A lot of advisors seem to confuse their value proposition--and it hurts them in the long run.
For example? Recently, I wrote about a panel discussion in my newsletter, where it came out that an advisor was meeting with every one of his clients every quarter, to go over the investment performance of their portfolios. To him, his face-time was equal to his value.
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