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Video: 3 questions you should be asking your financial advisor right now

Video: 3 questions you should be asking your financial advisor right now

March 26, 2020

The last couple weeks have been challenging for all of us, and COVID-19 is disrupting our finances. The stock market is in bear territory, making it easier to make emotionally-based and potentially irrational investment decisions. I’ve lived through financial roller coaster rides, and anyone that’s seen my show MoneyTrack on PBS knows that the worst thing you can do is to make financial moves out of fear.

In this very short video I just made for you, I’m giving you the 3 most important questions to ask your financial advisor right now. The answers to these questions will help you move forward and hopefully add to your peace of mind.

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A sensible game plan for dealing with these financial markets' disruption. Thank you, Pam!

Great words of wisdom, especially in these difficult times! Spread the word and keep us updated as we ride out this roller coaster (and stay healthy!)

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