FPA annual confab attracts 3,000 to San Diego
All In Your Head
Albert Einstein once reportedly said, "Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I'm not sure about the former." While the great...
To Learn More About Behavioral Finance . . .
BOOKS Advances in Behavioral Finance by Richard Thaler (Russell Sage Foundation, 1993) Against the Gods: The Remarkable Story of Risk by Peter L. Bernstein (John Wiley & Sons, 1996) Choices, Values,...
On the Bubble
The diversity of interests and geography and business models exhibited by advisors makes it a daunting task to choose just 25 "most influential" people. In...
Advisors face a conundrum. They must help clients plan for a future that is, by definition, unknowable. Moreover, preparing a financial plan to deal with...
Keeping the Faith
Since its earliest colonial days, America has had a complicated and often ambiguous relationship with matters of religious faith. A number of the first colonies...
The stock market's instability, coupled with corporate accounting scandals, have caused investors' confidence to drop to an all-time low. But independent investment advisors have become...
What Advisors Are Telling Clients
With markets in turmoil, read what the pros are sa