Whenever there's market volatility, investors naturally become concerned about what they should do to help protect their portfolios.
Whenever there's market volatility, investors naturally become concerned about what they should do to help protect their portfolios. Ophthalmology Times' contributor John S. Grande, CFP, talks about thinking long term, and how investors may use volatility to their advantage.
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John J., John S, and Traudy F. Grande, CFPs, are co-editors of the Money Matters column in Ophthalmology Times. They are owners and principals of Grande Financial Services Inc., Oakhurst, NJ, (www.grandefs.com) and registered principals of Wells Fargo & Co., member of SIPC. The Grandes advise doctors across the country on a diverse range of investment and financial matters. Readers may submit their financial questions to them at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 800/722-1258.
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