How are advisors planning for volatility?
Heading into 2012, 79% of financial advisors said volatility would be the biggest challenge facing investors this year. Through the first five months of the year, Europe’s sovereign debt and recession woes, China’s economic slowdown, and decelerating jobs growth in the United States have contributed to market uncertainty and volatility.
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