Suffering--Literally--from the Blues

April 2003
Journal of Financial Planning;Apr2003, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p19
Academic Journal
Comments on an article regarding the incidence of depression on the financial planning profession. Risk factors including bad publicity, pressure from clients and managers, guilt for client losses and lack of support systems.


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