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Robo advisors have grabbed headlines in recent years with stories about how they represent the next wave of financial advice. Just two weeks ago, for instance, the San Francisco 49ers announced a partnership with the robo advisor firm Wealthfront. But the “rise of the machines” has so far failed to translate to a sea change in consumer preferences.

According to a recent Wells Fargo/Gallup Investor and Retirement Optimism Index survey of a nationally representative sample of investors with $10,000 or more in invested assets, consumers are more than twice as likely to use a dedicated financial advisor than an online financial planning website. One in five...

How Liberty’s New Trading Features Make Your Practice More Efficient

Is technology slowing down your business? At the end of February, Trust is launching several new features on the Liberty platform that are designed to make portfolio management simpler than...

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3 Ways Blogs Help Advisors Generate New Leads

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Blogs are an excellent tool for generating new leads when they’re executed well. If...

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5 Mistakes You Don’t Know You Are Making on Social Media

Originally published by Financial Social Media

By: Amy McIlwain

Have you ever made a mistake that [at the time] you weren’t aware...

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Tips for Making a Successful Career Transition in the New Year

Making a career change can be daunting for any advisor. To better help you make a transition, Trust Company of America is launching Advisor Pathways, a program designed to provide the tools and consulting needed to make a successful career change. Advisor Pathways is specifically geared to serve...

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