LOS ANGELES – It's clear that leverage was one of the main culprits of the financial meltdown, but what other factors were at play? For advisors, allowing clients to take too much leverage on mortgages was irresponsible and immoral, according to financial planners at the Milken Institute's conference in Los Angeles. 

WHAT ADVISORS DID WRONG

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