Behavioral Portfolio Management: A Goal Based Approach
An Applied Behavioral Finance Group Event
Behavioral Finance has become increasingly relevant as a means to include clients behavioral biases in investments constraints, goals, and risk tolerance. Goal based portfolios are an effective way to mitigate these biases, especially loss eversion and mental accounting. Many investment firms talk about behavioral finance and goals based investing. But are any really doing it? This discussion will dive into the realities of goals based investing from a behavioral finance perspective. We will identify types of tangible investment goals, discuss specifics allocations to address these goals, and develop a holistic portfolio. By reviewing the academic history of asset management and behavioral finance, we will understand why we use our jargon. This provides us the foundation to modify our approach to address investors goals, as opposed to academic theory targets. This discussion will be interactive with specific investment recommendations, and provide opportunity for individual customization to allow for firm specific perspectives.
Ron Florance, CFA | Ron Florance is a private investment consultant and financial educator with over 30 years of experience in the investment field. Ron founded RMF Consulting, LLC after retiring from Wells Fargo Wealth Management in 2014. At Wells Fargo, Ron was the Deputy Chief Investment Officer responsible for developing and executing investment strategy guidance for high-net-worth individuals, families and philanthropic entities. Ron’s expertise includes Global Asset Allocation, Equity Research, Fixed Income Research, Manager Due Diligence and portfolio design and management. His prior corporate experience included roles at The Vanguard Group, Wells Fargo Nikko Investment Advisors, and The Private Bank at Bank of America.
Ron earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Mathematics and Economics from Brown University and was awarded a Chartered Financial Analyst designation in 1995. Ron is a frequent speaker at industry conferences, a TED speaker, and is quoted nationally and internationally both in print and broadcast media. Ron focuses on fiduciary investment responsibilities and is a member of the Advisory Board of Robertson Stephens. Ron meets with individuals, foundations, and endowments to evaluate investment needs and strategies. Back To Top ^^
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Scott Laudeman, CFA
|As a participant in the CFA Institute Approved-Provider Program, the CFA Society of Los Angeles has determined that this program qualifies for 1 credit hours. If you are a CFA Institute member, CE credit for your participation in this program will be automatically recorded in your CE Diary.|