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Advisors are looking for quicker, cheaper and more innovative programs from their custodians to help their clients.
The 72-year-old Evergreen Balanced Fund gets a remodel from new manager Margaret Patel.
Pure Target indexes deliver simple sophistication to investors.
Advisors should carefully examine the guaranteed withdrawal benefits of some annuities.
But state laws vary, and many agreements haven't been tested in court.
Are the FPA‚s new regional profitability and compensation statistics more valuable to advisors than national data?
Two advisors build a fast-growing advisory firm by outsourcing just about everything.
Managers need freedom and flexibility to deliver superior investment results.
Still at less than 6% of total ETF assets, expect many more to pop up.
Growth might be a bright spot in 2008, but the financial sector still may take a big toll.
Big banks and brokers now realize the wealthy want objective advice, so they are buying successful independent advisory firms that offer it.
It‚s an obvious sign of inefficiency, and here‚s what to do about it.
Here are issues to consider when planning for internal succession.
Would you know if a senior client spent $100,000 on a diamond? Or had her heat and telephone shut off?
A 36-year-old computer geek who made $12 million on the 2002 sale of his advisor software company is back with a vengeance.
United Capital's Joe Duran must see ways to improve an advisory firm's business before he offers to buy it.
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