Stewart Richardson wants to keep his clients away from the punch bowl.

Richardson, a comprehensive financial planner with Sun Ray Advisors of Owings Mills, Md., sees “a lot of people getting drunk on the punch of the returns they’ve gotten the past two years from the stock market.” He fears that they “may be feeling overly confident in their pursuit of returns and their willingness to accept risk.”

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