Here’s a look at the Top 11 Most Viewed Articles of the Week on IRIS.xyz, February 27-March 3, 2017
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Four Different Courts Have Upheld the DOL Fiduciary Rule. Is it in America’s Best Interest for Donald Trump to Kill It? Definitely Not! Then Why Does he Want To? Follow. The. Money. — Kathleen McBride
Thoughts are things. As true as the law of gravity, this is one of the fundamental laws in the universe. Whatever you believe with feeling, you bring into your life. — Mike Brooks
The investment industry is abuzz with talk of smart beta, and many are touting it as a revolution in passive investing. In reality, it is simply the latest iteration in an evolution of a 100-year-old concept. It offers, in essence, an improvement on the first and most important property of an investment portfolio: diversification. — Yazann Romahi
When it comes to time mastery, the villain is the lack of what I call “daily success habits.” Things you should do everyday, simple things, that ensure you accomplish your most important goals. — Robert Brown
As US equities continue their bull run, many investors are seeking ways to lower the risk of a downturn while maintaining, or even increasing, opportunities for growth. One obvious place to mine that opportunity is in the international equities markets. — Adam Patti
There are organizations that are really good at marketing who they are and what value they create. They have marketing muscle. There are others, on the other hand, who struggle to get their message across and are not contenders. — Roy Osing
When a boutique firm’s primary business is the institutional or high net-worth marketplace, some executives would rather manage portfolios than manage the product line of mutual funds. — Dan Sondhelm
There are a lot of risks to having financial success. One risk is spending too much. Even spending an extra $5,000 per year over your sustainable spend rate can have a significant impact on your long-term financial picture. — Grace Kvantas
Just imagine if you were the Director of Sales for a private jet company. Would that be a dream job? — Shep Hyken
If you’re superstitious, and even if you’re not, you’ve probably heard an axiom or two about bad things and the way they unfold. — Alli Polin
In general, networking to increase sales quickly can often be a frustrating undertaking. Many professionals join their local chamber of commerce or business-networking group, and are initially excited at the prospects. — Maribeth Kuzmeski
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Why Ray Dalio Is Wrong on Capitalism
Establish That Perfect Combination and be Unforgettable
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