BEHAVIORAL FINANCE

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Harry Markowitz, Father Of Modern Portfolio Theory, Dies At 95

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Markowitz's greatest contribution was finding that diversification lowers portfolio risk.

Pictures, Stories Can Help Advisors Serve Clients Better, Says Carson Group Exec

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Pictures and storytelling can help advisors better represent their clients' wishes and goals.

How Advisors Can Solve The Retirement Income 'Puzzle'

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Clients need to be taught the meaning of post-retirement income, says Jamie Hopkins of Carson Group.

Cost Of Being Wrong Gets Bigger By Day In Ever-Diverging Markets

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When different parts of the market send conflicting signals, who should investors believe?

When Retail Investors Are All Zigging, Is It Time To Zag?

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Hot markets, while seductive, can also be dangerous.

Remote Work Pay Cuts Send The Wrong Message

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Studies have shown remote workers to be more productive and satisfied, according to Sarah Green Carmichael.

Gender Roles Block Female Financial Experience, UBS Says

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A company survey found obstacles keep women from financial engagement, even if they're the breadwinner.

Americans Say They Need $2.2 Million To Be Considered Wealthy

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Yet 48% of respondents said they already feel wealthy today with an average net worth of $560,000.

39% Of Home Shoppers See A Seller's Market, BofA Says

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A majority of prospective buyers said high prices and interest rates remain a challenge when purchasing a home.

Personal Principles With Investing (Part 2)

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It's time to ask what money represents to people to get at what their values are.

Wade Pfau On Using TIPS To Reveal A Retirement Plan's Funded Ratio

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This retirement income planning strategy relies on simplicity and two numbers.

Clients Give Advisors Greenlight To Use AI, Morgan Stanley Says

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But they also want that advisor to be a human being, the Morgan Stanley survey says.

More Than A Third Of American Homes Struggle To Make Ends Meet, Census Says

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More households struggle with expenses now than did in the immediate aftermath of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Calming Client Fears With A History Lesson

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When market volatility puts clients in a panic, John Hancock advisors follow a reliable script.

Being Prepared For The Worst

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Disaster can take forms both meteorologic and financial. Advisors can help clients prepare.

Beyond Lip Service In DEI

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How is the financial advisory industry actually doing at improving representation?

Influx Of New Investors Was Not A Pandemic Fad, Finra Foundation Study Finds

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Investors are still opening accounts, although some prefer crypto and many lack baseline knowledge, the study found.

Half Of Millennials Own Homes. The Rest Fear They Never Will

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Those who've managed to buy a home are mostly in more affordable cities, according to recent research.

Financial Stress Rises Among U.S. Workers, Survey Finds

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John Hancock's is the second survey in as many weeks to mark degrading financial wellness.

U.S. Stock Bulls Ignore 100 Years Of Recessions At Their Peril

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History suggests that it's a question of when, not if, the stock market takes a tumble.

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