Answer Social Security questions (without becoming an expert)
Use LinkedIn to find and connect with longevity professionals to differentiate your practice.
Conduct an effective virtual meeting with ease while avoiding the most common mistakes.
Evaluate your team's performance during the pandemic and use this insight to emerge better and stronger
A historical view of crises can help clients make rational investment decisions, even when it feels like the world is falling apart
Facts, Action, Confidence and Empathy: How to communicate effectively with anxious and distracted clients.
Help clients avoid costly, panic-driven investment decisions during a crisis and remain focused on the long term.
Social distancing has impacted our access to the people, places, and things we need and enjoy. But technology provides ways to help us cope with the challenges and stay safe.
The three signs of investor anxiety and how you can help your clients manage it.
Staying invested in stocks despite negative news has historically been profitable.
Understanding the arithmetic behind investment losses can help investors be more mindful of risk management.
When inundated with news, how do you tune out the noise and make the right decisions for your portfolio?
Conventional investing wisdom is to buy low and sell high. But you may be able to lower your tax liabilities by going against that wisdom and selling investments at a loss.
In times of volatility, timing the market may seem tempting. But doing so is impossible and could be a costly mistake.
A well-balanced portfolio can help you manage volatility.
As the economy continues to recover, Nanette discusses encouraging growth, the pandemic's impact on markets, inflation pressures, and more.
US equities have outperformed the rest of the world since the Global Financial Crisis. But if history is any guide, outperformance does not last forever.
In volatile markets, skilled active managers can help navigate the uncertain terrain where differences between winners and losers are magnified.
Encouraging vaccine data, policy support, and gradually reopening economies make us more confident in taking a pro-risk stance over our 12-month time frame.
MIT AgeLab COVID-19 Research
A cross-generational snapshot of new perspectives on home, neighborhood connectedness, and moving.
New perspectives on technology and its uses have influenced technology adoption in the home.
How different generations’ use of and attitudes toward new technologies have changed during the pandemic.
Financial attitudes and experiences are being affected in relation to the pandemic.
Changes in attitudes and perceptions concerning the senior-housing industry—one that’s been hit the hardest by the pandemic.
COVID-19’s effects on the physical, financial, and emotional challenges of caregiving.
How grocery-shopping habits have shifted in the wake of COVID-19.
COVID-19-related challenges and worries experienced by Americans across generations.
How employment’s been impacted for people of different generations, working in various industries.
Workers’ reactions to the shifting norms in the legal profession as well as legal risk-analyses of companies’ reopening.
Cross-generational insights into how spending behavior has shifted during the pandemic.
The MIT AgeLab is not an affiliate or subsidiary of Hartford Funds.