Year Two for the JFP Symposium

Peck, Maureen
July 2005
Journal of Financial Planning;Jul2005, Vol. 18 Issue 7, p8
Academic Journal
This article focuses on the 2005 Journal of Financial Planning Symposium to be held in San Diego, California on June 17. Last year at FPA Denver 2004, the annual convention of the Financial Planning Association, the Symposium made its debut. We did not know what to expect in terms of attendance, how back-to-back presentations would flow, or how the presentations would be received. When all was said and done, success was the result. And we will do it again this year at FPA San Diego 2005. The Symposium is a day of presentations by winners of the annual Call for Papers competition of the journal. When the journal hosted its first competition in 2002, the objective was to recognize the cream of the crop of research and insights from experts in financial planning. That objective continues to set the standard for winning entries, which have through a thorough review process to reach this point. And in announcing the lineup of symposium speakers this year, we also applaud them as the 2005 Call for Papers winners. Passive Investing: The Emperor Exposed? by Christopher Carosa, Post-Modern Portfolio Theory, by Peter Swisher and Gregory W. Kasten, How Interpersonal Skills and Organizational Management Can Reduce Stress and Burnout for Financial Planners, by Joy Koesten and Quantum Planning, by Ross Levin. An added symposium feature is Editor's Choice, a presentation of an article that has already been published in the Journal of Financial Planning.


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