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Behind the scenes, robo-advisers are quietly hatching plans to compete more aggressively with flesh-and-blood advisers.
Investors are finding bonds with plumper yields, and stocks that beat the S&P 500
Investing in specific companies is the best approach, but it entails more risk
Get excited about the opportunities this new technology opens up, but be critical
Advisers need to be aware of a Supreme Court decision in a major 401(k) fee case's implications for their plan advisory work