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By: Jon Stein, founder and CEO of Betterment
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If the amount of time the idea of diversification has stuck around is a testament to its worth, it is clearly invaluable to investors.
Before it's too late, these tips can help you detect whether you're working with a dishonest financial professional.
Some of the best tax strategies you should consider must be implemented before the last day of the year.
Here's how to tell if the fees your advisor is charging you are too high
The markets keep hitting record highs, but just how should investors prepare for the inevitable correction?
The 'brokers protocol' is in danger of unraveling, and investors should bone up on its particulars to safeguard advisor relationships.
The way you choose to receive professional financial advice could make or break your portfolio.
Although some investors choose between active and passive portfolio management, there's a third option incorporating both: core and explore.
Advisors are retooling, recognizing tomorrow's clients will have different priorities and preferences than their baby boomer parents did.
Here's an in-depth look at hedge fund conversion processes: the upsides, downsides and tax implications.
Advisors help clients make decisions to achieve goals, which is why it pains me to see the Protocol for Broker Recruiting unraveling.
Some advisors find it beneficial to include life counselors in operations, contracting with them or developing their own in-house.
Easy access to alternative investing options can get you into trouble if you don't take the time to learn about alts' unique risks.
As few as 35 percent of financial planners have a succession plan in place. Advisors at Schwab's IMPACT 2017 confab weigh in.
Access to private plays for accredited investors has increased, and some advisors use this as a point of differentiation for their practice.
No one knows what the future of health care will look like, but retirees can still plan for tomorrow based on things they know today.
With Americans struggling to save for retirement, employers should consider upping their company match program.
In light of recent scandals, it's time for financial services firms to actively work to win or regain consumer trust.
A lack of fear leads to "irrational exuberance," when investors pay no attention to the fundamentals of investments.