Most Advisers Aren't Afraid of "Robo" Advice

Online investment services aren't just for young clients and low-balance accounts; "robo" advice can help any wealth advisory firm grow, says Bernie Clark, the head of Schwab Adviser Services. "Robo" advice is complementary and an opportunity, Mr. Clark says.

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