Advisors should stop denying that potential client with only $250,000 in investible assets.

The so called "emerging affluent" investor group, with an average age of 40, might not have the most money in investible assets at the moment but they could surpass their older counterparts, according to findings in Fidelity’s Millionaire Outlook study.

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