MetLife Inc. believes that the once-ignored “emerging investor” is becoming critical to advisor business as firms try to figure out how to retain and recruit new clients.

Eighty million households have $25,000 in investable assets, according to MetLife [MET], yet until now account minimums of $100,000 and above have prevented this rapidly growing group of up-and-coming investors from getting the investment advice they need.

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