The Behavioral Wealth Advisor Education Resources
A behavioral wealth advisor (BWA) takes a holistic and proactive approach to wealth management, creating a behavioral discipline throughout the client service model that is designed to increase the client’s confidence, minimize behavioral biases and improve long-term wealth.
Behavioral Wealth Advisor Practice Model
These resources provide guidance on how a needs-based plan can function as a foundation to help minimize overreaction to volatility and challenging markets like we’re experiencing today. There are also suggested approaches to the discovery process, ongoing client communication, education and behavioral coaching as well as other areas of the client service model.
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Behavioral Viewpoints features new topics each month which are intended to help advisors and investors gain a deeper understanding of how behavior shapes the investing landscape.