Smarter in 60 Seconds: Investment Insights for 2018

Timing the market vs. Time in the market

November 19, 2018 | Runtime: 3:12

Investors often try to buy low and sell high, timing the ups and downs of the market just right. Dr. Daniel Crosby says that's impossible, and here's his advice instead.

Complexity Kills

November 15, 2018 | Runtime: 2:42

Such as the road to hell is paved with good intentions, convolution on Wall Street is often mistaken for sophistication. Why simple is good when it comes to investing, by Dr. Daniel Crosby.

How InvestmentNews picks its Women to Watch winners

November 14, 2018 | Runtime: 2:41

The process is laborious and exacting, but well worth it. The end result each year is an impressive group of women in the advice industry from whom others can draw inspiration.

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November 08, 2018 | Runtime: 5:16

Has leaving the broker protocol worked?

November 07, 2018 | Runtime: 3:09

Senior columnist Bruce Kelly and deputy editor Bob Hordt review the history of the protocol for broker recruiting, the shake-up in it a year ago and what's been the result for the two big firms leaving it: Morgan Stanley and UBS.

The behavioral flaw in passive investing

November 06, 2018 | Runtime: 2:06

Investing via indices may seem smart, but Dr. Daniel Crosby explains how it's not a perfect method. Episode 37 of On Your Best Behavior.

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November 05, 2018 | Runtime: 2:11

Schwab's new adviser technology chief outlines priorities and challenges

November 02, 2018 | Runtime: 8:28

Andrew Salesky speaks with InvestmentNews' editorial director Fred Gabriel about the custodian's improved adviser tools, paperless account opening, cyberspace and more.

What the future holds for Schwab adviser technology under its new leader

November 01, 2018 | Runtime: 3:04

After recent turnover in leadership, Schwab Advisor Services has tapped Andrew Salesky to head the unit. Reporter Ryan Neal talks about where Mr. Salesky plans to direct the company's vision.

The most outrageous things millennials are accused of killing

October 25, 2018 | Runtime: 5:06

Millennials are blamed for destroying just about everything: American cheese, romance, democracy. But managing editor Christina Nelson and reporter Greg Iacurci bust more-troubling myths that could cost advisers real business.

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