Clients in a state of fear over a market crisis may seem unapproachable when it comes to working with their advisor.
These clients are gripped with anxiety which affects their ability to think clearly and hold a vision that goes beyond the immediate crisis. Many may forgo their advisor's input and decide instead to flee the situation by selling their investments and taking huge losses.
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