The following excerpt is from Gregory Curtis' latest book, "Family Capital: Working with Wealthy Families to Manage Their Money Across Generations" (Wiley).
Many investors are more fascinated with money managers than is appropriate given the limited -- and likely negative -- impact of managers on their portfolios.
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