Two Days in the Stock Market

Ruth, Jim
January 2000
Advisor Today;Jan2000, Vol. 95 Issue 1, p18
Trade Publication
Relates the author's experience as a financial planner in the October 1997 stock market crash in the United States. Details on the author's transition from an insurance agent to a financial planner; Advice given to him by Bill Wallace, an insurance agency builder; Lessons learned from the stock market losses.


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