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Abby Salameh

Super Mom, Power Pilates and anything covered in chocolate.  These are the things Abby enjoys, in addition to the financial advisor industry.  For over 20 years, Ms. Salameh has been intimately involved in the evolution of the advisor industry; from her early days at Sanford C....

I am Going Independent and Want to Gain Media Exposure

In the midst of conducting at least 100 tasks to go independent, don't forget to put together some press releases and contact local media to gain awareness for your new found firm!....More

Managers Who No Longer Eat Their Own Cooking

It can be reassuring when an investment manager has skin in the game—putting their own money into the fund they’re managing. Likewise, it is disconcerting to discover they pulled their money out....More

Conrad Teitell

Conrad Teitell, A.B., LL.B., LL.M., 98.6. Chairman, National Charitable Planning Group, Cummings & Lockwood, Stamford Conn. cl-law.com. For information about Conrad Teitell's publications and lectures visit ...

Conrad Teitell May 22, 2015

The Law of Charitable Pledges

Conrad Teitell offers a comprehensive guide to the laws governing charitable pledges....More

David Trainer

Trainer brings insight and transparency to research on stocks, ETFs and mutual funds.

Rating Breakdown: Best & Worst ETFs & Mutual Funds by Sector

This report focuses on my top picks and pans for all sector funds. I will follow this summary with a detailed report on each sector....More

Ryan W. Neal

Ryan W. Neal is an associate editor for WealthManagement.com. Originally from Sacramento, Calif., Ryan studied English and philosophy at UC Santa Barbara and found his way into journalism. After spending a few years in the Colorado Rockies as a...

May 27, 2015

Avoiding Digital Tools Could Threaten Asset Growth

The Aite Group identified a positive correlation between advisor firm performance and digital adoption....More
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