finesse
Cynthia Meyer, a financial planner at Financial Finesse, tells ThinkAdvisor about profitable ways to serve investors who don't qualify as high-net-worth.
IndexIQ Lowers Fees for 3 Currency-Hedged ETFs: Portfolio Products
Also, OppenheimerFunds and Direxion add ETFs; Harvest and Foundation Source launch continuing ed programs.
Bond ETFs Are Hotter Than They’ve Ever Been
Inflows are rising along with the proliferation of new fixed income ETFs, including smart beta funds.
How RIAs Are Growing Assets as More Clients Withdraw Them
Jon Beatty of Schwab Advisor Services tells ThinkAdvisor what sets the fastest growing firms apart.
4 Ways to Keep More Clients
The battle for client retention is won, or lost, within the first two years of bringing them on.
Ex-Advisor to Spend 2.5 Years in Jail, Repay $437,000 to Investors
Stephen S. Eubanks pled guilty to fraud earlier this year after taking money from friends and neighbors in greater Boston.
SEC Chief Wants Public Input on a New Fiduciary Rule Before Starting
In his first major speech as chairman, Jay Clayton also suggested easing disclosure requirements for publicly traded companies.
Chasing HENRY, the Hottest New Prospect
Advisor David Edwards tells ThinkAdvisor how his firm attracts and serves clients who are "High Earners, Not Rich Yet."
How to Move Upmarket With Clients and Assets
A new Cerulli report suggests ways for advisors to identify mass affluent clients who have the potential to accumulate millions more in assets.