April 26, 2017

...excerpt from Mo Lidsky's latest book, Partners in Preservation

Financial education may sound simple, and you may take it as a given that financial literacy is helpful in supporting better investment decisions. And it is. But the story is a bit more nuanced. Research...

April 19, 2017

“Only when advisors are obliged to inform clients of all available investment options can the industry claim true fee transparency and ensure that advisors are working in the best interest of their clients, not just their own pocket books” – Mo Lidsky

Below is an excerp...

April 13, 2017

...excerpt from Mo Lidsky's latest book, Partners in Preservation

In 1764, Thomas Bayes bequeathed one of the greatest gifts to investors. The essence of his contribution is outlined in Bayes’s work An Essay Towards Solving a Problem in the Doctrine of Chance. Putting t...

April 7, 2017

...excerpt from Mo Lidsky's latest book, Partners in Preservation

Economists have attributed a great deal of poor decision-making to rational ignorance. Rational ignorance refers to our conscious and deliberate choice to be ignorant about certain matters because the eff...

April 3, 2017

...excerpt from Mo Lidsky's latest book, Partners in Preservation

Studies demonstrate that most investors don’t understand basic investment and financial concepts, including diversification, compound interest, risk/return, and securities fraud. Most aren’t really aware...

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