The current working environment “is a huge opportunity to pick up clients, market share and new opportunities moving forward,” said an advisor who is running his practice virtually.
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In light of the recent market and interest rate volatility, it’s important to take a moment and reinforce why annuities are sold in uncertain economic times.
When we think of life insurance, often the first thing that comes to mind is protection. That protection extends to both good and bad markets – and not just death benefits, but living benefits, too. Given the recent headlines, here are some talking points you can share with clients.
Wealthy investors are concerned about COVID-19 and its short-term impact on markets yet remain optimistic about the long term economic outlook.