Published: November, 2021
Investment consulting has a long history that has been marked by innovations occurring about every 10 years. It is incredible that “modern” portfolio theory is about 70 years old. It has stood the test of time and is currently embraced by many consultants. Every stock or bond has a risk and expected return. The big breakthrough is that combinations of stocks and bonds, called Diversification is an immensely powerful investment tool.
The original idea of “risk tolerance” is the maximum risk the client can tolerate because high risk earns high returns. This approach changed in the 1990s with the introduction of objective-based investing, discussed in this CPE webinar for CPAs and other professionals.
The risk questionnaires identify investor risk tolerance that is used to find the best model. The “60/40 rule” 60/40 equities/bonds emerged from this practice because most mappings gravitate towards limiting risk. The broad use of the 60/40 rule remains entrenched today.
However, evolution is incomplete. 60/40 stocks/bonds remain the pat solution, but it is not right for many investors, especially baby boomers.
Key topics covered in this online CPE webinar for CPAs and other professionals:
This CPE webinar will be very helpful for CPAs, Financial Planners, Investment Consultants, CEOs, CFOs, and top management personnel.
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Co-Host, The Baby Boomer Investing Show
Ronald J. Surz is president of PPCA Inc. and its division, Target Date Solutions. He is a pension consulting veteran, having started with A.G. Becker in the 1970's. Ron earned an MBA in Finance at the University of Chicago and an MS in Applied Mathematics at the University of Illinois.
He has published regularly in such publications as The Journal of Wealth Management, The Journal of Investing, Journal of Portfolio Management, Pensions & Investments, Senior Consultant, HorsesMouth and the IMCA® Monitor, as well as contributed to and edited several books. Ron's most recent book is Fiduciary Handbook for Understanding and Selecting Target Date Funds: It's All About the Beneficiaries. Ron has served as a member of the following boards and councils:
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Nov 10th, 2021