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In 1841, Alejandro and Joaquin are bandits, running a scam with Three-Fingered Jack to collect the bounty on their heads and steal a strongbox. Before they can escape with the money, they are caught by Captain Harrison Love, Montero's new American right-hand man. Jack and Joaquin are captured while Alejandro escapes, and Joaquin shoots himself rather than be executed by Captain Love. Love then beheads Joaquin's corpse and takes the head. Montero returns to California as a civilian, alongside Elena, who has grown into a beautiful woman and resembles her late mother. Montero's reappearance motivates de la Vega to escape from prison. He encounters Alejandro getting drunk and recognizes the silver medallion he gave his brother as a boy. De la Vega learns Murietta is on a similar quest for vengeance on Captain Love for his brother's death and agrees to make Alejandro his protégé, recruiting him to be the new Zorro. Alejandro agrees to undergo de la Vega's training regimen in Zorro's secret cave underneath the ruins of his family estate to be able to take revenge.
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A financial advisor is not just someone who manages your investments. An advisor can help you figure out your savings, how to build for retirement, help with estate planning, and others. If however you only need to discuss portfolio allocations, they can do that too (usually for a fee)."}},"@type": "Question","name": "How Much Do You Pay a Financial Advisor?","acceptedAnswer": "@type": "Answer","text": "Financial advisors can be paid in a number of ways. Some will be commission-based and will make a percentage of the products they steer you into. These types of positions have been heavily criticized as the advisor may not have your best interests in mind if they are trying to make a commission. Most financial advisors work for a percentage fee based on the amount they are responsible for. Some, like hedge funds, will make a percentage of your profit as well.","@type": "Question","name": "Are Financial Advisors Free?","acceptedAnswer": "@type": "Answer","text": "Financial advisors are almost never "free." Even though you may not be responsible for any upfront fees, a financial advisor can make a percentage of your principal, commissions on what products they sell you, and sometimes even a percentage of your profits. Very high net worth individuals may be offered "free" advisor services, but more often than not these advisors are tasked with subtly steering the individual into products or services that benefit the institution. This isn't to say the person using the advisor is losing anything, but the advisor, and who they work, for will always find a way to profit."]}]}] EducationGeneralDictionaryEconomicsCorporate FinanceRoth IRAStocksMutual FundsETFs401(k)Investing/TradingInvesting EssentialsFundamental AnalysisPortfolio ManagementTrading EssentialsTechnical AnalysisRisk ManagementNewsCompany NewsMarkets NewsCryptocurrency NewsPersonal Finance NewsEconomic NewsGovernment NewsSimulatorYour MoneyPersonal FinanceWealth ManagementBudgeting/SavingBankingCredit CardsHome OwnershipRetirement PlanningTaxesInsuranceReviews & RatingsBest Online BrokersBest Savings AccountsBest Home WarrantiesBest Credit CardsBest Personal LoansBest Student LoansBest Life InsuranceBest Auto InsuranceAdvisorsYour PracticePractice ManagementFinancial Advisor CareersInvestopedia 100Wealth ManagementPortfolio ConstructionFinancial PlanningAcademyPopular CoursesInvesting for BeginnersBecome a Day TraderTrading for BeginnersTechnical AnalysisCourses by TopicAll CoursesTrading CoursesInvesting CoursesFinancial Professional CoursesSubmitTable of ContentsExpandTable of ContentsFinancial Advisor RolesCreating a Financial PlanAdvisors and InvestmentsRegular Financial MonitoringSigns You May Need an AdvisorHow to Choose a Financial AdvisorThe Costs of a Financial AdvisorRobo-AdvisorsFinancial Advisor FAQsThe Bottom LineInvestopediaFinancial AdvisorWhat Does a Financial Advisor Do?ByAmy Fontinelle Full Bio LinkedIn Twitter Amy Fontinelle has more than 15 years of experience covering personal finance, corporate finance and investing.
Financial advisors can be paid in a number of ways. Some will be commission-based and will make a percentage of the products they steer you into. These types of positions have been heavily criticized as the advisor may not have your best interests in mind if they are trying to make a commission. Most financial advisors work for a percentage fee based on the amount they are responsible for. Some, like hedge funds, will make a percentage of your profit as well.
Financial advisors are almost never "free." Even though you may not be responsible for any upfront fees, a financial advisor can make a percentage of your principal, commissions on what products they sell you, and sometimes even a percentage of your profits. Very high net worth individuals may be offered "free" advisor services, but more often than not these advisors are tasked with subtly steering the individual into products or services that benefit the institution. This isn't to say the person using the advisor is losing anything, but the advisor, and who they work, for will always find a way to profit.
In general, fraud and scammers are at an all-time high! If you are asked to make changes to who, where and how you send money, VERIFY with that payee through an alternate contact method. For example if you receive an e-mail request, verify the change via a known contact number, not through email. Email addresses get hacked and text messages get spoofed, take extra precaution when a payee asks you to make changes.
In addition, the Board of Bar Examiners strongly recommend that applicants take Mock Exam #4. Although this mock exam is not required, taking Mock Exam #4 will ensure that you have the latest software uploaded and that your computer functions properly and meets all minimum system requirements prior to exam day. The mock exam files will be available until July 30, 2021 at 5:01 PM (ET).
ATTENTION ALL FEBRUARY 2021 BAR EXAM APPLICANTS: If you have received Out-of-State Fingerprint Instructions, have opted to be fingerprinted using hard cards, and have not yet been fingerprinted or have been fingerprinted, but you have yet to send your fingerprints to IdentoGo for processing , please take note that the address to send your completed fingerprint cards has changed as of March 1, 2021. The address listed on your Out-of-State Fingerprint Instructions is no longer valid. The new address to send your completed fingerprint cards is:
For applicants who may be attempting to finalize the upload of one of their proctoring sessions (video monitoring file), ExamSoft recommends that you keep Examplify on your computer and open until your upload is completed. You do not need to call ExamSoft Technical Support at this time. However, if you feel that your upload is taking an unusual amount of time due to your internet speed, please send an email to: Monitoringfiles@ExamSoft.com so that ExamSoft can track your case and help you transfer your monitoring file. Please be sure to include your name and the email address associated with your bar exam (return phone number optional). ExamSoft will review your situation and notify you if any additional action is required.
Rarely, an applicant may experience a technical issue mid-exam. These types of issues can often be resolved by rebooting the device. Press and hold the power button until the computer is completely off, wait 5 seconds, and then restart your device. Once Examplify restarts, it will return to within 59 seconds of where you left off in the exam. DO NOT CLOSE OR EXIT the exam, as you will be unable to re-enter and your exam session will end. If you are out of the exam for more than a few minutes, you will need to call ExamSoft support.
Applicants will be automatically prompted to update the software during the week of September 28 when they login to download the bar exam files. ExamSoft regularly pushes new updates to users, and this update will not disrupt other functions of the application. For added assurance and experience with the application, applicants will be granted an additional opportunity to take Mock Exam 2 after installing the upgrade. Although downloading the software upgrade is mandatory, participation in the additional mock exam is entirely optional, and is not required in order to take the exam.
As a reminder, the due date for completing mock Exam 1 and Mock Exam 2 was September 18. Applicants who have not completed Mock Exam 1 and Mock Exam 2 will be de-activated on September 24th (unless they have a pending support ticket) and will NOT be able to take the exam.
Applicants must submit the form via e-mail to: Opt-Out.Mailbox@njcourts.gov no later than Tuesday, August 18, 2020. Please be advised that once you submit this form, the Board of Bar Examiners will deem your decision final.
If you already submitted your complete July 2020 bar examination application, you do not need to take any further action. If you already began your application for the July 2020 examination, you may continue completing your application. Those applications will be transferred in our system as Fall 2020 applications.