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Betterment and other independent providers of automated investment platforms have been vocal supporters of the fiduciary rule.(Photo: iStock)

New York-based Betterment, the country’s largest independent robo-advisory that now oversees more than $6 billion in assets, placed full-page ads in Sunday’s New York Times and Monday’s Wall Street Journal imploring readers, investors, and President-elect Donald Trump to get behind the Department of Labor’s fiduciary rule.

Nick Thornton

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