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New research suggests that retirement planning should focus on savings, not withdrawals and accumulation targets.
The trend spells opportunity for advisors.
Other than the stock market, most indicators reflect a trough, not the early stages of a growth cycle. Here's what advisors should watch for.
A tip sheet for those who want to make their presence felt on the Web.
Is working without an office a viable business model?
What's published on the Internet about you might not always be favorable.
Getting at a client's true priorities should be an essential part of every advisor's efforts.
Many of the 600 attendees at the second annual Innovative Alternative Strategies conference came to learn how to use these investments in client portfolios.
OMYEN uses a couple of key tools to try and help financial advisors serve less-affluent clients.
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Schwab is undercutting competitors with low fees, but still faces a challenge in differentiating its ETFs from those offered by more established players.
Some observers believe currency should be part of a diversified portfolio. Here's what to consider.
Three advisors who protected clients from the 2008 market meltdown talk about what has happened in their clients' portfolios since then.
Most investors buy bond ETFs at a premium and sell at a discount, a dynamic that is an undeniable black mark on fixed-income ETFs.
The Schooner Fund uses hedging strategies to even out returns, and over the last three years that's helped it navigate market pullbacks.
The advisor and the client combine in a uniquely powerful and singular relationship. But does anyone truly understand the nature of our work?