Stories about advisors cheating their clients are far from rare, and therefore, advisors must do a better job at educating and appeasing concerns, says Daniel Bernstein, director of research and development of MarketCounsel, a so-called advisor for advisors.
A healthy dose of skepticism among clients is natural and healthy, says Bernstein.
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