Face it; taking care of your responsibilities is good for your physical, emotional and financial health. Markets are volatile right now. The television news is only confusing things. Pundits are everywhere, contradicting themselves with every wild swing of the index. The basic idea is to "Love your family. Take care of your family. Work. Insure. Save. Invest. Plan. Protect. You'll be fine."
There are literally hundreds, if not thousands, of potential disasters out there. Everybody's situation is different. But the key is to safeguard your family. If you've made it this far in this survival guide, the hard part is behind you. Be proud, be brave. You're "manning up." You're securing, sustaining, loving, and protecting. You're finally getting back on target.
Donald F. Carpenter, Jr. author of The Family's Man's Stock Market Volatility Survival Guide makes no bones about it and answers these questions in his interview with Mark Alyn on Late Night Health. His book, The Family Man's Stock Market Volatility Survival Guide: How to Defend Your Family in Any Economy, is intended only for family men...with families that they love, adore, and sacrifice for. And for men who are ready to "man up" to their responsibilities.