Harold Evensky CFP, is chairman of Evensky & Katz, a fee-only investment advisory firm, and professor of practice in the personal financial planning department at Texas Tech University.
Areas of Expertise: Retirement planning; portfolio design and implementation
Web Site: www.evensky.com
Topics Presented in Speeches:
- Fiduciary Investing
- Retirement Planning: Seven Things You Need to Know
- Future Ain't What It Used to Be: Investing in a Low-Return Environment
- Helping Irrational Investors Make Rational Choices (behavioral finance)
- Retirement Cash Flow Planning
- Evaluating Your Risk Tolerance
- Financial Planning: Ten Things You Need To Know
Harold Evensky, CFP, is chairman of Evensky & Katz, a fee-only investment advisory firm, and professor of practice in the personal financial planning department at Texas Tech University. Evensky served as chair of the TIAA-CREF Institute Advisor Board, the CFP Board of Governors and the International CFP Council. He is on the advisory board of the Journal of Retirement Planning and is the research columnist for the Journal of Financial Planning. Evensky is co-author of "The New Wealth Management" (Wiley, 2011) and is author of "Hello Harold" (Amazon Digital Services, 2016). He is also co-editor of The Investment Think Tank and Retirement Income Redesigned.
Evensky has received numerous awards over the years. The most recent is from Investment Advisor Magazine, 2015 IA 35, for recognizing the adviser advocates, investors, politicians and thought leaders who have stood out over the past 35 years and will influence financial services for decades to come. Don Phillips of Morningstar has called Evensky the "dean of financial planning in America."
Articles by this Author
Portfolio Strategies »
Commonsense guidelines for buying the best investment, and determining the difference between a good story and a good investment.
November 2016 | Journal
Portfolio Strategies »
Combining a year’s worth of cash with a long-term investment portfolio protects immediate needs while still enabling the portfolio to grow.
September 2014 | Journal
Mutual Funds »
What should individual investors do in the face of news stories concerning legal and moral failures within the mutual fund industry? Steps you should take with your mutual funds.
January 2004 | Journal