Most Read IRIS Articles of the Week: June 12 - 16
Here’s a look at the Top 11 Most Viewed Articles of the Week on IRIS.xyz, June 12 -16, 2017
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Ask someone you can trust to tell you the truth about how you come across? How would they describe the reputation you’ve created for yourself? — Stacey Hanke
Delegation can improve your finances, reduce stress, and let you focus on what is most important to you. — Cameron Hendricks
No doubt, financial advisor marketing is one of the toughest games around. Unfortunately with the pressures of running your practice, the brand is something most financial advisors put last. — Sara Grillo
The busy summer travel season is here yet again, and according to forecasts, this year could set a number of new records for airlines and highways. Thanks to a steadily improving economy, rising gross domestic product (GDP), strong consumer confidence and affordable airfare and fuel costs ... — Frank Holmes
Many financial-services executives welcome the changes as a way to free themselves from the cost and burden of regulatory compliance, particularly around rules the industry fought hard to avoid. — Bonnie Clark and Ray Hennessey
As a financial planner I see many retirees make smart financial decisions and others make unfortunate, avoidable mistakes. Below is my list of the top 10 retirement mistakes to avoid. — Mike Eklund
With investment returns around the world declining, investors have increasingly been looking beyond traditional asset classes to diversify their existing portfolios and to potentially pick up incremental returns. — Yazann Romahi
Following are some of the most frequently asked questions about personal finance. Perhaps these questions are the same ones you have. If you have different ones ... — Michael Kay
The key is harnessing the power of social influence in a compelling way that connects authentic story-telling with brand and product interaction. This is a radical departure from the current media and eCommerce environment as consumers seek information when and where they want it vs. proceeding along a predictable purchase path. — Ted Rubin
If I asked you to make a list of your biggest financial mistakes, what would be on it? Overspending today and not saving for tomorrow? Taking on too much debt? Pulling your money out of a down market, or being guilty of too much hubris when the market was up? Investing in that “sure thing” that wasn’t so sure after all? — Lauren Klein
The study underscores what I’ve found to be true: that just because someone holds a license to engage in a specific service for consumers does not mean the person is competent. Licensing tests notoriously set the bar low for the entrance into almost any field. — Rick Kahler
Don’t Be Tempted to Persuade Your Clients
Recently, I've been seeing a lot of articles about Advisors persuading clients to move from active management to passive management. Persuading clients to follow the way you manage investments is a big mistake. Do this instead.
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