How financial advisors are compensated doesn’t determine their character, but it does influence their behavior.
As the debate over regulatory standards of conduct for financial advisors plays out in Washington, the issue for investors boils down to how their advisors are paid and how well the arrangement aligns the interests of the advisor with their own.
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