You probably think you can spot a liar. In fact, as an advisor, you may think it’s one of your professional attributes.

No one, after all, wants to get stuck working with a Madoff-like money manager, an analyst fudging facts about a stock -- or especially a client who’s not as forthcoming as he ought to be.

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