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November 8th, 2019 by Chris Shuba
“Oftentimes Estate Planning conversations come up when the parents are 70+, 80+ and now the kids are 50+, 60+ and already have established Financial Advisory relationships. Getting in there early is not only providing a great service for the parents, but now getting to know of those kids earlier, I think adds a lot of satisfaction because you get to help them establish better habits early on and really drive a great relationship.” (Chris Shuba)
May 18th, 2019 by Joe Mallen
On this episode of Math Men on the Markets, Joe Mallen, CIO, and Nyle Bayer, CMO, discuss Joe’s Helios Wins Above Replacement (HWAR) whitepaper and its potential impact on advisors. In particular, Joe and Nyle explore the roles of advisors and how advisors can better create portfolios and add value for clients. They also address problems in the investment industry, including the tendency of advisors to actively manage funds.
May 3rd, 2019 by Joe Mallen
Math Men on the Markets: On this episode of Math Men on the Markets, Joe Mallen, CIO, and Nyle Bayer, CMO, discuss various investment selection processes for creating portfolios and how investors can think from a general manager’s perspective. Spring ushers in America’s favorite pastime with the start of baseball season, and the strategy behind the game has some surprising parallels to investing strategies. Baseball has evolved into an economic science, and selecting what players best fill various positions in the modern era is strikingly similar to the approach many use towards investing.
February 22nd, 2019
Math Men on the Markets: The trade war between the U.S. and China has continued to grab headlines. Chris and Joe discuss what this means for the markets and your clients, as well as whether it's significant if the U.S. maintains a trade deficit with other countries.
December 20th, 2018 by Joe Mallen
Math Men on the Markets: Interest rates are currently top of mind for advisors, but why do they matter? Chris and Joe break it down in a simple and easy-to-understand way. With a lot of attention on the Federal Reserve getting rates back to “neutral,” Chris and Joe define what this means and why it’s important in the context of today’s market environment.