In this issue of next, we revisit our real estate allocation recommendations while examining how the sector fared during 2020 market volatility.
In our view, we don’t talk enough about money. We worry that conversations about money will hinder our children’s ambitions, will lead to fights with our spouses, will alienate our friends, will be misinterpreted by our parents. However, not talking about money or articulating the best practices for securing the financial health of a household can lead to suboptimal outcomes.
The job losses incurred during the COVID pandemic impacted women disproportionately. As the nation begins to emerge from the economic downturn, Retirement Director Sara Tegethoff Lowery discusses how women can regain their financial footing and get back on track to their long-term goals.
Taking charge of your financial future is a smart move that will never go out of style. Retirement Director Taylor Pluss discusses the challenges investors – particularly women – may face as they pursue their goals and outlines the basics of how to start saving for retirement.
It's vital for financial advisors to be able to understand which values are important to their clients. Paul Arnold, Portfolio Manager, and Dan Kemp, CIO, EMEA, discuss how advisors can better understand why ESG is important to a client–whether it’s the expression of one’s values or something else.
Understanding different ways to look at portfolio returns can help investors select more consistent investment strategies.
Learn the four math principles investors can take advantage of for successful goals-based investing.