Investors trust their financial advisor more than any other institutional professional, including their primary doctor or their accountant, according to the John Hancock Trust Survey.

The 2012 survey found that of the 1,005 investors surveyed, 84% reported they “trust strongly” their financial advisor, while primary doctors were only “strongly trusted” by 79% of those surveyed and accountants by 74%.

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