It’s not news to any of us that in times of fear and stress, whether experienced on a very personal level or on a larger social scale, it is the more primitive parts of the brain that often drive behavior, while the more rational, more logical parts, well, not so much. With all of the economic turmoil and uncertainty of the past few years and especially with most recent market volatility of the past weeks, some may be finding that their primitive brains are more available to them than their more thoughtful, logical brains. Click the link below for some ideas on some smart actions you can take when you're feeling concerned about finances.
Nancy Fellinger, CFP®, CRPC® Wellspring Financial Advisory Partners with Coburn & Meredith, Inc. is located at 1 Old Mill Lane in Simsbury. I can be reached directly at 860-784-2605
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