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Don's Monthly Newsletter: TMI - June 2011

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TMI: The world's most ubiquitous acronym.  Your clients need to know that there really is such a thing as too much information.  The more options presented to us, the harder it is to react.  The harder it is to react, the greater the chance of making poor decisions.  It is quite possible to get so caught up in the endless choices that we may not be able to make any decisions at all.  Plus, we all get frustrated, client and Advisor alike, when we know which events are causing the turmoil and we are unable to do anything about it.  Having the right information is one thing.  Having too much information is something entirely different.  Log in to read more...

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