Controlling Risk in a Financial Crisis

Hayden, Vern C.
November 2008
Journal of Financial Planning;Nov/Dec2008, Vol. 21 Issue 11, p40
Academic Journal
The author reflects on steps that can be taken to control risk during a financial crisis. Goals that the author has regarding his clients' finances are mentioned, such as having his clients being able to meet their goals. Steps that the author has taken to assist his clients in meeting their goals are mentioned, including not holding onto investments for a long period of time.


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