Stephen and Kevin Show Episode 10: Top 3 LinkedIn Sales Tactics. More good stuff for financial advisors from the Oeschli Institute. See their LinkedIn Social Selling Webinar Series.
Steve Blumenthal speaks to Tom Lydon at Inside ETFs in Hollywood, Florida.
CMG Capital Management Group (CMG) CEO and founder Stephen Blumenthal joined ETF Trends Publisher Tom Lydon at the ETF.com Inside ETFs conference in Hollywood, Fla. to discuss how financial advisors can better work with ETF strategists to bolster client portfolios.
We welcome a new contributor to the InfluenceAdvisor blog – Mike Sciortino, EVP and Head of Distribution at CMG Capital Management Group.
Mike Sciortino has more than 30 years experience in the investment management business. Mike speaks at Conferences and writes often about how advisors can differentiate themselves, grow their practice, and improve their lives through time-tested processes. See all of Mike’s stories for CMG Advisor Central. Connect with Mike on LinkedIn.
By Mike Sciortino
Harvey Mackay said, ” You learn when you listen, you earn when you listen – not just money, but respect.”
“A change next month in how websites will show up in some Google searches could signal an opportunity for financial advisors to stand out from competitors in an increasingly mobile world,” writes Tom Coyle in Financial Advisor IQ. Tom quotes me in the story.
“It’s a game changer,” Steve Blumenthal, CEO of CMG Capital Management Group, told Investor’s Businsess Daily in the story Three Best Reasons To Invest In The Currency-Hedging ETFs.
Blumenthal was referring to Friday’s news that the Bank of Japan is massively scaling up its bond-buying program. Both the nation’s central bank and its state pension fund also plan to buy domestic and foreign stocks.
Investors are generally more active and involved with their investments now. They expect more from their advisor than a pre-packaged, pre-calibrated buy and hold strategy. dough and tastytrade can help you become an involved, self-directed, confident investor.
Wasn’t Chelsea just a gawky kid running around the White House? Did this just happen? Chelsea Tweets her birth, Bill and Hillary re-Tweet and post on Facebook and then the AP picks it up? Wire services follow social media, and media savvy grandparents cover the globe with a single Tweet.
— Tim Handley (@tim_handley) September 24, 2014
It was a weekend of hobnobbing with financial planners and investment managers at the Washington State Convention Center in downtown Seattle. The annual Financial Planning Association Conference was revealing in several respects.
I was surprised by the new social media and marketing companies targeting financial planners. Finally, it seems like financial services is being pitched the same level of social engagement and digital marketing platforms we see for other industries. Three highlights: