NEW YORK - Online investment calculators and research on the Internet are augmenting rather than threatening the livelihood of financial advisors, according to a survey by the Forum for Investor Advice of New York.

Only 19 percent of investors currently rely on the Internet as their primary source of investment advice and education, whereas 57 percent of investors rely on financial advisors as their primary source of such information, according to the survey. The survey was released at a conference sponsored by the forum here May 4.

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