Can investment management go purely digital? If so, do people need financial advisors? Sarah Max unpacks Barron's fifth annual ranking of roboadvisors in conversation with Beverly Goodman, editorial director of investing and asset management.

Mon, Aug 16, 2021 · 4:30 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada) (GMT -4:00)
Beverly Goodman
Editorial Director, Investing & Asset Management
Beverly Goodman is Editorial Director of Investing and Asset Management for Barron’s and the Dow Jones Wealth and Asset Management (W&AM) group. She oversees Barron’s coverage of investing, personal finance, and retirement issues and strategies, as well as the asset management industry. She is the editorial lead for W&AM's coverage of the financial advisor industry, overseeing special sections and providing editorial support for conferences and other projects. Prior to joining Barron’s, Goodman was Managing Editor for Fidelity.com, a role that led to becoming an internal consultant, taking the lead on a variety of customer-facing editorial projects. Before Fidelity, Goodman ran Smart Money’s investing coverage; TheStreet.com’s mutual funds, personal finance, and tax coverage; covered the public markets for Red Herring; and retirement and tax policy for Money Magazine.
Sarah Max
Contributing Writer, Barron's
Barron’s contributing writer Sarah Max has been covering business, investing and personal finance for nearly two decades. She covers a wide range of topics for Barron’s but with a particular focus on mutual funds and active fund management. In the latest issue she took a close look at recent bond fund performance to help readers answer the question: “What should we do with our bond funds?”