How do you go from being the fourth-ranked advisor on the BIC Top 50 in 2013 to missing the list altogether (although just barely) in 2014?

As it turns out, it’s easy, Brett Everhart explains with a laugh. An advisor can fall in the ranking even in a good year. Indeed, he increased his book to $170 million from $152 million the previous year, and his production to a cool $1.3 million from $950,000, a good year by almost any measure.

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