3 Tips to Keep Emotions From Causing Investing Mistakes

Often, being a financial adviser is as much about wrangling client emotions as it is about managing money.

Thanks to a 24/7 news cycle, every event, great or small, seems to bring a fresh wave of worry. Investors get caught up in the headlines of the day -- political uncertainty, global unrest and a near-constant stream of economic updates -- and they want to know what it means

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