The Power Of Fritz Meyer’s Investment Wisdom Unlocked For Advisors
by agluck     August 15, 2016      0.0 (0) Publishing the transcripts of Fritz’s Meyer's webinars unlocks new value from his monthly 75-minute presentations. You can repurpose the transcripts and slides to educate clients and prospects.  Economist Fritz Meyer is independent, like the 1,500 independent advisors who rely on A4A for continuing professional education. In

BREXIT Breaking News Coverage on A4A: Replays Of Two Webinars
by agluck     June 24, 2016      0.0 (0) With 1500 members paying just $60 a year, A4A is a source of authoritative educational information for independent financial professionals throughout the year, and our breaking news coverage in times of turmoil is an added benefit. On Friday, the first trading day following the stunning vote by Britain to exit the EU, A4A's resident econom

This Was A Test Of Your RIA's Emergency Management System
by agluck     August 27, 2015      0.0 (0) Your emergency management system should have kicked in.    For RIAs, the "Asian Contagion" turned out to be nothing more than a common-cold, a mere correction. But view it as a test anyway.   How did you do? If your firm did not go into Panic Protection mode, you'd be wise to consider it a warning. It was a fire dri

Mediocre Golf Association Prompts A4A Membership Erroneously
by agluck     May 12, 2015      0.0 (0) An advisor emailed me today to say he finally joined A4A because he was required to have a PayPal account to join the Mediocre Golf Association (MGA).   Mediocre Golf Association is an excellent social networking vehicle for most advisors. I'm no golfer myself, but I after listening to advisors talk about golf for many years, I am confide

Riding With Heroes
by agluck     April 19, 2015      0.0 (0)   About 130 injured veterans are cycling 110-miles this weekend from Arlington to Gettysburg,and I'm riding with them. Despite injuries ranging from amputation to paralysis to post-traumatic stress and traumatic brain injury, they're cycling -- some pedaling with their hands.