FPA Members Feel Stress, See Opportunity in Market Turmoil

King, Rebecca
January 2009
Journal of Financial Planning;Jan/Feb2009 Practice Management, p29
Academic Journal
The article discusses results of three surveys taken among members of the Financial Planning Association (FPA). An ongoing financial crisis has prompted planners to spend more time with their clients. Over 30% of planners say market volatility has increased their stress levels. Over 40% of financial planners are active in one or another type of social media.


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