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Mar 25, 2020

Robert Frick, corporate economist at Navy Federal Credit Union, says that while the virus economy is a clear and present danger to the financial well-being of average investors -- and while the media has been stoking the fears of how bad the market and economy could be moving forward -- that the biggest threat most investors face right now is their own temperament and the ability to control their emotions and stay calm. He explains how investors need to use behavioral economics to filter out the noise. Also on the show, Jimmy Hausberg from HighTower Advisors talks about how investors should respond to building internal selling pressures, Gerri Detweiler of discusses the new FICO credit-scoring system, and Dan Brady of talks stocks -- and how few of them are worth buying right now -- in the Market Call.