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This advisor‚s favorite pastime is saving marine mammals and returning them to the wild.
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Upgraded versions of Junxure-i and Workstation Office offer new capabilities and opportunities.
SMAs can be used to attract foundation and endowment work.
A look at separately managed account performance.
Wintergreen Fund's David Winters embraces the unloved and keeps management on its toes.
Is the security of guaranteed minimum withdrawal benefits worth the cost?
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Tenant-in-common deals exceed private REITs.
Planned giving hasn‚t cut advisors out of the picture.
Wave of privatizations suggests market still has legs.
Being a sole practitioner is great-until it's time to sell your practice.
Operational challenges come with offering advice.
Debate continues over law encouraging 401(k) assistance.
What we've learned about portfolio construction from the first decade of hedge funds.
Tax-sensitive funds are gaining new interest from investors.
Yale‚s Shiller predicts housing prices will drop–but he says no one knows how far.
Probably a lot sooner than you think.
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Are you ensuring that your clients address the ultimate planning issue?
The key is creating a strategic feedback loop so you know what your clients are thinking.
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If you want qualified potential customers sent your way, who will you call?
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