Here’s a look at the Top 11 Most Viewed Articles of the Week on IRIS.xyz, September 4-8, 2017
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What is “biological age,” exactly? It’s ill-defined, but we know that we all age at different rates. Some 60 year olds have the physiology of 40 year olds, while other 60 year olds may be on their deathbeds. — Brian Chen
With retail investors demanding for more complex asset classes and investments and increased transparency and control over investments, traditional wealth management firms, more wealth manage firms are joining the digital space and as a result. — FintechNews HK
A move for any team of advisors can be challenging, yet for whales those challenges multiply The movement of billion dollar premier wirehouse teams has become part of the industry’s new normal. — Barbara Herman
For all its complexities, Liquid-Alt investing can be reduced to this primary bet: the Liquid-Alt investor is forecasting that the implied volatility priced into a ‘trade’ is meaningfully different than its anticipated volatility. — Benjamin M. Lavine
Every advisor knows that volatility can wreak havoc on your clients’ psyches, and managing this “risk” or “sleep factor” can be challenging. — Chris Buck
What’s easier to sell: a service you know very little about and have zero regard for, or a service you are excited to share with others because you really think it offers value? — Maria Marsala
Facebook isn’t just for funny cat videos or seeing what your friends had for dinner last night. It’s also a marketing tool, and financial advisors can leverage Facebook marketing to generate a steady stream of ideal clients. — James Pollard
The single most important thing that will impact you and your clients’ futures is The Singularity. What is The Singularity? — Bill Bachrach
Highly successful financial advisors do things differently than their less successful peers. Tap into what they do differently in these 7 traits. — Annette Bau
Explaining the reasons why you’re “better” than your competition seems logical. However, it’s not always effective. — Maribeth Kuzmeski
How Advice Service Offerings Came To Make No Sense? In the not too distant past, most advisers were paid commissions.That meant they didn’t actually set the fee they were paid for their services. Instead, their revenue was defined by a third party; the product manufacturer. — Stewart Bell
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