For those who couldn't make Tiburon Strategic Advisors' CEO Summit, here are the 15 most interesting, salient or surprising data points delivered to attendees during the opening session on Tuesday, Oct. 8.
Ask any advisor what differentiates them and you'll likely hear the word "service" multiple times. The industry has gone through a tremendous amount of training on high level service and there are some excellent service providers out there. Here are the top 10 ideas to help elevate your service.
Despite $248 billion in net outflows since 2008, American Funds is still considered the darling of the mutual fund world, scoring the best reputation among advisors, according to a survey by FUSE and WealthManagement.com. Who's close behind? Here is a list of the top 10.
When it comes to switching firms, advisors must plan their transition carefully. It requires thoughtful planning, a desire to run and grow your business, and unwavering dedication to do what is right for your clients....More
Research shows that while the average age of financial advisors has gone up, the percentage of advisors that don't have a succession plan in place has gone up as well. Why don't more advisors have a plan, and how can the industry better prepare for the future.
The U.S. corporate high yield market has grown from $250 billion to a $2.4 trillion industry. High yield has proven to be a solid asset class for investors, over time producing comparable returns to the S&P 500 with approximately half the volatility....More
Why do we make decisions that aren’t always in our own best interest? This group of articles from the Investments & Wealth Monitor takes a fascinating look at behavioral finance and behavioral portfolio management....More
With the wind at their backs, sprinters have broken speed records. Similarly, the tailwind of a bull market has boosted the fortunes of equity investors over the past five years. In both cases, the pace cannot be sustained over a long period of time. Look back no further than the past 10 years for confirmation of the market’s lack of endurance....More