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Advisors need to be more aware of their shortcomings and do a better job of explaining the value proposition they offer to clients and prospective clients, according to Barry Ritholtz, chairman and chief investment officer of Ritholtz Wealth Management.

“It’s important for advisors and their clients to understand what their blind spots are — where they think they have a skill set that perhaps they don’t — and how to manage being wrong,” he said Friday during an online Riskalyze RIA Roundtable event.

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