If you haven’t heard, there’s a deadly new insect that hunts bees, decapitates them, and then feeds the headless bodies to their young. Lovely, right? (Hope you’re not eating lunch!)
They’re called Asian Giant Hornets (aka murder hornets) and they’re already starting to show up in the Pacific Northwest.
These aren’t your average hornets. They’re two inches long and their stinger is about a quarter-inch — strong enough to pierce a beekeeper’s suit. These insects are worrying a lot of people, especially beekeepers. Murder hornets can destroy a honeybee colony fast.
What will 2020 throw at us next?
Maybe you’re feeling it, too. You may be ready to completely bail out of the market no matter what. In that case, we have a cure.
We know how to diminish risk so you can rest a bit easier at night.
If that sounds better than staying up wondering if some hornet is going to ruin your upcoming barbecue, give us a call. We’ll look at your portfolio and give you a detailed plan on making the most of your retirement.
You don’t have to go it alone when making the tough decisions. At Money & Clarity, we’re here to listen to your concerns and talk about the best options for your needs. We’ve been known to “see around the corners” and find potential financial obstacles.
If you’d like more ideas on building your wealth, give us a call at 513-563-PLAN (7526) or book online. We’ll make sure your retirement fund isn’t “stung” by overlooked developments. Bee safe… not sorry (couldn’t resist)!
Nikki Earley, CFP® & Dan Cuprill, CFP®
P.S. Tomorrow I’ll tackle why change doesn’t have to be such a bother. And a key question to ask your financial advisor.
P.P.S. To learn the steps you can take to protect and even capitalize on recent investment volatility in light of COVID-19, check out my webinar.