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
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I'm a "coastal elite." My clients are "coastal elites" and "international elites." Most of us did not vote for Donald Trump last week, and none of us expected that he would actually win. I believe that Trump didn't think he'd win.Read More
David Edwards, President of Heron Financial Group/Wealth Advisors, founded his New York-based company 20 years ago in 1996. A wealth management firm that handles more than 100 clients with nearly $250 million in financial assetsRead More
Clients interpret that as an adviser not caring about them. It's just selling clients platitudes. What advisers can say, to a retired client, is that their monthly draw comes out of short-term government bonds, which rise in value during a crisis. In other words, we can coast for a year with uncertain stock prices.Read More