No amount of automated investing technology can substitute the role of the traditional financial advisor, who will remain in demand for generations to come, NAPFA executives say.
"It's a tool," says NAPFA CEO Geoffrey Brown. "You can put some money into it but it's never going to completely replace that human interaction."
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