January 2009
Journal of Financial Planning;Jan/Feb2009 Practice Management, p18
Academic Journal
The article presents several graphs and charts of interest to financial planners including one indicating the impact of an economic downturn on planners’ stress levels, another illustrating the downturn’s impact on planners’ attitudes toward asset reallocation, and a third on how planners are addressing market volatility.


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