Hi Dariyus. Thanks for your question. I believe it depends on how much money the wealth manager has to invest. Oftentimes, a wealth manager is investing on behalf of an institution or a wealthy individual. An incremental gain of 10% on a $1 million dollar investment can be $100,000 for the wealth manager's client but one has to have $1 million to invest to leverage that investment opportunity. If a wealth manager without the financial assets of his or her clients wants to build wealth, they may have to take more risks to get a higher return, borrow money to invest, or be content with the longer path to building wealth for themselves.