The super rich are getting some super treatment from brokerage firms, perhaps at the expense of the plain old wealthy, according to The Wall Street Journal.

Merrill Lynch and UBS AG both have begun competing for top-tier clients, opening offices each with a specially trained cadre of advisers, to cater to those investors with $10 million or more to invest.

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