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 (L to R: Josh Brown, Sean Brown, and Michael Batnick) Sean Brown, YCharts President and CEO, visited our friends at Ritholtz Wealth Management in New York to catch up and talk about how YCharts helps financial advisors. Sean sat down with Ritholtz’s CEO, Josh Brown, and Director of Research, Michael Batnick. Never short on … Continued

Top 3 Reasons CFAs Choose YCharts

In order to put your vast and detailed knowledge set to work, you need a platform that can keep up with your fine-tuned research process yet help you simplify and relay insights to clients, prospects, and colleagues. (Remember, they haven’t studied this stuff for hundreds and hundreds of hours). CFAs need the horsepower of a … Continued

Advisors: Do Clients Perceive Your Value?

As a registered investment advisor (RIA) there are two common methods for growing your firm: Method 1: Grow AUM in current accounts. Method 2: Grow AUM by adding new accounts. Top advisors recognize that sustainable growth requires them to simultaneously focus on both methods. In order to grow the quantity and size of accounts managed, advisors must … Continued

How YCharts Enables Our Customers to Succeed

YCharts is shining the spotlight on one of our Customer Success Managers, John Feller. John has been an integral part of YCharts support for over three years, spending his days enabling our customers to make smarter investment decisions. From answering support tickets and website chats a few years ago to effectively managing an entire region … Continued

Coming Through in the Clutch – Business and Sports Parallels

By Sean Brown, President and CEO at YCharts I love sports. I love to play them. I love to coach them. I love to watch them. Some of the sports memories I’ll never forget were the result of being part of an inspired, high-performing team that won. Some of my greatest business memories also came … Continued

The Plight of the Modern Financial Advisor: Time is Not on Their Side

Financial advisors come in all shapes and sizes, but all have one unifying trait — their time is limited. Most advisors wear many hats — sales, support, research, IT, compliance, HR, planning — the list goes on. I hear the phrase “I’m just so busy” at least three times a day when I’m talking to … Continued