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Behavioral coaching and your portfolio

July 17, 2015
 
 

Learn how an advisor can act as an emotional circuit breaker when volatility occurs

A few bad days in the markets can cause sleepless nights for even the most seasoned investors. Partnering with a financial advisor can help take the emotion out when normal market volatility occurs. Mary Ryan and Phillip Korenman of Vanguard Personal Advisor Services® and Colleen Jaconetti of Vanguard Investment Strategy Group explain the benefit of having an advisor act as an emotional circuit breaker when volatility occurs.

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