Here’s a look at the Top 11 Most Viewed Articles of the Week on IRIS.xyz, June 11-15, 2018
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Regulators, politicians, consumer groups, product manufacturers…competing business models that look to bypass advice entirely….all of them are making a lot of noise about how advice delivery can be improved. — Tony Vidler
If you’re like any of the financial services firms that we work with, you’re busy: busy chasing down leads, building new products and business lines, meeting with vendors and partners, executing on your marketing strategy—in other words, you’re busy running your business. — Alexandra Levis
“My cardiologist is so good, I can never get in to see him.” People want what they can’t have. One of the reasons clients don’t send referrals is there’s no sense of urgency. — Bryce Sanders
A white paper is a persuasive, authoritative, in-depth report on a specific topic that presents a problem and provides your solution. This is an important part to practice, as a white paper can establish credibility, and attract more traffic to your website and services. — Kirk Lowe and Matt Halloran
There are many times in life when we find ourselves in a position where we need to make a life-altering decision. Whether you consider yourself pragmatic or not, it can be hard to remain focused on what really matters most. — Mindy Diamond
Whether purchasing your first home, your “forever home,” or even your retirement home, the questions looms: when should I buy? Considering interest rates are on the move, it’s a natural question and one worth addressing. — Andrew Rosen
Looking fear straight in the eye— it’s not something most of us are comfortable with, but it’s a challenge that you can realistically become comfortable with. — Deborah Goldstein
This week we sit down with former-NFL player Marques Ogden. After his career in professional sports, Marques experienced fast success and failure within the construction industry. — Lauryn Williams
There are few common denominators that cause advisors not to grow their businesses. One of them that I run across frequently is having to get things perfect first, then I can go ahead and build my business. — Joseph Lukacs
The story Ruth told me had to do with a client that called up and wanted to stop all his monthly contributions while the market was down, and start again when the market was going up. — Don Connelly
Obviously no one can predict when a life event will occur: divorce, death of a spouse, forced retirement, or job loss. But being prepared financially for whatever happens can be one less trauma to deal with at a difficult time. — Lynn S. Evans
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