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Nobel laureate Robert J. Shiller takes financial advisers seriously. In fact, he believes they are so important to consumers that he has advocated that the government subsidize personal advice for those who can't afford it on their own.
FINANCIAL ADVISERS should applaud the Labor Department's decision to seek a Supreme Court ruling on the fiduciary duty of those overseeing defined-contribution plans that contain company stock. The Supreme Court's
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Dorothy Weaver Founder & CEO, Collins Capital
Liz Ann SondersChief Investment Strategist, Charles Schwab Corp.