In my 30 years in this industry, I've seen a lot of people try to predict the future. For instance, I remember a keynote presentation at a conference in the late 1980s when Don Pitti, then president of the International Association for Financial Planning, boldly predicted that the advisory world had such a bright future that, perhaps within the next 25 years, all mutual funds would be sold in the context of a financial plan.


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