With election season upon us, many Americans are anticipating what’s to come from the 2020 presidential election — and what the election and its resulting presidency could mean for the markets.
In this episode, join Peter Raskin as he debunks the common belief that markets are influenced by politicians and their policies. Peter breaks down ten reasons why there isn’t any correlation between markets and politics and shares what you should keep in mind when managing your investments through this election.
In this episode, you will learn:
- Why neither party can claim superior economic market performance
- Why you shouldn’t confuse partisan politics with market analysis
- Reasons why investors are better off staying fully invested
- Why predictions are irrelevant tools for politics and the market
- And more!
Tune in now as Peter highlights the importance of planning your financial future no matter who the president is or which party controls Congress!
Resources: Raskin Planning Group | Resources | Peter Raskin | 10 Truths About Presidential Elections and the Stock Market
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