Identifying a niche market can set a practice apart in the advisory world, so that instead of scrambling for highly sought-after clients, they seek out the firm.

But identifying that niche isn't always easy. Advisers can decide on the client group with which they most enjoying working or share an affinity or the one that will net the largest fees.

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