Time Keeps on Slippin’
We fear the future and don’t like change.
Don’t Fear Social Media, Advisors Say
The “fear” over social media use has been “ridiculously overblown,” advisor, blogger and Twitterphile Michael Kitces told advisors at Schwab’s IMPACT conference, held in mid-November in Washington.
Kitces: Advisors’ Fear of Social Media ‘Ridiculously Overblown’
“A lot of what we [advisors] talk about on social media is far from what the SEC is scrutinizing," Michael Kitces said at Schwab Impact.
Devaluing Succession; People And Pay Pay-Off; A Kinder, Softer Planning Process: November Investment Advisor—Slideshow
What does an advisor have to do to ensure a successful transition with an internal candidate?
FPA Experience: The Young, the Famous and the Virtual
New to this year's FPA Experience: Sessions will be streamed and archived to reach a wider advisor audience, CEO Lauren Schadle says.
Evensky, Friedman, Mellan at Think Retirement Income Conference
A retirement planning conference kicks off Thursday with, we humbly submit, a difference: a program guided by top advisors who share their retirement planning secrets and challenges.
Staying Compliant With the SEC’s Anti-Testimonial Rule
The Investment Advisers Act of 1940 explicitly prohibits client testimonials. What does that mean in 2013?
Advisor ex Machina: The Rise of Algorithm-Based Advice
Corporate Insight has released a preview of research expected to be published in October that examines the effect of online financial advice startups on the industry.
Jobs Numbers Paint Unclear Picture for Fed Tapering
For market watchers looking for a definitive sign that taper time is coming, Friday's tepid jobs report wasn't it.
What’s ‘Fee Only’? CFP Board and NAPFA Diverge
Is 2% ownership of a BD really so "insubstantial"? The CFP Board and NAPFA take different tacks on issue flowing from the Alan Goldfarb case.