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Pre-liquidity Planning

It has been 18 months since the collapse of Lehman Brothers and just over a year since the stock market touched its lows. Although the stock market has recovered a portion of the decline, values across most asset categories remain at significantly reduced levels when compared to pre-recession values. Despite the recent rally, uncertainty exists with respect to the strength of the recovery, both domestically

It has been 18 months since the collapse of Lehman Brothers and just over a year since the stock market touched its lows. Although the stock market has recovered a portion of the decline, values across most asset categories remain at significantly reduced levels when compared to pre-recession values. Despite the recent rally, uncertainty exists with respect to the strength of the recovery, both domestically and abroad. The unemployment rate remains high and the effect of the large federal

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