Measuring the Value of a Financial Professional
These relationships can make a difference for investors.
As we are coming to year-end, I wanted to share a few thoughts on the crazy market events of 2020, and also expectations for 2021. Maybe all this will help us be prepared for the next bubble, pandemic, government shutdown, etc… because you know there is always something. Even though none of us want to relive 2020, I think we can always learn something from 2020.
Investors are routinely warned about allowing their emotions to influence their decisions. However, they are less routinely cautioned about their preconceptions and biases that may color their financial choices.