A4A News

Advisors4Consumers Launches

A4A differs from traditional continuing professional education providers because our mission focuses on the best interest of financial consumers as well as financial advisors. Other continuing professional education providers serve the mass of advisors -- the 100,000-plus advisors who do not practice A4A's brand of strategic investing and financial planning.  That’s why professionals holding the best and most consistent record for attending A4A's special brand of CE classes are now listed for free on Advisors4Consumers.org (A4C).  If you are among A4A's top third

A4A Personal Pages For Members Boost Profession, Add Transparency For Consumers

All A4A members now get a personal page on realfinancialfinancialprofessionals.com. It's free. Your personal page validates who you are to consumers, improves your search-engine visibility, and links back to your website. Link to it in your social profiles on LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook.            Your personal page is evidence of your commitment to the analytical tools espoused by economist Fritz Meyer, as  well as low-expense portfolio strategist, Craig Israelsen, Ph.D, and in addition, tax and financial planning strategies from Robert Keebler, CPA/PFS. A4A is a independ

Peer Rankings Of Advisors Based On Objective Measures Of Behavior & Professional Values

Advisors with a strong attendance record relative to their peers based on their ongoing A4A thought-leadership and professional education are now listed on lowexpenseinvesting.com. This listing is good for consumers as well as the elite group of investment, tax, and financial planning professionals meeting the rigorous requirement of continuing education. LowExpenseInvesting.com is an online directory where consumers can search for a local financial advisor. To qualify for a listing, advisors were required to attend at least nine hours of professional education classes on A4

2022 CFP® Ethics Class

      Satisfy CFP Board And IWI Ethics Requirements      ETHICS CLASS   $60        

Fritz Followers Were Prescient: “Catching Up” On The Fed’s Mistake

Remember way back to December 24, 2018? Seems like a long time ago? It was a terrible day for stocks. The S&P 500 plunged 2.7% on a holiday-shortened Christmas Eve trading day that followed the worst week for Wall Street in seven years. By the time of a hastily scheduled CE webinar led by Fritz Meyer on Wednesday, December 26, stocks had come back soaring, and A4A members were asked if the Fed had made a mistake -- whether it was a big mistake -- or if it was not a mistake at all.  A majority of 57% A4A members at that Fritz Meyer webinar that day said the Fed indeed had made a mi