LAS VEGAS -- Having a hard time helping clients identify their goals? Maybe its time to look at matters from a different point of view.
Using insights derived from behavioral finance, advisors can see matters through a client's eyes, and thereby more quickly identify what's important to them and what solutions might be available, says Michael Liersch, director of behavioral finance at Merrill Lynch, and who presented at IMCA's Annual Conference.
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