4 Trends Reshaping the Market

Gullemin, André
November 2009
Journal of Financial Planning;Nov/Dec2009 Practice Management Sol, p26
Academic Journal
The article discusses the trends that affect the financial market. Topics include market volatility, consumer empowerment, evolving consumer preference, and the mobile technology. Financial planners have seen challenges and opportunities upon the volatility of the securities market along with the increasing demand for active and timely customer service through emerging mobile technologies. Financial planners are affected by the flow of online discount brokerage and financial planning software.


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