Advisers are increasingly convinced the presidential election will trigger considerable market volatility, especially in the short term, irrespective of the outcome.

“Preparing our clients mentally and taking income-stabilizing precautions for our clients in retirement is a priority now,” one planner said in response to Financial Planning’s latest Retirement Adviser Confidence Index, which asked 320 advisers: “How will the outcome of the U.S. election impact retirement planning, and what actions are you taking now?”

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