Subject: File Number S7-07-18: Stop financial advisers from sapping Americans' retirement savings
From: Nell Wetzel

Jun. 20, 2018

Jun 20, 2018

Securities and Exchange Commission

To the and Exchange Commission,

Dear SEC Members,

It's important to restore the Fiduciary rule for investment advisers,
to assure that everyone gets advice with the purpose of helping them,
not driving up the advisor's fees and commissions. Retirement funds are
already in short supply for a huge number of Americans, whereas banks,
investment firms, and financial advisors are doing quite well.

My step-son is a financial adviser who is also a Christian, and he has
made it a standard part of his practice both as a matter of his faith
and his business, to include a statement of his fiduciary
responsibility to every client.

Please restore the requirement that every financial advisor, wherever
they may work, has to sign and abide by a fiduciary statement to their
clients, every client. Americans who've worked hard for their money and
wish to invest it, or who are saving for retirement or for their
children or grandchildren, deserve to get financial advice appropriate
to their age, condition, and goals.

Sincerely yours,
Nell Wetzel


Mrs. Nell Wetzel