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Karl Thunemann: He probably didn’t know what to do with a client who wanted to talk in depth about everything. I stopped hanging around the office.

How one boomer put faith in stockbrokers, trusted more in himself and retired rich enough
It's not just what advisor Karl Thunemann trusted but what advice he took-- and that $15,000 from his mother-in-law

Monday 6.2.14
Yale professor Ian Ayres was this year’s wild card, causing near panic among RIAs with his ominous mass mailing to 401(k) plan providers warning them to cut back on fees — or else.

10 most-read RIABiz stories of 2013 and why you couldn't resist them
This year's potpourri includes young Horatio Algers, aged Cassandras, irate investors and a professor with the 401(k) industry in his sights

Wednesday 12.18.13
RIABiz has put its hub in a quiet place, Mill Valley, conducive to thinking.

RIABiz turns four -- and readership grows another 39%
Our Mill Valley-Indiana-New York-Berkeley-Toronto-based website continues to grow by concentrating on substance and by eliminating toxic distractions

Thursday 7.25.13
Karl Thunemann: Tibergien stops me and says, 'I want to be very emphatic about this. There is nothing wrong with a solo practitioner. Nothing at all.'

Investor Karl interviews Mark Tibergien -- guru, author, chief -- who tells why solo practices are far from extinct
The gospel of RIA says these days that big and complex is The Way, but the Pershing Advisor Solutions chief proves an unexpected champion of the mom-and-pop advisory shop

Wednesday 7.3.13
Michelle Smith: Wow, I'm going to capitalize on this. ... I drove a truck through [that] gap.

On Barron's panel at IMCA, three top advisors tell what knocked them on course
I compulsively listened to a divorce opportunist, an ex-Goldman, now Merrill fellow, and a Morgan Stanley consultant offer a diverse array of nuggets

Monday 6.3.13
Phyllis Borzi: We thought we hadn't done enough.

Borzi: Exemptions from conflict of interest will be part of new fiduciary proposal
An easing of the ban against advisors accepting payment from money managers for selling their products may be in the works

Tuesday 5.7.13
Meredith Whitney: I am not a doom-and-gloomer. I've been a growth chaser.

Meredith Whitney blames '60 Minutes' for her muni 'call,' then doubles down on the 'hell' coming for muni bonds
In places like Stockton, Calif., bondholders are being paid, but cuts to public pensions, rising crime and slow emergency responses, cuts to sports, arts programs in the schools are the price

Monday 5.6.13
Karl Thunemann: I realized that it is a lot easier to be dispassionately critical of a financial company you've just left than of one you've just connected with.

How I'm doing after my advisor left Schwab Private Client to join a $2 billion RIA
I pay a higher fee, visit a higher-rise building and may end up with a new level of advice

Monday 4.1.13
Karl Thunemann: Schwab has an opportunity to put its values into action by radically changing its separation policies.

Why I moved my account from Schwab's RIA and what Chuck could do to improve Schwab Private Client
After the double defection of the assigned branch and portfolio manager, a loyal but disillusioned customer sends an emphatic message to the front office

Friday 2.1.13

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