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These days, the average investor sees returns of 7.6%, reports Moneysense (based on a new survey). That compares to returns of 6.9%, on average, for financial professionals.

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It turns out, however, that teachers who invest are at the top of the list, says the survey. They collect the best comparative returns (10.2%) for three main reasons. Find out more.

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Originally published on Advisor.ca

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