One of the most interesting parts of this job is identifying the common factors, or the "connecting threads," between our articles. Sometimes that's planned. Other times, it's not. But when you cover a specific industry, you're bound to see topics overlap, although hopefully from different perspectives that offer new insights. And sometimes, those connecting threads come as a surprise.

This month, the issue that reared its head more than once was a question of whether advisors truly know enough to do their jobs effectively.

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