Join us for a webinar on using assessments to identify and guide better client investing behaviors. We’ll share data from our latest survey with investors, review the factors that relate to psychological risk tolerance, and demonstrate how assessment results can be used to guide better investing decisions. Register here.
We have an operating theory here at DataPoints that goes like this: portfolio returns are being commoditized for the vast majority of retail investors–either by robo-style services or index strategies, or both–and that this large swath of the population will be willing to pay less for the (likely illusory) promise of market-beating portfolio returns from their would-be financial advisors. This development will in turn put pressure on the financial services industry in general and financial[…]
Learn how advisors use behavioral assessments to get to know clients, assess financially-related behaviors and attitudes, and nudge clients towards behavioral change with DataPoints. Learn more about DataPoints and see a demo of client assessments. Register here.
We define volatility composure as a combination of past experiences and behavioral patterns that describe how an investor typically reacts to changes in the market value of his or her investments as well as overall changes in the value of the stock market. How will the individual actually behave–as opposed to how they think they will behave–when the stock market goes haywire (as it is doing now for the first time in quite some time)? How[…]