Most of the industry’s worst moments involve fixed-income funds.
Discovers Bonds Fixed income is where most investments reside.
The great bull market that everybody missed.
Get a better understanding of your clients' financial personalities and establish stronger relationships, says Michael Pompian.
Most utilities stocks are still fairly valued, but the market is not recognizing the value of several firms facing headwinds.
Why do back flips to qualify for a life expectancy payout that may soon cease to exist?
Today's password managers have a multitude of features that can benefit your client in their day-to-day digital lives--and even play a role in their estate planning.
Instead of trying to fit square pegs into round holes, let's rigorously enforce the '40 Act, suggests Scott Simon.
Some argue that lump-sum investing leads to better outcomes over time, but dollar-cost averaging is superior for prudent investors managing risk.
These tools can make booking client meetings more efficient.
Anchoring can lead to poor investment decisions. Here's how to help clients avoid it.
There are three courses you can take if you've contributed to a Roth IRA when you shouldn't have.
The Opportunity Zone program is designed to raise the economic vitality of thousands of struggling communities while providing a tax-break for capital gains.
Provide clients with a superior experience by helping them better manage the digital aspects of their personal finances.
Asking your clients that question about positions they're clinging to can help them overcome endowment bias.
Online collaboration tools consolidate ongoing business activities such as meetings, electronic communication, to-do lists, and project management in a central hub.
The newly issued SEC proposals lack bite.
Backed by Baird, Chautauqua sticks to what it does best.
Here’s what we know now.
Baron’s Cliff Greenberg on small-cap growth investing and a Grateful Dead cover band.
Figuring out the tax rules for retirement plans and IRAs is hard enough. It's too bad that some IRS forms make the process even trickier.
Advisors outsource investment management to focus on financial planning.
Apparel companies brace for competition.
Two studies cast doubt, highlighting need for industry to lead the way.
As new share classes evolve, we untangle their meaning.
The difference between “gee whiz” and a great stock.
An image problem obscures their advantages.
Removal from the investment process is nearly complete.
Searching in unpopular areas of the market certainly doesn’t guarantee success, but we believe it is a good way to find opportunities.
Here's a look at some of the software advisors are using, what they think of these products, and which new tools they expect to add.
Setting aside a small chunk of a portfolio for trading can help scratch the itch of overconfidence.
Track IRA transactions like a hawk, from start to finish, to make sure they are carried out completely and correctly.
How an old-fashioned checkbook can simplify the process of making QCDs from an IRA.
Broad and deep diversification is a prudent investment approach, no matter the market environment.
You'll convert far more prospects into ideal clients if your site is easy to use, transparent, and enjoyable.
Retirement doesn't need to be a full stop. Many are transitioning more gradually.
Here's a strategy for helping clients recognize and learn from their investment mistakes.
Industrial distributors stand up to digital competition.
Anne Lester of J.P. Morgan on meeting goals in a muted market.
U.K. advisor Alex Riley saw where the world was going and adopted low fees early on.
To reduce income tax, do what you can to limit the flow of items into the top lines of your tax return.
Research shows that asset allocation determines the vast majority of the differences in return across investment portfolios, but asset location plays an important role, too.
Advisors should focus on the human side of investing.
Helping clients manage emotions has a significant impact on portfolio returns.
The limitations of the advisor-as-educator role.
How broad and deep portfolio diversification produces a double-barreled benefit.
New research initiative focuses on why investors succeed—and fail.
Before the collapse, there is a “bacle.”
We take a closer look at the tools the government deploys and how they’ve worked.
How popularity connects classical and behavioral finance.