Zvi Bodie on Financial Planners and 'First, Do No Harm'

Lee, Shelley A.
February 2010
Journal of Financial Planning;Feb2010, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p16
Academic Journal
An interview with Boston university professor of management Zvi Bodie is presented. When asked about why he thought that scientific-based thinking on economics is ignored, he cites that it is a common nature of people to choose what they believe into. He states that the big mistake financial planner make is to rely on the investment industry for investing expertise. He notes that investing is part of a comprehensive approach to life cycle planning.


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