MAY 31, 2017 Journal in the Round - Behavioral Finance and Blending Theory with Your Practice
Please note that CE credit is only for the live version of the course, and not the recording.
Join May's Journal contributors Brad Klontz and Kol Birke as they look at the powerful research being done on financial psychology, zeroing in on the practice-oriented techniques for planners to better understand, assess, and intervene in helping to shape the client financial beliefs and behaviors that can improve their financial and overall well-being.
Cover Story by Kol Birke, CFP®
Explore some research-backed concepts and techniques on how people change.
by Mitch Anthony and Steve Sanduski, CFP®
The old way of quantitative advice is dying a quick death.
by Sonya L. Britt, Ph.D., CFP®; E. Jeffrey Hill, Ph.D.; Ashley LeBaron; Derek R. Lawson, CFP®; and Roy A. Bean, Ph.D.
Determine how spending personalities contribute to financial conflict between partners and learn some strategies to potentially reduce those conflicts.
FINRA 2017 and SEC 2017 Priorities Letters say the use of social media and other electronic communications are playing an increasingly important role in the securities business, and as a result your firm's compliance procedures and controls need to be aligned.
The world of research in the financial industry is undergoing a fundamental change. The promise of “big data” has helped foster a new era of innovation, as investors seek to harness this newfound potential to their advantage.
It’s time to end the “transactional” approach to estate planning. Learn how your employees can work with clients on a regular basis to ensure satisfaction with both their estate plan and your firm.