Weekly Focus - September 17, 2014 - "How Much Practice Is Enough? "
I'm guessing that the average Financial Advisor has under management somewhere between thirty and forty million dollars. It's not easy to get there. Yet some Advisors manage $500 million and even $1 billion in assets. How does someone do that? Is the Advisor at that level especially gifted? Is he an outlier? Does she know something nobody else knows? Is it in her DNA, there since birth? Is one Advisor thirty times better than another Advisor?
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