What You Should Know About Investing in Presidential Election Years

During presidential election years, we ask ourselves,

“What effect will the process and result of electing a new president have on our investment portfolios?”

With this year’s presidential contest inching ever nearer, and with the national conventions held by both major political parties now over, Joe Delaney examines four myths about market behavior in election years.

I have provided a link to his article below and encourage you to read it to learn more about the effect the process and the result that electing a new president will have on our investment portfolios:

Four Myths About Investing in Presidential Election Years

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  1. […] because it shares a message I agree with: In the current political climate or in any other, market-timing is always a dangerous idea. As the author says: “Letting one’s political opinions shape investing decisions is a good way […]

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