I suppose it's inevitable that when I write about the future, and embracing the future, it stirred up the old debate about how advisors should be regulated. 

In my newsletter, I am writing about an advisor who hosted multiple SEC examiners in his office for three weeks.  Among the more serious infractions they discovered: His firm had contributed money to a client's favorite charity.  Yet the firm's disclosure documents made no mention of the fact that the firm does not anticipate contributing an equal amount to every client's favorite charity.

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