Michael F. Kay Ranked #6 on Investopedia’s List of Top 100 Most Influential Advisors

By June 13, 2018Press Releases

New Jersey-Based Kay Recognized For Spreading His Message of Financial Life Planning

Michael F. Kay, author of The Feel Rich Project and founder of the firm Financial Life Focus, today was named sixth on Investopedia’s list of top 100 most influential financial advisors. Investopedia, the premier online source of trusted financial information and services, announced the second annual INVESTOPEDIA 100, a ranking of leading financial advisors based on social, digital and event influence.

Investopedia’s content sciences team analyzed financial advisors based on their presence on social media platforms, traditional media outlets and blogs as well as their marketing efforts to rank the top 100.

“I am honored to be included on Investopedia’s list of Top 100 Financial Advisors and to know my message of transforming your relationship with money is resonating,” said Kay.

A pioneer in the financial life planning movement, Kay’s approach helps him uncover his clients’ money mindsets. He established his fee-only firm on the belief that advisors should first focus on what their clients value versus the size of their portfolio.

“While many publishers rank advisors based on their client base or assets under management, we wanted to celebrate advisors who have dedicated their time to educating investors,” said Investopedia CEO David Siegel. “This is about more than followers: we set out to identify advisors like Michael F. Kay who are influential leaders and are passionate about financial education, like we are.”

The full list can be found here.

Kay is available for speaking engagements and represented by Engage Your Stage.

About Michael F. Kay

Michael F. Kay is the founder and president of Financial Life Focus, a fee-only multi-advisor financial life planning firm in Livingston, New Jersey. Kay established FLF on the belief that advisors should focus first on what their clients value and not the value of their portfolio. He is the author of two books: The Feel Rich Project, a playbook that shows readers how to match their money with the life they want and The Business of Life, a guide for financial planners to align their practice with their lives. Media outlets from the Wall Street Journal to USA Today have featured his financial advice. Kay is also a regular contributor to Inc., Forbes and Psychology Today. Learn more at http://www.michaelfkay.com/ or follow him on Twitter, @MichaelFKay.

About Investopedia

Investopedia is the world’s leading online source of financial content, with more than 27 million unique visitors and 78 million page views each month. Powered by a team of data scientists and financial experts, Investopedia offers timely, trusted and actionable financial information for every investor, from early investors to financial advisors to high net worth individuals. Investopedia is wholly owned by IAC (NASDAQ: IAC) and operated by IAC Publishing, a collection of some of the web’s largest and most trusted digital media brands. For the latest in financial news and information, visit http://www.investopedia.com. 

Award Criteria

The INVESTOPEDIA 100 was created by analyzing the presence and impact of financial advisors across social media channels, TV and radio, conferences, and their own blogs and websites. To conduct this analysis, we looked at their frequency of posts and appearances, number of followers, reader engagement, and citations of their work by other advisors, consumers and the financial media. Investopedia’s editorial team reviewed the results, researched each advisor under consideration, and made the final determination.