Is an All Cash Emergency Fund Strategy Appropriate for All Investors?

Josh Frankel, Ferguson/Wellman Posted by Josh Frankel, CRPC Senior Vice President, West Bearing Investments

Typically, financial advisers have recommended to clients that three to six months of cash in a rainy day fund is a good strategy to be prepared for unforeseen expenses and emergencies. This comprehensive report from the Journal of Financial Planning suggests that there may be an opportunity cost associated with too much cash. Click here for the full story.

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