There’s a lot of hype in the news about 2023 and the economic turmoil we may be facing. However, another way to think about it is that we actually may be on the path to normalization. This week on Edelman Financial Engines’ Everyday Wealth™, Jean, Soledad, and wealth planner John McCafferty will discuss the economic forces that are impacting all of us right now, and shed some light on why it may not be as ominous as we think. Later in the episode, Christopher Jones, chief investment officer for Edelman Financial Engines, joins the hosts to discuss how EFE factors in market swings when constructing its portfolios – which can help clients through these periods of uncertainty.
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