The financial planners at Seattle-based Moss Adams Wealth Advisors knew how to respond to the ongoing European sovereign debt crisis, which included the punishing market dip on Thursday. Largely, they did nothing, and that was alright with their clients.

There was no dumping of equities across the board. They did not pull up stakes and hunker down in cash positions. “We don’t change our allocations based on the markets dropping or increasing,” said Sheryl Rowling, a San Diego-based partner at Moss Adams Wealth Advisors.

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