The stock market has come back to a degree from the month-long swoon that ended March 23, with the advent of help from Congress and the Federal Reserve, rescue efforts, Yet it still is down almost 17% from its Feb. 19 peak, and Wednesday’s dip reminds us that rocky times may lie ahead, especially with so many punk earnings results coming.
And no one can predict what the market will do if the pandemic grinds on and the economy falls even more. How does a financial advisor deal with this? We turn to one the most astute and empathetic advisors in the business, Rick Kahler, the founder of Kahler Financial Group, in Rapid City, S.D., to find out:
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