Retirement Investors Staying the Course Despite Coronavirus Worries: Survey

The American College of Financial Services
March 6, 2020

With the coronavirus spreading around the world and wreaking havoc with global financial markets, one community that’s feeling the biggest impact is those saving up for retirement. Despite this, a recent survey by The American College of Financial Services found most Retirement Income Certified Professional® (RICP®)-designated advisors are telling their clients to stay the course and not panic as the market dives.

Expert faculty and thought leaders from The College spoke with ThinkAdvisor about their takes on the survey results, what it means for those nearing retirement, and how financial advisors can best assist their clients during this time of uncertainty.

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