What To Do When The Stock Market Is Crashing


This week David expands on last week’s show where he talked about using a fixed indexed annuity for the bond portion of your allocation. This week he talks about how we have helped some of our clients allocate the equity portion their money. We believe it’s important in retirement to be downside focused first. And it’s important to be nibble in your equity approach, because the dynamics may quickly change. Those who are positioned to adapt to rapid change often come out on top. David explains how we achieve this for our clients.

 

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