Is behavioral finance the new frontier — and revenue source — of the financial advisory business?

It might have to be. With the introduction of the Department of Labor’s fiduciary rule, and the advent of robo advisers, planners are facing an existential crisis, said Sarah Newcomb, a behavioral economist at Morningstar, during Financial Planning's webinar "Behavioral Finance Techniques: Best Practices Beneficial to your Clients.”

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