Review: Morningstar Office's web-based platform combines research, advisor tools
No-frills interface offers easy access to reports, benchmarking
Signed on with them 6 months ago. Was told I could get my existing data converted. After I signed up I was told “Not so”. Data conversion was phased out. New system available by September. Nope, not yet. I’m paying for something I can’t use. Looking into their competitors. Tired of being ripped off.
Save your money!!! There…you’ve been warned.
Glad I did not waste our firm’s money on this. We were about to pull the trigger and go with this as our rebalancing solution. What happens now to legacy client’s? So you now have to buy in to Morningstar Advisor’s stand alone product to utilize this going forward? What about advisor’s that use a watered down version via their broker/delaer arrangements? This article is very good in one sense that it sounds the bell and alerts the industry, but very lite on specifics.
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