By Mark Barnicutt on June 1, 2010
In August 2007, my two HighView partners, Greg Rodger and Wayne Gillespie co-authored an article about how the misunderstanding of “Risk” is at the heart of most Advisor/Client conflicts. This article also appeared in The Monitor, the magazine of the Investment Management Consultants Association in August 2007. Given the recent volatility of global capital markets, we believe that the principles outlined in this article are equally relevant today as when this article was written almost three years ago!
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