2020 US Presidential Election - 10 Truths No Matter Who Wins
Thank you to everyone who was able to attend our webinar "2020 US Presidential Election - 10 Truths No Matter Who Wins". If you were unable to join or if you are interested in the webinar materials, we have included them on this page
Topic : 2020 US Presidential Election – 10 Truths No Matter Who Wins
The momentous events of the past few months have upended the traditional cadence of an American presidential election year however the 2020 campaigns and elections will still go on. While the election will have a significant impact on the country, we want to provide some caution from drawing too many links between who is occupying the white house and the performance of the stock market.
“10 Truths No Matter Who Wins” shares historical perspective and provides data on the impact of politics on investing.
- Common misperceptions about presidential politics and the economy
- Market performance and approval ratings
- How the impact of signature legislative accomplishments isn’t always as expected
Below is a link to the presentation along with links to 4 blog posts that cover some of the most frequently asked questions. We hope you find this information helpful.
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