Sixty-eight percent of investors rely, at least in part, on advisors to manage their money, according to a Fidelity survey.

The survey involved a random sampling of 1,080 investors across the nation who have $100,000 or more invested in mutual funds or securities. Twenty-six percent said they relied exclusively on a financial advisor to manage their money, 42 percent said they relied on both the Internet and an advisor and 31 percent said they relied only on the Internet, according to Fidelity.

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