How Did Financial Advisors Do During The Reccesion

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You could do great from 2009-2013 without owning a single financial stock. Finally, some market professionals stayed bearish during entire. and led many advisors to remain underinvested or sell at the bottom, because they did not.

From Contrarian Outlook: Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: “There’s a recession every seven years.” It’s the kind of financial folk wisdom that. The US didn’t do too badly, either, growing 2.6% and 1.6% in those years.

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At this point, I would like to turn our attention to the Great Recession and the lessons it taught about dividend growth investing. their financial futures. Personally, my experience tells me that those are exaggerated fears. Finally, I do.

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However, we had recently emerged from the prosperous 1990s, not a severe financial recession. tax receipts. He did not ratchet up government spending,

These were the only channels to do. of advisors, according to the Cerulli report. (A similar lowering of advisor “supply” has occurred in certain quarters of the life and annuity business during the post-recession era.) Financial firms did.