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FAPAC 1st Friday Webinar: Surviving Market Swings

  • July 10, 2020
  • 15:00 - 16:00
  • Online webinar

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FedAdvantage and FAPAC present:

Surviving Market Swings

July 10, 2020 at 3:00-4:00 pm EDT


*Registration is required. Zoom meeting information will be sent via email 24 hours prior to the event. Contact pr@fapac.org with questions.

Description: We’ve certainly had our share of market volatility. But the fact remains that economic uncertainty — in the United States and abroad — can spur volatility in the financial markets. And often it’s a case of when and not if it happens.  It’s only natural to be concerned when the market drops. And yet, even during turbulent times, you can more comfortably ride out a financial storm if you’re prepared and have sound financial strategies in place.  Surviving Market Swings is an educational seminar that will focus on: How events have influenced stocks; Factors that influence the economy and the financial markets; Developing a sound financial strategy; Assessing your investment options and much more.

Speaker: Jim De La Torre, President of FedAdvantage - In total he has over 28 years counseling federal employees on financial matters and intricacies of their federal benefits and retirement systems. Jim has conducted federal benefit and financial planning seminars in all 50 states and is an active presenter at federal conferences and professional associations in the area of financial/retirement planning and federal benefits. Jim has appeared on the radio show, “Fed Talk”. Jim is the president of his own firm, FedAdvantage. He holds a Charter Retirement Planning Counselor (CRPC) designation from the College for Financial Planning and is an members of the Financial Planning Association (FPA).


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