Investors are inundated with more media coverage of the capital markets than ever before. Unfortunately, the vast majority of it is irrelevant. The most common phenomenon is popularly dubbed the “magazine cover curse.” Director of Research Gabe Lembeck, CFA contextualizes specific examples of this phenomenon and explains how Balentine uses scientific, quantitative models to cut through the noise.
This has been a year of intense media coverage, most of which has been predictably negative, yet the U.S. stock market is poised to produce double-digit gains. Why is that? Relationship Manager Bradley Martin shares his experience as a former TV news producer.
Barron’s ranking of the Top 100 independents is based on assets under management, the quality of the advisors’ practices, and the revenue they generate for their firms.
Robert Balentine, Chairman robert-balentineand Chief Executive Officer of Balentine, was just named as one of the country’s Top Wealth Managers by Forbes. According to SHOOK Research, the firm behind the Forbes rankings, more than 11,000 nominations were received for this listing and more than 4,000 were invited to apply.
Robert Balentine discusses Q4 opportunities in a Forbes article titled, “How To Invest Your Money In Q4: Best Fund Picks From 10 Barron’s-Ranked Financial Advisors.”
Chairman and CEO Robert Balentine spoke with The Atlanta Business Chronicle about the trend of robo-advisors.
“What do Atlanta financial experts think about Fed interest rate decision?” Balentine CIO Adrian Cronje weighs in in this Atlanta Business Chronicle article.
Balentine’s Chief Investment Officer Adrian Cronje spoke with the Atlanta Business Chronicle about the anticipated September 16-17 Federal Reserve Meeting.
Brittain Prigge spoke with InvestmentNews on retaining female advisers in wealth management: “Adviser’s Consultant: What it takes to retain women advisers.”
Robert Balentine was once again named one of the country’s Top 100 Independent Wealth Advisors by Barron’s in its August 22, 2015 issue.