BEHAVIORAL FINANCE

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Breaking Binary Patterns Of Problem-Solving

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Our patterns of thinking can lead to self-destructive cycles. Here are some ways to break them.

Advisors Reflect On Their Worst Mistakes

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These advisors say that missteps early in their careers turned into learning experiences.

Life And Money: Seven Lessons For 2024

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As we enter a new year filled with opportunities, let us commit to serving our clients with diligence, honesty and clarity.

How Advisors Handle Their Most Difficult Clients

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Three veterans talk about managing fragile relationships with troublesome clients.

How To Attract, Not Chase, Clients

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Most successful financial advisors built their businesses by attracting clients, not chasing them.

After Student Loan Payments Restart, 1.4 Million Americans Risk Defaulting On Debt

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Analysts have been debating the impact on household finances and the economy as Americans resume student loan payments.

U.S. Consumer Long-Term Inflation Expectations Reach 12-Year High

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Consumers expect prices will climb at an annual rate of 3.2% over the next five to 10 years.

BofA's Hartnett Says Markets Outlook Flips To Greed From Caution

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Global stocks recorded $8.8 billion of inflows in the week ending Nov. 8.

Individual Investors Pull Most Cash From U.S. Stocks In Two Years

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The flight from equities coincides with a surge in money-market fund assets.

Share Of Debt Held By U.S. Consumers Younger Than 50 Rises By Most On Record

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Total US household debt grew by $228 billion last quarter to reach $17.3 trillion, all driven by younger consumers.

'ESG' Is Too Important To Ax, Investors Say

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ESG fund flows have showed signs of cooling against a backdrop of continued political attacks and disappointing returns.

'Inflation Stress' Is Undiminished Even After Inflation Plunged

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The behavioral and psychological effects of high inflation are still resonating throughout the economy.

The Price Of Money Is Going Up, And It's Not Only Because Of The Fed

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A rising natural interest rate will create winners and losers as it reverberates throughout the global economy.

Thanksgiving Dinner Costs Are Up Even As Turkey Prices Tumble

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Like turkey, not all Thanksgiving mainstays will cost more this year, but overall, the cost of serving holiday dinner is rising.

Muni Market's 5-Year Streak Of November Gains Is On The Line

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The November winning streak will be tested this year if the economy defies expectations and strengthens.

A Focused Approach To Financial Psychology: 5 Impactful Actions

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Here are five applications of financial psychology with the greatest positive impact on investors' overall satisfaction.

Investors Who Think They Know More May Pay Higher Fees

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But when their knowledge had been tested, their reported fees were lower, Finra says.

Keeping Your Clients From Fumbling A Financial Windfall

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How does sudden money affect people's psyches?

Global Real Estate Fundraising Slumps 71% With Rate Risk

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Office sales declined 20% in Q3, while industrial and residential building deals fell 3.2% and 6.3%, respectively.

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