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Advisors' top priority in 2014: practice growth

The report adds that advisor optimism fell to 79 percent this quarter from 83 percent last quarter.
The report adds that advisor optimism fell to 79 percent this quarter from 83 percent last quarter.

Growing a book of business by acquiring new clients is judged a primary area of focus in 2014 by 70 percent of financial advisors, according new research.

Russell Investments discloses this finding in its latest edition of its “Financial Professional Outlook.” The quarterly snapshot of advisor sentiment canvassed the opinions of 257 financial advisors working for more than 120 national, regional and independent advisory firms nationwide.

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