Don’t Call it a (Financial) Comeback

The New York Times created an interactive calculator to determine the length of time it may take for your portfolio to recover. Given the sideways movement of the market, it may feel as if it’s taking longer than normal. But with the right choices giving you the returns that you need plus steady contributions, you may get back in fighting shape in no time.











If you need help in determining how to rebuild your portfolio, consider speaking with an advisor that you know and trust.

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