After some initial volatility on Wall Street the night that Donald Trump won the presidency the markets stabilized on Wednesday. But given Trump's stand on trade and other economic issues, some people remain nervous about their 401ks and other investments.
WBFO's Chris Caya has advice on what investors should do in the wake of the presidential election.
The woman who leads the National Foundation for Credit Counseling, based in Washington, D.C, is in Buffalo Friday to meet with local financial leaders and share what her organization considers a disturbing trend in personal finance.
Listen to WBFO's Michael Mroziak interview Susan C. Keating, president and CEO of the National Foundation for Credit Counseling.
With a syndicated column appearing in over 100 newspapers, Michelle Singletary's unique perspective of personal finance has wide appeal. She'll share that wisdom in Buffalo on October 8th as part of NPR's "Family Matters."