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WorthPointe’s Chief Investment Office, Joshua Wilson, CMT®, AIF®, will speak at the Private Wealth Management Summit on March 15-16, 2018. The summit will take place at the Venetian in Las Vegas, NV. Joshua will be speaking during a session called, Putting Volatility to Work for You: Alternative Ways of Producing Income While Lowering Risk. The panel will discuss:

  • How markets have adapted to traditional diversification methods
  • How a return to normal levels of volatility can hurt portfolios
  • Turning volatility into an asset class
  • Using volatility to lower risk and produce income

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