Older advisors the best choice
So says this article on the Marketwatch site, quoting a recent study.
“I really wouldn’t want to go to a wealth adviser who is 25 or 30,” said Laura Carstensen, director of the Stanford Center on Longevity at Stanford University, who is 57. “That’s an area where you want experience. You want someone who’s seen things go well, and not so well.”
A little self-serving this post. But… yep.