- December 07, 2015
Historically, life insurance companies have served as shock absorbers during times of economic stress. In a crisis, some financial institutions such as banks are forced to sell into a dropping market to meet a sudden surge in demand from panicked customers who want access to their cash. But the life insurance doesn’t have the same kind of vulnerability. Life insurance companies have long term relationships with their customer and a long-term outlook on investing.
That’s why MetLife