The stock market bottomed out 10 years ago, marking the height of the Great Recession. WPTV turned to financial professional Patrick Sandner to weigh in on what we’ve learned and what we should consider with our money today.

The Lessons from the Great Recession

1. Dial Down on Risk
2. Consider Your Age
3. Think Long Term
4. Control What You Can

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