Trust and transparency — almost every client and prospect is looking for these qualities in an advisor. After spending years building wealth, an investor wants to know that his or her retirement portfolio is in good hands.

Like parents doing research before selecting a day-care facility, investors inevitably ask about an advisor’s track record. But they don’t usually have the financial background to know which metrics to look at or what questions to ask.

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