Investment Consultant

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DEFINITION of 'Investment Consultant'

An advisor who helps investors with their long-term investment planning. An investment consultant, unlike a broker, does more in-depth work on formulating clients' investment strategies, helping them fulfill their needs and goals.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'Investment Consultant'

The idea behind an investment consultant is that they be part of the client's investment strategy for a long period of time. The consultant's job is to actively monitor the client's investments and continue to work with the client as goals change over time.

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