Some say Coronavirus will bankrupt more people than it will kill. Fiduciary and financial expert, James Di Virgilio says using the Human Behavior Investment Portfolio strategy is wise during this time to guide your financial decisions.
Di Virgilio’s large fiduciary trader firm moved $80 million out of the market before the crash into US treasury bonds, on Feb. 27, based on the human behavior investment strategy. Trading based on human behavior is a relatively new strategy that uses human behavior as a filter grounded in research that shows most people act irrationally especially in times of panic, like what we are experiencing right now with the Coronavirus. He can help in understanding the best ways to respond to the stock market crash and what you can do about it now.
He says not looking at your investments for the next three years, and hoping the market turns around, is a mistake. James Di Virgilio, CIMA®, CFP®, is one of the country’s leading fiduciary investors and financial planners. He is the co-founder of Chacon Diaz & Di Virgilio Wealth Management, a fiduciary firm that serves as legal guardians in financial matters for their clients, a claim that less than 15 percent of financial firms can make.
Di Virgilio is a certified Investment Management Analyst®, a certification that only 2 percent of investors earn, having completed the education program at The Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. Additionally, he is a Certified Financial PlannerTM, CFP®, a level of training that only 20 percent of financial planners obtain. Di Virgilio is ranked among the industry elite by having acquired both the CIMA® and the CFP®, which only 1 percent hold.
Since graduating cum laude in 2004, Di Virgilio was named a Gator 100 Honoree for one of the fastest growing companies founded by a University of Florida Alum. He also holds a master’s degree in management from the University of Florida.
He can be reached at (888)392-8007.
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