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Jeff Maurer: At no point did we say let's go hire as many people from GenSpring as possible.

How Jeff Maurer is now ploughing into Florida using his old Evercore tricks but with new GenSpring wrinkles
The U.S. Trust-alumni RIA shows no sign of let-up at $5 billion of AUM

Tuesday 4.29.14
Rob Isbitts: It was amazing to see how far this field has come. And yet, I wonder if it's already gone the way of too many advisory industry trends: Overkill!

Top 10 alternatives to alternative investments for RIAs: 2013 edition
Our alts maven gives his thumbs-up and thumbs-down on products and strategies and offers ways to cultivate a taste for off-the-menu offerings in clients

Monday 7.15.13
 Rob Isbitts: That ensemble offering you create does not have to be a group of 20 people under the same roof.

5 entrenched ruts in which advisors are idling -- and how to shift gears to peel out of them
If you're trying to be an asset-gathering ninja and an investment management guru simultaneously, meet Jack

Tuesday 3.26.13
Rob Isbitts: Three years is the Goldilocks of investment evaluation horizons.

5 ways for incumbent advisors to get -- and keep -- their clients' vote of confidence
Obama and Romney are asking for four years to deliver results -- ask your clients for three

Monday 10.22.12
Rob Isbitts: Clients can even tell an advisor they would like a double-long midcap equity ETF.

5 counterintuitive reasons why the investment vehicle of the the decade is ... stocks
These days there are more varieties and combinations of investments than selections on a Starbucks menu -- but that's not necessarily a good thing

Thursday 8.2.12
Rob Isbitts: An over-diversified portfolio can look like an attempt to cover the advisor’s behind.

How 5 seriously overworked buzzwords can come between you and your client
They're on the lips everyone in the industry, but we've lost sight of what they really mean; here's a refresher course

Tuesday 7.10.12
Rob Isbitts: Fool me once shame on you, fool me twice shame on me, fool me three times...I'm outta here!

12 for 2012: A dozen issues you and your clients should really be focusing on this year
A veteran investment strategist sifts through mountains of information overload to find the way forward -- and takes stock of his 2011 prognostications

Wednesday 1.25.12



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