Markets can take on a behavior of their own. These videos help our clients get a better understanding of economics and the ever changing financial industry. Be sure to check out our CFA® Videos and Behavioral Finance Videos.
Let's Talk: The value of advice
Let's Talk: Crushing Mediocrity
Let's Talk: Missteps in Volatility
Let's Talk: Connecting with Impact
Let's Talk: Digital as a Game Changer
Inflation: The Sneaky Thief
How the Economic Machine Works
Rising Rates: The Fed Takes Next Steps Toward Normal
Let's Talk: The value of adviceWhat can advisors do to solve bigger issues and add deeper value for their clients?
Let's Talk: Crushing MediocrityCould the democratized access to investment solutions expose mediocrity in the financial advisory industry?
Let's Talk: Missteps in VolatilityIn the inevitable return of volatility and uncertainty to the market, how are advisors preparing their clients’ portfolios and addressing fears?
Let's Talk: Connecting with ImpactThe client of the future is going to want to be communicated to in a new way. How do advisors use technology to really engage clients?
Let's Talk: Digital as a Game ChangerDigital is changing the future of the financial advisory business. How will clients interact with their advisors in the years to come?
Inflation: The Sneaky ThiefInflation can be like a thief, sneaking into your portfolio and robbing your money’s purchasing power.
How the Economic Machine WorksCreated by Ray Dalio this simple but not simplistic and easy to follow 30 minute, animated video answers the question, "How does the economy really work?" Based on Dalio's practical template for understanding the economy, which he developed over the course of his career, the video breaks down economic concepts like credit, deficits and interest rates, allowing viewers to learn the basic driving forces behind the economy, how economic policies work and why economic cycles occur.
Rising Rates: The Fed Takes Next Steps Toward NormalThe possible implications for consumers and investors when the Federal Reserve raises short-term interest rates.