What makes a broker successful? Age, experience, years at one firm, education--the more of all those things, the better. One other helpful hint: It's not where you work, but how you work that is important.
Pending legislation could clear the way for advisors with 401(k) business to sell financial advice to plan participants. On May 14, the House of Representatives passed the Pension Security Act of 2003, the first step to opening the door for 401(k) plan providers to offer investment advice.
Investors tend to look at portfolio risk in terms of geographic exposure or asset classes—but that's not always an accurate gauge. Taking a broader view of risk assessment can provide a better sense of how the portfolio will perform in volatile markets....More
When practitioners meet with clients who are near death, they're tasked with making valuable contributions to the client's estate plan within a limited time frame. Using a 20-point checklist, our speakers will outline how eleventh hour planning may help clients achieve favorable outcomes for their beneficiaries and avoid missing valuable opportunities....More
You'll discover the ways ETFs allow you to construct more nimble and unique portfolios for your clients, based on a sector approach to the market. Marc Chaikin, creator of Chaikin Money Flow, demonstrates how to find trends in equity sectors—and use ETFs to construct strong client portfolios....More
This complimentary webinar will explore the National Association of Estate Planners & Councils model for collaboration, as articulated in a recently released white paper, "High Performance Teaming and Professional Collaboration", and the 5 critical best practices our speakers have observed in teams who collaborate most effectively....More