Seating is limited and reservations are required!
Fairfax Public Library
161 S Gardner Street
Los Angeles, CA 90036
At this NO-COST event:
Learn why women are more vulnerable to market volatility than men
Gain insight into your OWN portfolio, understand your risk “teeter totter” and pinpoint the exact amount your accounts could lose BEFORE IT HAPPENS
Identify warning signs and take a proactive approach to protecting your retirement dollars
Understand why a “diversified” portfolio isn’t always the best portfolio
Receive valuable market outlook for 2019 and beyond
Ensure that the level of risk in your investments is suitable given your retirement income goals
The first 50 attendees will receive a FREE personalized “Mastering Market Volatility” report with action items customized just for you!
Is your portfolio prepared for another market downturn?
What goes up, must come down!
Stop procrastinating, and take action before it's too late!
You worked hard for your money, don’t let it evaporate into thin air because you were too busy to plan!
Learn from your mistakes. You don’t have time to repeat the lessons learned in the 2008 market correction!
MEET THE SPEAKER
CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™
Meagan has worked as a financial advisor for nearly 20 years, and achieved her CFP® marks, which is generally recognized as the highest credential in the financial planning industry. Her primary focus is guiding women to achieve financial peace of mind.
Meagan has successfully designed custom financial plans for hundreds of women, and has considerable experience in wealth accumulation and management, investment and retirement planning, estate planning, education planning, and tax reduction strategies.
Meagan Phelps is a registered representative of and offering securities and advisory services through Madison Avenue Securities, LLC., a Registered Investment Advisor, member FINRA & SIPC. Madison Avenue Securities, LLC is not affiliated with Empress Investment Group. Guarantees and protection benefits mentioned herein are backed by the claims-paying ability and financial strength of the issuer.