Opinion: Three Ways Regulators Throw Advisors Under the Bus Jul 02, 2021 Financial services is the only industry where you are guilty after being found innocent. SPACs: Not So SPACtacular Feb 03, 2021 Blank check companies are a great deal—for their sponsors. For investors? The results so far have been abysmal, argues Jon Henschen. Taking the Mystery Out of Going Fee-Only Aug 14, 2020 The biggest threat to the independent broker/dealer space is the number of advisors going fee-only. Here are some of the costs and considerations for advisors taking that step. Broker/Dealers on Recruiting in a Virtual World Apr 10, 2020 After the crisis abates, a lingering reluctance to travel, combined with better meeting technology, may forever alter the broker/dealer recruiting process. OpEd: The Market’s Immune System May Be Compromised Feb 25, 2020 The coronavirus gets all the blame for the market implosion, but about two-thirds of these 19 bear market warning signs compiled by Bank of America were already flashing red. Does that mean the market’s immune system... Broker/Dealers Speak Out on Regulatory Vexation Dec 09, 2019 BDs anonymously express their annoyances with FINRA. Anatomy of a Fiduciary-Friendly Broker/Dealer Sep 25, 2019 More choices and lower pricing can protect your clients’ interests and safeguard your practice. Financial Advisor Survey Puts Underdog Broker/Dealer on Top Jun 04, 2018 WealthManagement’s IBD Report Card indicates that Woodbury Financial is making good within Advisor Group. What Boomers’ Retirement Means for the Advisor Industry Jul 18, 2017 Our industry will be unable to keep up with the demand for new advisors to fill the vacancies left by boomers retiring. Boomers to Cause Markets to Go Bust Jul 17, 2017 As boomers retire and exit the economic-contribution side of society, we’ll likely see a stock sell-off.