Much of the world’s employment is based on predicting the future. Economists, tarot card readers, seismologists and meteorologists are just the tip of the heap in prediction experts.

Of course, financial planners fit into the demographic nicely. It is a wonder there are so many prediction experts given that most fail at their job. Even with technology and great data, we still can’t predict an earthquake or how much rain will fall in California over the next month.

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