In times of market uncertainty, communication is key to preserve your relationships.
We understand the disruption of COVID-19 pandemic and the dramatic market downturn have increased communication needs with your clients and prospects. To better assist you with addressing concerns, we provide the following communication pieces for your use in discussing today’s sensitive market. You may also access the following items via LEADERSlink, under the Libraries tab. Please subscribe to the library to stay updated with new content as it is released.
Economic Updates (from the weekly Economic & Marketing Update email)
Please feel free to customize and distribute the attached Weekly Economic Update to your clients. This is a new client communication piece that we will provide weekly via email, as well as post in LEADERSlink library titled Economic Updates.
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Client Letters (customizable form letters)
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Great Big Story presents ideas on how to be helpful to your community and others during the COVID-19 crisis.
CNBC looks into how COVID-19 relief might affect your retirement.
CNBC takes a look at maintaining retirement income during periods of low interest rates.
Despite an emergency Fed rate cut, coronavirus volatility continues.
The Federal Reserve will offer $1 trillion to fund short-term borrowing for businesses.
USA Today examines the continued coronavirus market volatility.
The Stock Market Now Has Another Risk ‘Bubbling Up’, Strategist Warn.
Tips for Clients
COVID-19 Communication Tips
How COVID-19 is Driving New Financial Planning Business
Many investors who have lost money during the pandemic are seeking out financial advice for the first time.
Talking Points to Help clients Navigate Market Volatility
When it comes to the coronavirus pandemic’s effects on markets, clients aren’t the only ones with questions. As financial advisors, we need to know the best ways to help them achieve cleareyed, long-term mindsets regarding their portfolios — and reassure them that we are actively on the case in protecting and advancing their best interests.
Here’s What Advisors Are Doing to Help Clients — And Themselves — Amid Coronavirus Volatility
Five members of the CNBC Financial Advisor Council share what they’re telling clients, whether they’re helping them reallocate and how the downturn is impacting their own fortunes.