How to Connect With 4 Generations of Clients
Ivy Funds takes a look at the formative experiences that have shaped traditionalists, baby boomers, Gen Xers and millennials.
Monthly Client Calls May Be Too Much: Study
SEI’s latest Futurewealth research addresses how frequently high-net-worth investors want to communicate with their advisors and what they want to talk about.
4 Must-Ask Questions for Advisors' E-Signature Providers
E-signatures offer many benefits to advisors, their partners and their clients—but choose your vendor wisely.
Ordinary Americans Shouldn’t Need a Ph.D. in Finance to Retire
Morningstar spotlights research on the behavioral barriers that derail Americans from saving for retirement.
10 Myths About Risk Tolerance and How to Accurately Measure It
There are many myths about risk tolerance and how it can be applied in financial planning. Two authors from FinaMetrica clear up the confusion.
SEC Warns of Advisors Duping Investors With Fake Credentials
The SEC warned investors Wednesday to perform thorough background checks and brought two actions against advisors for falsifying credentials.
Why It’s So Hard for Brokers to Act in Clients’ Best Interests
A study covered in "Freakonomics" confirms: There is more money to be made taking advantage of investors than there is acting in their best interest.
Women Have More Positive Experiences, Negative Emotions About Retirement
Women have more positive experiences in retirement but are also more stressed than men, according to a recent study by MassMutual Retirement Services.
Viewing Financial Planning Software From a Client’s Perspective
One benefit of eMoney: clients can easily and quickly create their own websites, then customize its content.
SEC Charges Advisor With Bilking Retired Teachers, Police Chief, Pastor
The Miami-based advisor of the Sterling Investment Fund must pay more than $748,000 in disgorgement and face criminal charges, the SEC says.