11 Most Read IRIS Articles of the Week!

1. Why Volatility Suggests Further Equity Weakness May be In Store

There’s been a tremendous amount of discussion among traders and market commentators about the classification of the current trend in equities. — Andrew Thrasher

2. Managing Risk Models in the Coronavirus Crisis

By understanding what went wrong, investors can develop a more forward-looking approach to risk management that considers multiple scenarios for a highly uncertain market environment. — Klaus Ingemann and Thomas Christensen

3. Are You Adding Too Much Value?

A classic problem of smart, successful people is Adding Too Much Value. This bad habit can be defined as the overwhelming desire to add our two cents to every discussion. — Dr. Marshall Goldsmith

4. How to Quarantine Your Practice Against the Fiduciary Flu

During this Covid-19 crisis, what skills did you draw upon so that you could properly serve your clients? — Don Trone

5. Financial Advisors Are Separating Themselves With Webinars

Have you thought about how you are going to communicate going forward during the COVID-19 crisis, as a financial professional? — Grant Hicks

6. Has the Market Bounce Set a Trap for Your Clients (and for You)?

The bottom of the market is characterized by “capitulation.” That’s where many investors throw up their hands and say “That’s it! I can’t take it anymore. Take me out.” And then miss a lot of the next bull market. — Stephen Wershing

7. Connect With Your Clients Through Storytelling with Stacy Havener

Despite having the odds stacked against them on an uneven playing field, smaller asset managers can set themselves apart by telling their story. — Permission to Succeed

8. A Viral Market Update: Mayhem with Multiples

As companies start to report their first quarter earnings, you are starting to get a glimpse of the damage created by the crisis. — Aswath Damodaran

9. Behavioral Economics and the Role of Liquid Alternatives

The period of fear, uncertainty and stomach-churning volatility we’re currently living through will eventually end. — Kelly Ye

10. Now Is the Time to Change the Conversation

Financial advisors should change the conversation by saying I have no idea what’s going to happen in the future. — Ross Marino

11. The Six Deadly Sins of Institutional Money Management

Six behavioural constraints impairing institutional money managers’ execution of a sound long term investment programme. — Mark Walker