We have all grown up to respect the customer, to accept that the customer is always right. But in the case of investment advice, it is often the clients themselves who have given their advisors the wrong objectives for ensuring long-term growth of their portfolios.
Industry reports periodically criticize investment advisors for underperforming long-term global performance indices. The strong implication is that most financial advisors do not do a good job in managing money.
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