Politics is a polarizing subject that elicits strong emotional response from most individuals. Merely uttering the names “Obama” or “Trump” is bound to get the juices flowing for many readers. Trusted advisors have the dual responsibility of ensuring they overcome these natural human instincts themselves as they act in a fiduciary capacity while also helping their clients overcome them when making financial decisions. Being a fiduciary entails making significant decisions on how to manage
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