Are You Riding the Stock Market “Roller Coaster”?
Written By: Scott Bishop, MBA, CPA/PFS, CFP®
Over the past few years, I have been writing articles on coordinating your investment discipline with your overall Financial Plan. Some of my recent articles talk about “Stress Testing” your portfolio and better aligning your overall portfolio allocation with your Financial Plan.
Over the past year, I have been called by MANY journalists asking for some of my opinions on the markets and how to help clients deal with this volatility. At Avidian Wealth, many of these articles are listed in our “In the News” section of our website. I also publish many of these on my twitter account @STAWealthAdv – please follow me to continue to see my thoughts. Also, if you are concerned about the markets, please call us so we can help you make prudent investment decisions aligned with your personal goals and objectives.
Top 20 STA “In The News” on Market Volatility and Planning Ideas:
- Wall Street Journal – Retiring soon? Planning for market downturns.
- Houston CPA Society Forum – How to stay sane in crazy markets
- GoBanking Rates – Fear that you will never retire?
- US News – Differences between tactical and strategic asset allocation
- The Street – Can you visualize Your retirement dreams?
- Investopedia – Do you have the right financial advisor?
- Forbes – Dealing with volatile markets
- Horsesmouth – How much “Advisor Alpha” are you getting from your advisor?
- Pursuit of Happiness Radio – Investing in high volatility (radio interview on KTRH)
- Financial Planning Association – Seven developments that may impact your finances
- Forbes – Six tips for managing financial risks in middle age
- Magnify Money – How to prepare for the next recession
- Forbes – Eight factors for business owners to consider before retiring
- CNBC – Worried about IRA fraudsters stealing your money (self-directed IRA scams)
- FPA – The power of Financial Planning Part 2
- FPA – The power of Financial Planning Part 4
- InsuranceNews – Investors comfortable yet terrified of risk
- Advisor News – How advisors can prepare for a bear market
- Investment News – How financial advisors are dealing with market tumble
- Reuters – Got Cash? What to do with it right now
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