In the interest of reminding ourselves why we stay invested in stocks and specifically within value stocks during this financial crisis, we depart from our usual market-level commentary and dig into a specific example of one stock held by the funds in our portfolios.
Our advisors have worked through downturns with many clients in the past. The future is never certain but putting a plan in place for what you will do can give you confidence to weather this and any market decline.
For all the questions that remain regarding the coronavirus, one thing is certain: It is possible for each of us to make a difference to help our families, our communities, our economy and our world.
Regarding our daily operations, we feel that it is important that we do our part to protect our associates across the country while ensuring that business operations continue uninterrupted. To that end, Forum has moved to a fully remote work environment.
When we consider the historical performance of the U.S. stock market, the data tells us that the greatest rewards to investors have often come after the largest declines, but it requires investors to remain invested through some very difficult times to attain them.
It can be distressing to see this level of volatility in the market. In these times, it is helpful to recall that we have experienced other turbulent markets in the past.
Uncertainty about the coronavirus and its containment and treatment have caused concern around the world. These concerns have injected volatility into the global financial markets.
To enjoy the rest of your life on your terms, you need a thoughtfully crafted plan that establishes your financial goals as a retiree. Forum Advisor Steve Martin outlines essential planning considerations for those nearing or already enjoying retirement.
In December 2019, the SECURE Act was passed into law. Some aspects of the SECURE Act are expected to have a major impact on retirement planning and savings. In this article, Forum co-Managing Partner Nirav Batavia reviews some of the most significant portions of the Act.
This article features six estate planning strategies to consider in 2020 from Forum Partner Mary Pat Wesche and Forum Partner Norbert Mindel.
Through the Forum Spirit of Giving initiative, Forum supports nine organizations spanning health and wellness, education and community outreach.
In their new book, Better Off After College, Sabrina Manville and Nick Ducoff review college costs, financial aid and the process of deciding which admissions offer to accept. The book also features comments on saving for college from Forum co-Managing Partner Nirav Batavia.
In this Q&A, Sabrina addresses how parents and students can make smart college choices and what to consider before accepting an offer from a college or university.
We are reminded that stock prices can and will fluctuate but this alone should not stipulate a change in course.
RIA Intel with the story of how Forum collaborated with Dimensional in the design and launch of the DFA Global Core Plus Fixed Income Portfolio (DGCFX), which is “the fastest-ever DFA fixed-income fund to accumulate $1 billion.”
Forum Advisor Juan Ros received the Wealth Advisor of the Year award in the category of client services from the San Fernando Valley Business Journal as one of several recipients of its 2019 Trusted Advisors Awards.
Forum Advisor Juan Ros discusses the importance of estate planning and where proper estate planning plays a role within each stage of life.
In the spirit of answering a few questions that might be on your mind, we address the following relevant topics from the second quarter.
Forum Financial Management, LP appears in the Top 100 on the 2019 Financial Advisor RIA Ranking.
Forum Financial Management has been named to the 2019 Financial Times 300 Top Registered Investment Advisers. Forum was selected as one of 19 firms in Illinois to appear in the sixth edition of the FT 300 list.
Forum co-Managing Partner Nirav Batavia was featured on Edmit on June 14. In “Saving for Your Retirement vs. Saving for Your Child’s Higher Education: How a Financial Advisor Views the Choice,” Nirav presents three questions to help parents decide whether and how much to save toward their children’s education.
Of the many good reasons to separate personal and business finances, there are three vital benefits worth the investment of time and effort.
In a May 3 Barron’s article, Nick Ducoff, co-founder of the college counseling service Edmit, contemplates what college could cost in 2036 by considering different perspectives from that of Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to Forum’s co-Managing Partner Nirav Batavia.
Consider the three best conversations you had last week. Perhaps they were with family members, friends visiting from out of town or the barista at your favorite coffee shop. It is likely that these moments rise above the routine online interactions that briefly held your attention the rest of the week.