You may eventually decide, as I did, that you are quite capable of losing your money on your own without paying someone to help you do so.
Incidentally, since I made that decision, I have been very happy with the results. You have to be tough enough to understand that things will go down periodically and that for the foreseeable future returns over the long run will be on the average no more than about 6% (Warren Buffett says) unless you are REALLY lucky. Historically, I gather that over the really long-term, total returns have been 11 to 11.5%, but we may not live long enough to see that come back. I figure that returns above 6 or 7% are not sustainable and expect downdrafts later (reversion to the mean). I was getting over 19% per annum for several years. Then the pot shrank 44% in 2008. Ouch!
Having said that, I am now down only about 25% from the peak two years ago. (That makes +34% since Feb '09.) You have to have a strong stomach and be very comfortable with your asset allocations.