Key Concepts For Fiduciaries In Designing Low-Expense Portfolios


Key Concepts For Fiduciaries In Designing Low-Expense Portfolios
Key Concepts For Fiduciaries In Designing Low-Expense Portfolios
Thu, 28. May 2020, 04:00 PM EST - 05:00 PM EST
Created by:
Andrew Gluck


How much difference in performance is there between an aggressive portfolio and a conservative one in the long run? Perhaps less than you might think.

How do you design portfolios for the long run knowing that clients often judge them over the short-run?

This class examines in the accumulation stage and distribution years, ranging from very aggressive to very conservative and in-between. Craig Israelsen, Ph.D, covers:

  • 50 years of modern portfolio performance results
  • illustrations of key portfolio design concepts
  • measurements of success over the short- and long-run

Craig Israelsen, Ph.D., teaches A4A members monthly about low-expense investing. For three decades, Craig has helped define best practices for managing portfolios for individuals, publishing his research monthly in Financial Planning magazine. He's taught on A4A for nearly a decade. Craig's taught family financial management at universities for over two decades, and he's currently Executive-in-Residence in the Financial Planning Program at Utah Valley University.

If you're paying a TAMP or custodian to manage portfolios, Craig's monthly A4A classes will show you how to lower your fees and build a practice that's better for your clients and you.

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This webinar is eligible for one hour of credit towards the CIMA® and CPWA® certifications, CFP® CE, PACE credit toward the CLU® and ChFC® designations and live CPA CPE credit.

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