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Oct 12, 2006 11:36 pm

I understand Merrill has the best financial planning software in the industry. 

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How many of you veterans actually use this stuff?  Personally, I think it will be very useful for a rookie.  But for someone who has years of experience, I imagine you don’t use it much. 

Which is better at picking funds and allocation: the software or an experienced broker?  Ok- experience vs. technology?

Dirty Delt