Joining the Board of Advisors at Riskalyze!

I have a very cool announcement to make, this week I’ve agreed to join the board of advisors at Risklayze!

The announcement is below:

Today, we have another exciting announcement. Joshua Brown, known to the advisor community and feared by old line Wall Street as the “Reformed Broker,” has joined Riskalyze as a member of our advisory board.

Josh is Vice President of Fusion Analytics Investment Partners, authored “Backstage Wall Street,” pens the “Reformed Broker” blog, and it is rare to be able to glance at CNBC without seeing his glossy wonder-boy good looks filling up the screen.

At Fusion, Josh and his team use Riskalyze Pro to serve their clients as a fee-based registered investment advisory firm. Josh’s stance against the boiler room tactics of the Wall Street old guard were a visionary insight into the change now sweeping the industry to make advisors advocates and fiduciaries for their clients.

We’re incredibly excited to have Josh aboard and look forward to the insights he helps us uncover for advisors.

Riskalyze is one of the key software / service providers for the wealth management practice we run. Using it, we’re able to build and maintain better portfolios as well as better gauge the true risk tolerance of each client we’re responsible for.

In the coming weeks, I’ll be discussing how we use Riskalyze on a daily basis and how you can too.

Thanks to Aaron, whom I first met at Stocktoberfest this past fall on Coronado Island, for breaking down the door and forcing me to open my eyes to the amazing capabilities of his product. I’m really fired up to be in a position to help the company grow its presence in the RIA / brokerage channel.

Source:

Downtown Josh Brown, the “Reformed Broker,” Joins Riskalyze Advisory Board (Riskalyze)

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