The stock market is extremely volatile, the value of a dollar is dropping rapidly and consumer confidence that the economy will be better in a year is very low. Even with all the challenges in today’s economy, investment experts want their customers to know there are ways investors at all levels can protect their finances and weather the storm.

Jeffrey W. Kimball, a financial advisor with Northwestern Mutual in Watertown, has some simple advice he gives his clients when the market gets tough.

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