One of the most challenging conversations for a financial advisor to have is getting a married couple to agree on a financial plan. Husband and wife may have very different views on risk, as well as spending and saving priorities.
One of the most challenging conversations for a financial advisor is getting a married couple to agree on a financial plan. Husband and wife may have very different views on risk, as well as spending and saving priorities.
After pulling through the financial crisis, smaller family offices in particular are taking a hard look at their future. And they are realizing that while they may not want to, nor have to, close up
shop, they also may not be able to thrive in a challenging environment of uncertain markets and more complicated regulations—unless they change something about the way they operate.
Investors face continued volatility in the remainder of 2015—but there’s an upside too. In this mid-year outlook, the experts at Janus Capital Group share investment insights and strategies to help you navigate the months ahead....More
Our research research shows that two screens have helped achieve better outcomes – low expenses and high manager ownership. Funds sharing these two characteristics have tended to outpace market indexes and the broader universe of active managers over time....More
The past few years have been turbulent for investors in emerging markets-particularly for those investing in local currency bonds. Andrew Keirle, portfolio manager for the Emerging Markets Local Currency Bond Strategy, explains why the recent volatility may present a compelling opportunity for long-term global investors....More
Are your clients' retirement plans flexible enough for life's changes? Clients want the best of both worlds—guaranteed lifetime income with upside potential and flexibility to adapt to changing life situations. There is a solution to meet these client needs from accumulation through distribution....More