Those Fancy Initials After Your Financial Adviser's Name Might Not Be As Impressive as They Seem.
Excerpts from article by By JASON ZWEIG and MARY PILON, WSJ online
Just when Americans seem more desperate than ever for trustworthy investment advice, financial advisers are brandishing a baffling array of new credentials—some of which can be earned with minimal or no study and a few hundred dollars.
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