Today’s inflation is accompanied by many characteristics typical of past inflationary periods, such as supply shortages, surging commodity prices, and a tight labor market.
This paper introduces market barometers that are based on measurable and persistent investor behavior.
Baby boomers supercharged the economy with demand for housing and consumption goods; now millennials are setting the economy up for a surge in home equity as stocks and bonds are setting up to take a hit.
Emotions can be heightened during a crisis like the pandemic, so advisors need to be ready to help founders, families, and newly wealthy individuals focus on their relationships with people, planet, and community.
Geopolitical and macroenvironmental forces are driving changes in high-net-worth-individual status and behavior and shaking up wealth management industry dynamics.
Social media is the ultimate tool for creating profiles that best present advisors’ personal and professional attributes.
Wealth managers will be able to succeed in the years ahead only if they know how to effectively serve female clients.
An analysis of demographic groups and how they differ regarding financial well-being, attitudes, and life circumstances can open new opportunities for advisors.
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Delaware Life Marketing’s Val Sender, Associate Director, and Jeng Chiu, Vice President of National Sales Consulting, answer the most common questions they receive from financial advisors and address the most common Social Security myths. Important Disclosures (delawarelife.com).
Herman Brodie, the founding director of Prospecta Limited and author of The Trust Mandate, discusses how investment advisors can build trust with their clients and how investment advisors can address two key behavioral issues of great concern to their retired and soon-to-be-retired clients.
Liz Ann Sonders, managing director, chief investment strategist, Charles Schwab & Co., discusses the most important takeaways for advisors and investors in light of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the Fed increasing its benchmark federal-funds rate by a quarter percentage point to a range between 0.25 percent and 0.5 percent.
Robert S. Keebler, CPA/PFS, MST, AEP (Distinguished), a partner with Keebler & Associates, LLP, discusses the reasons why 2022 may be an especially effective year to consider a Roth IRA conversion.
Jonathan Pain, author and publisher of the widely read investment newsletter, The Pain Report, talks with host Robert Powell about Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, its impact on the global economy, and how advisors might reposition their clients’ portfolios given the current state of affairs.
The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania Professor Peter Conti Brown shares why advisors need to deprogram their idea of ethics and separate it from legality. By doing so, he believes advisors can unlock tremendous value by exploring what he calls 'grey areas.'
This month’s Washington Insights column examines the recently proposed rules by the Securities and Exchange Commission that would tighten the rules requiring disclosure of environmental, social, and governance factors used in mutual fund names and in Form ADV disclosures by registered investment advisers.
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