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How can retirement savers view the extrememarket volatility and economic uncertainty and still make gooddecisions in hopes of securing the future? Especially given thatthey're working hard to prepare for a time theycan only imagine – their own retirement? Theworld has been turned upside down, but there is still the capacityfor people to make measured and careful decisions and not be swayed by emotion. And formost, there is still time to take action before retirementlooms.

Michele Walthert, Managing Director of Wealthspire Advisors,discussed retirement planning, risk tolerance, strategies forplanning and saving in the "new normal." Wealthspire Advisors is aNew York City-based, independent registered investment advisoryfirm with more than 120 associates serving clients from 11 officesin 7 states.

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C.J. Marwitz

C.J. Marwitz is a writer and editor.