Regulation | Pascoe Barton

By: Pascoe Barton  06-Dec-2011

Many investors seek help in managing investments. The quality and type of help they seek can vary dramatically depending on one small detail, who is paying their adviser? If you are paying the adviser, the adviser should be working for you. Most importantly, it is important to understand the nature of the relationship between you, your adviser, and the investments that the adviser recommends.

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