Brinker Capital polled 226 financial advisers in December, asking them what worries them. Thirteen percent said “a recession,” another 13% said “a terrorist attack,” 15% said “global unrest,” and another 15% said “U.S. economic growth” (I assume they mean anemic growth, not just growth in general).
And with 22%, the number one worry of financial advisers is …. a “Democrat in the White House.”
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