Advancing the Science of Investing in Financial Planning

June 2006
Journal of Financial Planning;Jun2006, Vol. 19 Issue 6, p36
Academic Journal
The article discusses the effects of technology on financial planning and the concept of the "science of investing." Theories for the science of investing are still being developed, and the direction that it takes in practice will have huge consequences for professional financial planners. It signals a deepening in the integration of investment management with financial planning, and will redefine the ways planners think about investing, communicating with clients, and investing client assets through a more dynamic approach.


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