A Taste of Humble Pie

Lee, Shelley A.
January 2001
Journal of Financial Planning;Jan2001, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p66
Academic Journal
Focuses on the negative performance of the stock market in the United States in 2000 and how it affected the financial planning industry. Most difficult periods in the market; Impact of the drop in stock prices in April 2000; Relationship between the overall economy and the market. INSET: Exchange Traded Funds: This Year's Investment Flavor Du Jour?.


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