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Gordon J. Bernhardt with keynote speaker Condi Rice

Three RIA citizen journalists file dispatches from the TD Ameritrade conference
Our duly deputized scribes -- two RIA presidents and a social media consultant -- fanned out in San Diego last week and reported back from very different perspectives

Wednesday 2.6.13
Mike Byrnes: Another way to grow more quickly is to bring on staff, even if it is at an hourly rate.

NAPFA conference yields valuable nuggets of practice-management and marketing advice
A strategic embrace of sales can build your practice dramatically, was the message NAPFA's practice-management conference held in Brooklyn

Tuesday 11.22.11
Marie Swift led a roundtable discussion that yielded some novel thoughts

Advisors talk over the future of financial planning at FPA Experience 2011
Outgoing robo-calls, 1-900 advice shouldn't be dismissed as tools

Wednesday 9.21.11
Marie Swift: Who needs Las Vegas? Salt Lake City was a blast.

Seen, heard - and tweeted - at the NAPFA conference
A bustling social scene at Salt Lake City

Thursday 5.26.11
Ric Edelman: His firm is in major expansion mode; production costs for show are $2 million.

Edelman joins ranks of TV RIAs with PBS show that will reach 20 million
Ken Fisher advises treading with care: 'You can’t find anyone in history that’s done a TV show and built a big money management firm'

Monday 4.11.11
Bob Veres: In my mind, this is the place you come to find out where the future is.

Eavesdropping on the T3 conference by four bloggers with four missions as attendees
Social endurance needed as much as technical savvy at this technological event

Wednesday 2.23.11
The buzz at the TD Ameritrade booth was that Tony Blair, Britain's former prime minister, is schedule to speak at TD's annual conference to be held in San Diego.

Eavesdropping on the Women Advisors Forum: Rainmakers share their secrets. Hint: They revolve around finding a niche
Women at the top of the profession have learned to give each other the look: "Like ‘I’ve got your back, sister.’”

Tuesday 12.14.10
Marie Swift: There has never been a time in recent history when so many prospects are looking for a new advisor.

Eavesdropping on the MoneyShow: The great debate between MPT and technical analysis
Plus, three marketing ideas that actually work and the academic case for alternative assets

Wednesday 11.24.10
Network founder Sheryl Garrett hosted this special anniversary retreat in her hometown, knowing that some fall-off might occur due to the lack of a major airport. One person who made the trip: psychologist Ed Jacobson.

Eavesdropping on the Garrett retreat: A white-knuckle drive; why independents aren't winning assets as fast as they should be; and six steps to building client trust
In the Ozarks, a small and informal conference draws big names

Thursday 11.4.10
Marie Swift: Advisors are at risk if they don't show their clients how much they are cared for.

Eavesdropping on a Cetera company's elite conference
What have you done for me lately: a strategy to head off DIY clients

Monday 10.25.10
Ready to blog after uploading podcasts: Chris Hall (left) coaches students Kimberly Curtis, CFP, and Gary Klaben, ChFC, at FPA pre-conference Web 2.0 Boot Camp.

Eavesdropping on the FPA conference: a speech about scared investors resonates; and an embittered advisor speaks up
Plus, a top expert offers the next level of advice on social media

Tuesday 10.12.10
Jason Jennings: LPL stood out for its hands-off approach and technology platform similar to that at Merrill Lynch

Breakaway story: A new Merrill Lynch breakaway team finds clients among a cadre of fellow entrepreneurs
The buy-local movement helps independent advisors, say experts -- if they are smart enough to market

Monday 9.20.10
Mike Byrnes: Listening in on the Financial Advisor's Summit for wisdom on sales and marketing strategies, he picks up tips like this one: Don't tell clients, "We offer peace of mind." It's a cliché.

Fast take on growth: Five tips on marketing and sales strategies that work amid fears of a double-dip
Financial Advisor's Summit speakers urge focus, authenticity -- and avoiding clichés. Don't say: We offer peace of mind.

Tuesday 8.17.10

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