Talking Point: Your Turn to Play Economist

December 2006
Journal of Financial Planning;Dec2006, Vol. 19 Issue 12, p16
Academic Journal
The article attempts to initiate a discussion about different outlooks on the United States financial markets. Readers are asked to respond with their opinions on what psychological impact the Dow Jones Industrial Average's crossing 12,000 has on the U.S. economy, what discussions they have had with their clients about the economy, how housing will affect their plans to spend and move equity, what adjustments they are making to clients' plans based on the market, and what effects the dramatic changes in the control of Congress will have on the economy.


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