“Part of the problem is that investors are fighting their own psychology. They’ve been conditioned to believe that if they try harder, they will get better results.” – Brian Chang
More than ever, in today’s environment, advisors must understand how their clients react to market events and how that influences their decision-making. In his byline, Brian discusses encouraging clients to act in concert with risk tolerance, the strategy of holding sufficient cash to feel comfortable during a market correction, and considering alternatives as a substitute for low-return traditional assets.
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