A wealth manager worthy of your trust is critical to your financial
well-being, anticipating your needs and helping you create an investment
strategy that works towards your goals. Use the resources below to gain
greater knowledge and background in your search for a wealth manager.
The Current State of Private Wealth Management
Today’s investor has unique wealth management needs and requires a wealth manager with the expertise and savviness to meet them. To learn more about these challenges, CFA Institute surveyed 900 investors with at least $1 million in investable assets to see how professional wealth managers measure up.
Are Active or Passive Investments the Way to Go?
As stock index funds persistently outperformed actively managed portfolios over the past 10 years, the long-standing debate over which investment approach is superior —passive or active?—became gradually muted.
Cracking Frontier Markets
Innovations from under developed economies are launching brand new industries.Investing in them is the key to creating wealth and fostering inclusive, sustainable development.
What we are talking about
The Changing Nature of Recessions
We may not have seen the end of boom and bust, but the world’s leading economies do appear to have become more stable in recent decades,Dr. David Kelly, CFA, writes.Dec 20 — 4 min. 15 sec. read
Women of Jeopardy! on Defining Success
As part of her research, Barbara Stewart, CFA, spoke to a particular group of women about how they feel about their intelligence, how they look at success, and what advice they’d give younger women.Dec 14 — 4 min. 30 sec. read
Reading Around: The Latticework Framework
Want to be a better investor? Joachim Klement, CFA, recommends embracing Charlie Munger's latticework framework and reading around your field.Nov 27 — 10 min. 50 sec. read
Discretionary Investing in the Age of Artificial Intelligence
No two investment managers are alike. There is no reason why two artificial intelligence (AI)-driven systems shouldbe either, says Parijat Garg, CFA.Nov 14 — 5 min. read