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Compensation Drives Bad Behavior- The Fiduciary Rule

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Compensation drives (Bad) Behavior-the fiduciary rule. Every day unknowing and unsophisticated investors are being ripped off and the industry doesn’t care to stop it.

A financial advisor’s activities are not oriented to strictly an individual’s retirement accounts, for which the Fiduciary Rule applies. Mostly advisers provide more holistic advice helping piece together a plan for their clients’ future, which includes a retirement account. This is where the argument lies. The so-called ‘industry’ believes that what is deemed suitable for a client is far different than what is required when the client’s best interests are put first.

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