Media Coverage


06/30/2016
Associated Press, "US Stocks Rise Following Strong Gains in Global Markets"



06/02/2016
Ignites, "Hartford to Pick Up Schroders Retail Funds"



05/18/2016
The Wall Street Journal, "Hartford Funds to Buy Lattice Strategies"



04/22/2016
Associated Press, "US Stocks Move Lower as Investors Size Up Earnings"



03/16/2016
Huffington Post, "Market's Tail Wagging Over Rate Hikes"



02/13/2016
Barron's, "Hartford Core Equity: Fund of the Future"



01/20/2016
Reuters, "U.S. Mutual Fund Investors Put Most Cash in Foreign Equity in Nearly Five Months: ICI"



10/12/2015
InvestmentNews, "The Critical Retirement Cost Many Advisers Aren't Discussing with Clients"



10/02/2015
CNBC, "Stocks hold higher; crude rally boosts energy"



09/22/2015
U.S. News & World Report, "10 Investment Predictions for 2030"



09/15/2015
Ignites, "Think Like, and Connect to, RIAs"



08/17/2015
Financial Advisor, "Fears of Social Security's Demise Unfounded, Advisors Say"



07/31/2015
The New York Times, "Modern Families and Modern Money Worries"



06/13/2015
Huffington Post, "One Size Does Not Fit All: Three Questions to Ask Yourself When Evaluating a Financial Advisor"



06/12/2015
The Wall Street Journal, "Stock-Picking: When to Ditch a Lagging Mutual Fund"



05/18/2015
InvestmentNews, "Advisers' Clients Want Even More of the Human Touch"



05/13/2015
U.S. News & World Report: "How Boomers Can Avoid Going Bust in Retirement"



04/01/2015
"Forbes Article: What Clients Value in Their Financial Advisors"



03/30/2015
MainStreet.com Article: "How Even Cash-Strapped Millennials Can Start Saving Now"



03/16/2015
"Huffington Post Article: 3 Questions That Can Lead You to a Better Retirement"



06/19/2014
Wealthmanagement.com Article: "Is Consumer Anxiety the Death Knell for Financial Planning?" by John Diehl of Hartford Funds



06/06/2014
MutualFundWire Article: "Hartford and Wellington Take a Walk on the Wild Side" featuring Hartford Funds Chief Marketing Officer Marty Swanson



05/22/2014
CNBC.com Article: "Why risk-averse millennials should rethink retirement planning" by John Diehl of Hartford Funds