The financial industry spent gobs of money on a scare campaign aimed at getting clients to protest the adoption of the Department of Labor’s proposed new fiduciary rule for advisers.
That campaign failed to stop the rule, but it did work pretty well in terms of scaring clients and making some of them wonder whether their advisers really put their interests first.
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