Talk To Me, Readers: Do You Value Aggregated News About Financial Advising Or Would You Prefer More Original Analysis And Opinion?

Thursday, March 01, 2012 18:43
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Talk To Me, Readers: Do You Value Aggregated News About Financial Advising Or Would You Prefer More Original Analysis And Opinion?

Scott Martin just posted a little ditty about a story in Financial Advisor magazine featuring a couple of advisors who have built successful firms in these challenging times. It's a great story. It occurs to me, however, that I have not asked lately if you value our advisor-news aggregation.  We have a couple of reporters scouring the Web daily for stories worthy of your attention. How are we doing?

 

 

A4A's audience is great. About half our 4,500 members have filled in profiles showing 95% our members are owners, partners, or professionals at RIAs. t's a great group.

 

I want to provide you with what you want. So please let me know if you value the aggregation of news from other sites? 

 

We look at other sites targeted to financial planners, investment advisors, wealth managaers, and money managers.  Plus, we're aggregating content from blogs by economists, industry thought leaders, academia, and technology websites, and we're also looking at big media -- The New York Times, Wall Street Journal and others.  

 

Would you prefer original content on wealth management? If so, what kind?

 

Your feedback would be appreciated greatly.

 

Comments (4)

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kanthony
Love the aggregated news. Please don't stop.
kanthony , March 02, 2012
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brentb843
Andy, love aggregation of news. Hate opinions that are way off base. See today's post by Lisa Gray. She missed the point and claimed asset allocation models don't work. https://advisors4advisors.com/i...w&id=15059
brentb843 , March 05, 2012
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raymondr361
i've recently subscribed and believe that aggregated news has value. It's a great time saver and can uncover areas of interest whick I may have missed. I look forward to reviewing your findings.
raymondr361 , April 22, 2012
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Patricia
I use A4A every day, Bob Veres' media reviews so I don't waste time on puff pieces, and Zite for personal (and professional) article browsing. I've found at least two or three significant resources for my practice on A4A as well.
Patricia , June 18, 2012

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