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How much do you rely on personal recommendations in your selection of an advisor?

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Sure. Why not? That’s how we make most of our biggest decisions, by taking in suggestions and then making our mind up.
May W., 70
Boston, Mass.

I’d listen I guess. Never hurts to listen. I’m not saying I’d take the advice, but I’d listen. It would probably depend on who it was giving me the advice in the first place, too.
John R., 64
Chicago, Ill.

Some. I’d say I listen if someone I trust and respect tells me about an advisor.
Bill J., 76
San Francisco, Calif.

My current advisor came to me just that way. My youngest brother had built a solid relationship with a financial advisor and gave us a good endorsement to look into using him.
Kellen B., 61
Orlando, Fla.