Behavioral Finance – What's Next?

The exponential increase in interest in behavioral finance over the last few years owes to a number of factors, not the least of which are the “bubbly” financial backdrop against which new research has played out and the lovable quirks of its most prominent researchers (Be honest, would you rather have lunch with Dan Ariely or Eugene Fama? Yeah, I thought so).

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How to Find a Niche

Tired of taking on the world? Specialize in one area, not three, and then drill deep. Our panel of experts help financial advisor David Adams see his best answer to stand out may be tapping into his hometown’s hottest industry.

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Half Of Advisors Feel Out Of Control

Half of all financial advisors feel they are at least somewhat or completely in control of their businesses and their time, leaving the other half to feel varying degrees of being out of control, according to a new FPA study.

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For Morgan Stanley, Playing it Safe Pays Off

April 17 (Reuters) - A year ago, soon after Morgan Stanley posted disappointing quarterly earnings, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer James Gorman told board members the bank was on the right track and investors who sold shares had made a mistake.

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