When it comes to making investment decisions, the wealthy “seem very self confident and will turn to their peers before turning to advisors,” according to the Knight Frank/Citi Private Bank’s global Wealth Report 2010.

The majority of high-net-worth individuals that responded ranked their own expertise as their most important source of information, with their colleagues in second place. Personal bank or wealth manager and independent financial advisor tied for third place.

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