Most people would consider Vanguard to be the prototypical “do it yourself” investment house. However, Vanguard recently published a very interesting white paper summarizing how a good advisor can potentially add about 3 percent in net returns to a client’s portfolio every year. The chart below illustrates how that potential 3 percent can be generated:
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