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Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Conflicts and Capital Allocation | CLS Blue Sky Blog

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In the aggregate, retail investors allocate tremendous amounts of capital and often turn to financial advisers to help them pick the best investment opportunities. In a recently published article, I describe how financial adviser conflicts of interest now distort overall capital allocation by driving capital to investment opportunities that reward financial advisers—altering the flow of capital. Our capital markets work best when they efficiently move capital from savers to opportunities in nee.  show all text
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