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Financial advisers at the biggest discount brokerages don't earn commissions, but advice isn't impartial. Comp practices encourage the sale of products that are more lucrative for them and more costly for investors. @annetergesen @jasonzweigwsj  https://www.wsj.com/articles/advisers-at-leading-discount-brokers-win-bonuses-to-push-higher-priced-products-1515604130 
Merrill Lynch bans #bitcoin $GBTC buying across all accounts and says fee-accounts must close positions, the latest sign of crypto wariness on Wall Street. https://t.co/S4WfYN3bgZ
RT @RobinJPowell: This is a must-read: ten empty clichés the fund industry has been trotting out for years.. and the financial media keeps…
RT @WSJmarkets: Business is booming for discount brokerages, and not because of day traders  http://on.wsj.com/2og8f0g  via @LisaBeilfuss
Discount brokerages have evolved from the things of day traders, now focusing on financial advisers. And they're booming as more advisers break away from Wall Street. https://t.co/NyXvmcc7vY
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