On Friday, August 12, 2011 Roger Ferguson spoke to National Public Radio’s All Things Considered about the recent turbulence in the market and how investors should strategize for the long term. Ferguson noted that “this is not the time to panic” and that investors should “…absolutely think through what one's risk appetite might be and adjust your asset allocation gradually, probably to something more conservative, but do not give up the chance for some upside potential that comes from having equities as well.”
Click here to listen to Roger Ferguson addresses recent market volatility on National Public Radio .
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