A fresh round of market volatility last week reminded investors that what goes up inevitably must come down — even if only for a little while. Financial advisors say their clients are reaching out for information but aren't panicking just yet.
We caught up with several financial advisors to get their take on what's keeping individual investors awake at night.
Lydia Sheckels of Wescott Financial Advisory Group said her clients have been worried for a while.
"We've been in this perpetual state of anxiety probably the last 15 years," she said. "Our clients are just bracing for the next crisis, [and] the role of the advisor right now is to give them some ... perspective."