Rebalancing our Emotional Portfolios and Remembering Sept. 11

08 Sep 2011

This weekend marks the 10th anniversary of the September 11th destruction of the World Trade Center in New York.

Most of you who are reading this remember exactly where you were when the news of the falling towers hit. It was a day that ripped a hole in all of our emotional portfolios in a way that no crash in the capital markets ever could.

Many of us lost friends, colleagues and loved ones. Some of you lived it real-time and thankfully lived to tell about it.

Instead of reading today, we respectfully cede these moments to you so that you can remember September 11th in your own way.  We join you in looking forward–with strength and courage–to a future filled with hope and promise.


Kristin M. Fox
Managing Editor

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