PHILADELPHIA -- Online advisory services are beginning to have an impact on the valuations of financial advisory firms.

The low prices and competitive threat of so-called robo advisors were cited as factors that traditional advisors must take into account when valuing their firms for mergers and acquisitions, say experts at Gladstone Associates' annual advisor conference in Philadelphia.

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