Month: July 2018

Robo: Evolution, not Revolution – Just as We Thought

  Last May’s blog, in which I shared our observations about the Robo industry, if you can call it an industry, is proving to be on target. You cannot charge a fee for something that should already be free (Beta), and ignore the one thing that you can charge for, advice and a human touch!… Read more »

Grow Up and be a Fiduciary, Please!

Like the networks in the summertime who replay their episodes to recycle good material, I thought a revisit of the much discussed and maligned DOL Fiduciary Rule was in order due to its recent vacating by the 5th Circuit Court in New Orleans.  With or without the rule, it is time for the industry to… Read more »