The Technology Coach: Don't Get Lost in the Cloud
Cloud computing has attracted a significant amount of attention in the advisor community. Understandably so, since it offers plenty of advantages for businesspeople who have...
Janus to Combine Advisor, Retail Funds
Move reflects growing importance of advisor channel
Connecting the [Tech] Dots
Advisors attending TD Ameritrade's Institutional Partnership Conference in Las Vegas last month got a first look at AdvisorConnect, a new technology that links three leading industry applications and services within a single platform.
Build Your Own
Open-ended funds are so five minutes ago. Through the countless articles that slam such traditional investment vehicles in favor of the more liquid and less...
Posing the Proper PMS Questions
As an investment advisor, there are three pillars that support your practice: portfolio management, distribution, and operations. One support--operations--is uniquely tied to client service. Since...
Tax Resources on the Internet
For many advisors, especially those who are not accountants by trade or education, the federal tax code with its constant updates and private letter rulings...
THE GLUCK REPORT, Part III: Orion Rising?
For RIAs, the choice among portfolio management software (PMS) programs keeps growing. This month, we'll take a look at one of the newer offerings, from...
All Wrapped Up
As a broker at the largest wirehouse on Wall Street, life was fairly easy. My only stress and my single focus was to make enough...
THE GLUCK REPORT, Part II: Portfolio Management Moves onto the Web
The three PMS programs we reviewed this month, Schwab PortfolioCenter, Advisors Assistant, and dbCAMS, are desktop applications, but desktop applications are becoming less common. Most...
Domestic Equity Funds -- Mid-Year 2003 Review
Optimism Is in Fashion