It is the first job of private wealth managers to help create, from among various investment strategies, income or growth sufficient for the everyday needs of their clients. In addition, they must provide enough excess growth to account for inflation in order that their clients’ purchasing power does not erode over time. In addition, hopefully the wealth manager will continue to grow the clients’ assets so that they become richer.
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