Only 57 percent of investors said their financial advisors proved their worth in navigating recent market conditions, according to a new report.

The report, by Fidelity Investments, examined the role of “valued advisors” who proved their worth to investors while navigating recent market conditions, resulting in their clients seeing clear value in their service offering.  Financial advisors who proved their worth as “valued advisors” benefited from clients who were more engaged, trusting and loyal, with 66 percent saying they would likely stay with their advisors if they switched firms (compared to 37 percent for investors without a valued advisor).

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