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Technology was supposed to make our lives simpler, and it has – provided you have discipline and realistic expectations. One thing ...
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“Once an accident, twice a coincidence, three times a trend” is a rule of thumb among observers of political campaigns. That’s why ...
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Last Friday, Jason Zweig of the Wall Street Journal Street Journal wrote about fear and anger as the two dominant attitudes of Ame ...
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For the next two weeks, the world’s eyes will be on the Winter Olympics in Vancouver. Inevitably, we’ll focus on those  who excel ...
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Dan Richards
We’ve all seen the data on the percentage of assets held by older Canadians.  Research firm Investor Economics points out that at ...
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Dan Richards
Recently, I read a sales tip by U.S. sales trainer Art Sobczak, inspired by a New York Times article on how restaurants are dealin ...
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Dan Richards
Given today’s uncertain markets, many investors are looking to their advisors for guidance and direction, as well as useful insigh ...
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Dan Richards
The world has changed in all kinds of ways over the last decade. First, attention spans have shrunk dramatically. Beyond this, mos ...
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Occasionally, something we hear sticks in our minds and stays with us. When I was in business school in the 1970s, my finance prof ...
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A recent column in the New York Times about how to maximize the pleasure from vacations shed light on some recent conversations wi ...
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Last week’s post with articles to send nervous clients got a great response. In light of that, here are more articles from this we ...
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Robert Cialdini is a psychologist who has devoted his career to researching what makes people decide to buy. For many years a prof ...
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Dan Richards
Earlier in May, I talked about how advisors can be a resource to clients on some of their difficult personal decisions, not just t ...
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It’s often the little things that build deep bonds with clients. For most students entering college and university, this fall is a ...
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When dealing with anxious clients, many advisors find it helpful to point to articles from credible publications that support your ...
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