Advisers more concerned about psychological impact of potential shutdown

09/30/2013 | InvestmentNews (free registration)

Financial advisers say they're more concerned about the psychological effects of a potential U.S. government shutdown on nervous investors than on any actual economic fallout. Most say they believe Congress and President Barack Obama will find a way to keep agencies open, but that speculation about the situation is what bothers clients.

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