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The major Wall Street firms are finally getting prudent with their approach. Some words from firms in annual addresses in 2003: Remember, all that glitters is not gold. Financial planning is a means to an end, not an end unto itself. Be the master of your finances, not the other way around. Investors should take a back-to-basics, goal-oriented approach that incorporates realistic expectations. Gee,

The major Wall Street firms are finally getting prudent with their approach. Some words from firms in annual addresses in 2003:

“Remember, all that glitters is not gold.”

“Financial planning is a means to an end, not an end unto itself.”

“Be the master of your finances, not the other way around.”

Investors should take a “back-to-basics, goal-oriented approach that incorporates realistic expectations.”

Gee, thanks.

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