AE March 2012

March 2012

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Young people rarely meet the minimum requirements to become clients, but that doesn’t mean you can’t help this emerging generation of investors.

You help clients build wealth. Now, help them give it away

Four advisors reveal the costs of doing business

New findings in the burgeoning field of Neuroeconomics confirm emotions play a huge role in how people invest. Advisors look for extreme highs and lows…

Our clients are presidents, CEOs and board members who have already been prospected to death. So rather than be in a hurry to make a…

Mark Farris an equity owner investment advisor discusses the costs of doing business

Three advisors and an industry expert share advice for tracking the bottom line.

A bank advisor explains the costs of a bank-owned brokerage

Cynthia Kett of Stewart and Kett, Toronto breaks down the costs of doing business as a professional services firm

You suspect your client has money in multiple places, but you’re afraid to ask outright.

Antique musical instruments can play a role in a wealthy investor’s portfolio.

Market Insights

Just because an investor can throw $150,000 at an investment doesn’t mean they’re sophisticated and don’t need to look at a prospectus.

Use these five strategies to help clients get comfortable with calculated risks.

David Wm. Brown

Since the last quarter of 2010, most insurers have increased their prices; with some hinting at a third round of rate hikes. And the product…

Alternative Investments

Antique musical instruments can play a role in a wealthy investor’s portfolio.