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Uncharted Waters: Navigating Stock Market Volatility in a Coronavirus World.


Featuring Jennifer Louth,

Investment Learning Consultant with the Franklin Templeton Learning Academy

If you’re concerned about your investments right now, you’re not alone. Financial markets volatility can create unease and uncertainty. 

The San Mateo Public Library in conjunction with Franklin Templeton invite you to attend a 45-minute educational webinar to give you greater clarity in uncertain times. 

By the end of this short course, you will be able to:

• Understand today’s markets in historical context and perspective.

• Recognize how emotions affect decision-making.

• Identify three strategies to help live with market volatility.

Did you know the San Mateo Public Library has the largest collection of business reference and information materials on the Peninsula? The Franklin Templeton Business Resource Center offers a wealth of free information and research services for small business owners, job seekers & individual investors with many of these resources are available online:

  • A to Z Databases

  • Business Source Complete

  • Director of Business Information Resources

  • Financial Rating Series Online

  • Skillsoft Library

  • Morningstar

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April 23 is this year's Library Giving Day. City Librarian James Moore recorded a special message about e-Library services and how you can support them. To make your donation, visit the e-Library Supplemental Services Fund today.

Thank you for your support!

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Many of you are taking the opportunity during the statewide shelter in place to do some organizing and bookshelf weeding. You may also be planning to donate some of your books and media to the Friends Book Sale. Since the library is closed, the Friends are not able to accept these donations right now. Kindly hold on to these materials and then contact the Friends, once the library is back open, to make arrangements for your items to be received.

Please do not leave materials outside of the branches or put them in the book return bins! :(

Thanks and please stay safe.

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