The Bull Run Is Over: It’s Time To Replace Luck with a Plan

It’s not hard for investors to look good during a bull market, but now comes the real test.

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When the market plummeted on March 9, for the first time since 2008, I was on a beach in North Carolina, watching my 3-year-old chase seagulls.

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Brian Lindberg, Investment Adviser Representative
Investment Adviser Representative, Fitzwilliams Financial

As an Investment Adviser Representative at Fitzwilliams Financial (, Brian Lindberg is passionate about helping clients create financial confidence for retirement. He holds his Virginia life, health and annuities license and has passed the Series 65 securities exam.