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The rationale for a contract guaranteeing income while allowing for potential growth in markets remains intact.
Cybersecurity is steadily, if slowly, growing and venture capitalists and average investors are getting interested.
Investors pay an average 3.5 percent annually in advisor fees, but many don't know how much they pay or what they get.