Maybe, just maybe financial advisers aren't a bunch of morons. Maybe the requirement of having everyone complete between 30 and 50 hours per year of professional development combined with the constant reading and research required to be competitive let alone competent means that advisers are actually doing a good job overall?What would have been an acceptable failure rate for the naysayers to be happy?
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