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When I started my career as a financial advisor 25 years ago, I was very focused on stock performance. I thought of myself as a stock picker and I defined my value using a very specific mandate: I was an expert in U.S. mid-cap stock picking and growth.Read More
Robo advice for mass-affluent investors keeps evolving. But brick-and-mortar advisors aren’t standing still. In fact, some traditional FAs are taking into their own hands ways to automate more sophisticated types of holistic planning – from philanthropy to tax strategies and healthcare issues.Read More
Summer isn't what it used to be, according to financial advisers.June, July and August used to be slower months when clients vacationed and advisers would recharge themselves and their practices, completing long-term projects aimed at business development and other operational improvements.Read More
Forget about “Where’s Waldo?” The search is on for HENRYs. That is, “High Earners, Not Rich Yet.” Forward-thinking advisors are pursuing this millennial subset, a young demographic packed with potential, as New York City-based advisor David Edwards, founder-president of Heron Wealth, told ThinkAdvisor in an interview.Read More
Working with top advisors like David Edwards, founder and president of Heron Wealth is a real joy. Marie Swift of Impact Communications spoke with David to uncover some of his secrets to success. David provides some great insights for fellow financial advisors. There are lots of great ideas and much to emulate here.Read More
Journal of Financial Planning contributor Daniel Kern, and investment adviser David Edwards, founder of the Heron Financial Group | Wealth Advisors, discussed the impact of the “golden age” of investing in the “new normal.”Read More
The gap between independent RIAs who are keeping up with evolving technologies and those who aren’t is widening. And that’s stunting growth for advisors who aren’t acting proactively to keep on top of a rapidly evolving marketplace.Read More
David Edwards of Heron Wealth joined Adam Grealish, Quantitative Analyst at Betterment, Dan diBartolomeo, President, Northfield Information Services and Kevin R. Kelly, Chief Investment Officer, Portfolio Manager, Recon Capital Partners on a recent panel (June 20th) moderated by Jesse J Noel, MS, CFA on the subject of Robo Investment Platforms.Read More
It’s no secret the investment industry has a choppy record in attracting young financial talent. But with 100,000 brokers retiring in the next ten years, and half the industry talent age 55 or higher, according to a report from Cerulli Associates, some industry titans have had enough, and are actively recruiting much younger advisors.Read More
Do you know the “three-foot rule”? Wealth adviser David Edwards, president and founder of Heron Wealth, which provides financial planning, investment advice and estate planning to individuals and families across the U.S. and in Europe, cites it as one key element of his success.Read More
Silent or sneaky investors can sabotage their most valuable financial relationship. Some adult shame amounts to little more than a grown-up version of hiding an empty cookie jar. But too often, the adult piggy bank is at stake. For financial managers, that can set the stage for disaster.Read More