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SNIX01,

Personally I would avoid investment advisors entirely. If you are not comfortable making your own decisions, use a very low fee index fund or mutual fund.

If you much use an advisor, make sure it is one that charges you a fee for service and does not try to sell you products or funds for which they receive a commission.

David
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