6 Behavioral Finance Principles Advisors Need to Know
By applying the principles of neuroeconomics, advisors can take their practices to a new level, First Clearing and Cannon Financial Institute say.
7 Things Clients Must Know to Stay Solvent in Retirement: Evensky
Worried about running out of money before you run out of life? Who isn’t? Leave it to Harold Evensky to give it to you straight.
2012 Large-Cap SMA Manager of the Year Co-Winner: BRC Investment Management
BRC Investment Management's Large-Cap Concentrated Equity Portfolio is one of two large-cap SMA portfolios honored as a 2012 Separately Managed Account Manager of the Year.
2012 SMA Managers of the Year: Calm, Cool and Confident
The one thing seen among all of these winners? “Dividend yield,” says Gib Watson, president and CEO of Prima Capital, IA's longtime partner in choosing the annual Separately Managed Account Managers of the Year.
New Behavioral Finance Findings and Optimal Asset Allocation
A Swiss professor extends Kahneman and Tversky's research to explore how a client's aversion to loss is based on individual reference points and mental accounting, and the implications for advisors.
The Annuity Puzzle
Since at least 1965 and the seminal research of Menachem Yaari, economists have recognized that retirees should convert far more of their assets into an income annuity at retirement than they do