SHREWSBURY, N.J., March 6, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — For the fourth straight year, Financial Advisor magazine was ranked first among publications targeting professional financial advisors, according to Erdos & Morgan’s Financial Advisor Media Usage and Outlook Study (FAMOUS). Erdos & Morgan has been conducting syndicated and custom market research since 1947.

Financial Advisor ranked ahead of Financial Planning, Investment Advisor, Investment News, Rep, and recently ceased publications On Wall Street and Research. Their survey of digital media websites designed specifically for professionals offering financial advice shows Financial Advisor‘s website,, was selected as the online destination that they visited most often, ahead of,,,,,, and

«The results of this survey are a reflection on the talent and hard work of our editorial staff, as well as that of our many outside contributors. Our readers are fortunate that we have always supported spending on the editorial side of our business, regardless of the business climate,» said Evan Simonoff, Editorial Director of Charter Financial Publishing Network, publisher of Financial Advisor.

«Seventeen years ago, we created FA to be the first and only publication to exclusively target and serve independent advisors and RIAs. As the industry has evolved, most of our competitors have reduced their print circulation and discontinued publications while we have expanded ours,» said David Smith, Founding Publisher of Financial Advisor magazine.

In addition to its magazines and websites for financial advisors, CFPN offers custom publishing, webinars and national conferences that include Invest In WomenInside RetirementInside Alternatives and Smart Beta.

About Financial Advisor Magazine
Reaching 108,000 qualified readers each month, Financial Advisor delivers essential market information and strategies that advisors need to succeed in their increasingly complex environment. FA focuses on sophisticated planning and investment strategies to help advisors better serve their affluent clients, as well as practice management ideas to help advisors build their firms. FA goes in-depth to challenge traditional planning wisdom by introducing readers to new approaches to help them better counsel clients. To achieve these goals, FA continuously seeks to bring together the best team of editors and contributing writers to provide the most compelling publication for the top decision-makers in the financial advisory field.

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