TL;DR By: Gabriel PotterMBA, AIFA® 2016.06.21

For those of you who spend as much time as I do browsing Reddit with your smartphone, you already know the internet acronym “TL;DR” means:  “too long; didn’t read”.

It’s a hard lesson for people like me, who tend to “geek out” over the details:  most people aren’t as interested in your work as you are.  Cut to the chase.  Give me the short version.  Give me the executive summary.  It’s especially difficult when we are talking about verbose, technical, complicated concepts – like fiduciary responsibility.  It’s a shame that complex problems aren’t solved with simple answers and that reality isn’t always easy to compress into bullet points.  So, since we can’t always ask for your full attention when talking about important, but complicated issues, we do the next best thing:  we try and summate information into bite-sized chunks and provide it to you regularly.

In other words, are you getting our Weekly Flash Reports?  It contains everything you need to know about the previous week’s market and legislative information in a single slide of bulleted information. 

If you have the time to dive deeply into a topic, you can always read our monthly articles or our quarterly magazine – Confero.  But if you just want the short version?  Make sure you’re getting our weekly flash report!

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Gabriel Potter

Gabriel is a Senior Investment Research Associate at Westminster Consulting, where he is responsible for designing strategic asset allocations and conducts proprietary market research.

An avid writer, Gabriel manages the firm’s blog and has been published in the Journal of Compensation and Benefits,...

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