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aka the father of modern portfolio theory “Perhaps the most important job of a financial advisor is to get their clients in the right place on the efficient frontier in their portfolios,” he told me.
“Policy-Based Financial Planning: Decision Rules for a Changing World” by Dave Yeske, managing director, and Elisa Buie, CEO of Yeske Buie.
Pulling out some highlights of the Household Financial Planning Survey: people who plan feel more confident about their financial decision‐making, manage to save more money, and feel better about their progress only about a third (31%) of decision‐makers today report having ever put together a comprehensive financial plan.
I frequently design financial services, and having just rolled off a project took some time to reflect on trends I’ve noticed.
I had a five-minute conversation with an angel investor last week and described the product I’m working on.
As I write this there’s a group of about 15 developers and designers standing near my desk in a heated but constructive argument about how to check the design is right before the code heads off to QA.
For over seven months I’ve been working with the good folks at Alexander Interactive on some ambitious work for MetLife.
A benefit of being a speaker at Failcon was getting an invitation to a talk hosted by Anit Guha of Orrick Legal.
While I was researching my book Why We Fail: Learning from Experience Design Failures I spent some time reading about people’s experience with RealNetworks, particularly the RealPlayer, and wondering if they were worthy of inclusion in the book, particularly the don’t be evil chapter.