After experiencing nearly 30 years of benign, cooperative capital-markets behavior, Ken Haman says many advisors are baffled or frustrated by how difficult it has become to get clients to accept new investment ideas. But if we can understand more accurately how humans cope with anticipating various outcomes, we can structure our messaging to be more effective at getting clients to take the right kinds of actions.
Getting Clients Off the Sidelines
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